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Monthly Archives: July 2012

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A Hot Salmon Cure – From The Alaskan Bush

By | 07/31/2012 Everyone is looking for the ultimate salmon cure. However, I believe there’s a time and place for several different ultimate cures. There’s no one egg cure that applies to every type of technique/water you are going to fish. Whether back-trolling divers and bait or dragging eggs downriver, I wouldn’t use the same [...]

Epic Salmon Bite On Lake Michigan

By Kyle Buck | 07/29/2012 In my guiding tenure multiple hookups have been common trolling Lake Michigan. Historically, however, hooking five salmon simultaneously occurred only once a year. Meanwhile, this season it has already happened more than a dozen times and our best days are still ahead of us. After nearly a decade charter fishing [...]

Pautzke Nectar Infuses Salmon Plugs…And Increases Strikes

By Scott Feist | 07/22/2012 In Northern California most anglers and guides wrap their Flat Fish and Kwikfish with sardines or crawdad fillets. This has been standard for longer than I’ve been fishing. However, few guides go beyond this. On the other hand, I’ve learned to not get complacent in my techniques. It’s important to [...]

Fire Brine/Nectar Teaches Old Dog New Tricks in Western NY

By Chris Shaffer | 07/21/2012 Roughly a year ago I stood in the cabin of Jerry Felluca’s boat, three miles offshore of Sandy Point, NY, and was mesmerized by the number of spoons he hoarded.  Trolling for Lake Ontario’s kings, steelhead, Atlantics and browns, we didn’t deviate from hardware all day. This was tough to [...]