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22 06, 2012

Oroville Landlocked Coho In Full Swing

2018-04-18T19:08:43-07:00

By Chris Shaffer | 06/22/2012 At the time I couldn’t have been more bored. We’d trolled for nearly two hours for Coho without a strike. Surrounded by a dozen boats and trolling under the Highway 162 Bridge that extends across Northern California’s Lake Oroville I put my Blackberry down, walked over to Rick Kennedy and [...]

Oroville Landlocked Coho In Full Swing2018-04-18T19:08:43-07:00
21 06, 2012

Tillamook Summer Salmon Season About To Kick Off

2018-04-18T19:08:43-07:00

By Pat Abel | 06/21/2012 There’s always good fishing available in the Tillamook area. What I like about this time of year, however, is that we have a phenomenal salmon fishery, yet it remains quiet. After springer season in Portland anglers give up for a while, but here in Tillamook we’ll see a stable run [...]

Tillamook Summer Salmon Season About To Kick Off2018-04-18T19:08:43-07:00
19 06, 2012

Lake Ontario Kings Grabbing Fire Brined Baits

2018-04-18T19:08:44-07:00

By Josh Choronzey | 06/19/2012 There’s something cool about working biceps on massive summer Chinooks on Lake Ontario with Toronto’s greatest landmark, the CN tower, in the backdrop. I absolutely love downrigging the Great Lakes for salmon. Who wouldn’t? However, the Great Lakes offshore salmon game is becoming a technical fishery. I recall plenty of [...]

Lake Ontario Kings Grabbing Fire Brined Baits2018-04-18T19:08:44-07:00
18 06, 2012

Kokanee Special: Curing Your Own Corn

2018-04-18T19:08:44-07:00

By Rick Kennedy | 06/18/2012 For more than 15 years I’ve been guiding for kokanee in California and while a few things have changed when it comes to terminal tackle, one thing hasn’t; we all tip our baits with corn. When I first started everybody made their own corn. And, some still do. It’s always [...]

Kokanee Special: Curing Your Own Corn2018-04-18T19:08:44-07:00