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Southeast Wisconsin Poised For Solid Steelhead Action

By: Kyle Deavers Back in January we were dealing with record high runoff in Southeast Wisconsin. With that said, all our snow melted before February arrived. Therefore, currently our rivers are low and clear and there’s no snow on the ground. In order for steelhead to be spread throughout our systems we have to hope [...]

A How-To Guide: Curing Brown Trout Eggs

By: Andy Bliss This time of year obtaining brown trout eggs is common in the Great Lakes. When I get brown trout eggs I prefer loose, mature brown trout eggs, not skeined eggs like we fish for salmon in the fall. I prefer loose eggs because they are tougher eggs, less messy and easier to [...]

Youghiogheny River Trout Showing In Summer Heat

By: Joey Usher For the most part trout fishing has grinded to a halt in Southwest Pennsylvania. On the other hand, the Youghiogheny River is still standing tall and will remain a quality trout fishery for the rest of the year. In fact, the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission is still stocking trout here and [...]

Vibrant Wild Browns Available in New Mexico High Country

By: Chris Shaffer Two weeks ago we planned a trip to film in Northern New Mexico. And, while the trip was only to last three days Mother Nature didn’t seem to want us to fish. Unfortunately, horrid weather greeted us. With winds in excess of 50mph, other than a two-hour stint at Monastery Lake and [...]

Tennessee’s South Holston River Producing Nice Trout

By: Chris Shaffer The South Holston River is one of the premier trout fisheries in the Southeast. On the other hand, to tackle it best timing is imperative. A rigorous generation schedule has the river yo-yoing daily. If you’re a bank angler timing a visit when they aren’t generating is imperative. Drift boaters seek the [...]

Learn To Fish Brined & Colored Minnows: For Trout & Steelhead

By: Kyle McClelland Similar to women steelhead and trout are indecisive. And, also like women, when you think you have them figured out their habits change, putting you in a humble state. This is why targeting winter steelhead and trout has become such a big passion of mine. Meanwhile, every avid steelheader knows how vital [...]

Fall Like Weather Greeting Wisconsin Steelhead & Brown Trout Anglers

By: Kyle Deavers The last two years we were ice fishing our harbors and the lower part of the rivers during Christmas season along the Wisconsin shoreline. This winter, however, we’ve been fishing in warmer weather than we are used to. There’s no ice around and we aren’t expecting ice to form anytime in the [...]

Multiple Species Available on Southeast Wisconsin Shoreline

By Kyle Deavers I’ve been fishing daily on the west shore of Lake Michigan since April and fortunately the trolling bite has improved this year from last year. We’ve had a very good Coho bite because the bait is staying in Southeast Wisconsin. We have a very good lake trout population on this part of [...]