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Monthly Archives: March 2012

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Tips To Float Fishing For Steelhead

By | 03/20/2012 There’s many different ways to catch steelhead. However, I prefer fishing under a float. Steelhead are aggressive at times, but can also be stubborn. Personally, I take into account river flows when deciding which technique to use. There are many reasons I choose float fishing as my method of choice, but most [...]

Bait Recharge: Fire Brine boosts old eggs

By Nick Petosa | 03/25/2012 One rainy evening I was hanging out in my garage and getting my fishing gear ready for the next morning's trip. I had four containers of eggs left over from fishing earlier in the day and I decided to use them for tomorrow. The eggs were pre-cut and cured in [...]

A Go-To Water Brine For Salmon/Steelhead Eggs

By Bob Kratzer | 03/24/2012 As a full-time steelhead and salmon guide, I’m always looking for the best egg cure to catch these species, but also the easiest way to cure the large amount of eggs I go through. I use many different recipes. Some are powder cures, water brines and even others, but lately [...]

Pautzke Egg Recharge

By Nick Petosa | 03/23/2012 One rainy evening I was hanging out in my garage and getting my fishing gear ready for the next mornings trip. I had 4 containers of eggs left over from fishing earlier in the day and I decided to use them for tomorrow. The eggs were pre-cut and cured in [...]

Pautzke TV Overcomes Mother Nature – and a Few Extra Hours of Sleep on the International Border

By Chris Shaffer | 03/19/2012 Lewiston, NY - Frank Campbell calls me special. In fact, since we first met on a cold, windy, icy, miserable Tuesday morning in February of 2008, Campbell is confident that I’m one of the selected few that can shut down a bite with my presence – no matter how good [...]

Brining Steelhead Eggs The Great Lakes Way

By Josh Choronzey | 03/17/2012 Since early November my kitchen has looked more like the “Cure Center.” Jars of egg cure line the counter, mason jars and Ziplocs take up considerable space in the fridge and fortunately, my Labrador puppy continues to show no signs of illness from licking the residual cure off my floor. [...]