Monthly Archives: November 2017

Crappie Showing Now On Alabama’s Lake Martin

By: Chris Shaffer Sitting in the Huddle House in Alexandria City, Alabama, at 5:47 a.m. on Monday Eric Cagle of C&M Guide Service called me to ask where we were. We were supposed to meet him at the boat ramp on Lake Martin at six sharp. He was getting restless. The crappie were biting at [...]

Crappie Showing Now On Alabama’s Lake Martin2018-04-18T18:56:46+00:00

The Southern Ontario Fall/Winter Steelhead Preview

By: Bojan Zivkovic This fall the majority Southern Ontario anglers noticed a later start to the salmon and steelhead season. Chinook ran in bigger numbers in October and many have been hanging around until now. Steelhead action didn’t pick up until mid October once water temperatures cooled. The runs are reminiscent of how runs were [...]

The Southern Ontario Fall/Winter Steelhead Preview2018-04-18T18:56:47+00:00

Arkansas River Trout On the Fall Feed

By: Dustin Slinker Fall in Southern Colorado spells opportunity to catch lots of trout in prime waters. After spending several days on the Arkansas River in Pueblo, lower flows mixed with dirty water did not make for the best fishing conditions. That didn’t stop us from catching some beautiful trout while filming Pautzke Outdoors here. [...]

Arkansas River Trout On the Fall Feed2018-04-18T18:56:50+00:00

Vancouver and Fraser Valley Fall Salmon Update

By Rodney Hsu Due to the abundance of salmon returning to the Lower Fraser River fall is the most exciting season for Vancouver and Fraser Valley anglers. Not only are there different river systems to choose from within an hour drive from your residence the chance of catching fish is high. Several main systems in the [...]

Vancouver and Fraser Valley Fall Salmon Update2018-04-18T18:56:52+00:00

Downtown Sacramento Salmon Update

By: Troy Barr Salmon are in the Metro Sacramento area now and I’m expecting them to remain in the system through November. October and November and prime months in this area. These salmon are migrating through toward their spawning grounds, which could be on the Feather, American, Yuba and further up on the Sacramento River. [...]

Downtown Sacramento Salmon Update2018-04-18T18:56:53+00:00

Trout Stocked In New Mexico’s Middle Red River

By: Chris Shaffer Cooler days, cold nights, less fishing pressure and lower water levels are inviting Northern New Mexico anglers to fish the region’s lakes, rivers and creeks. The Red River is always popular yet the middle section behind Eagle Rock Lake tends to be overshadowed by the Lower Red below the hatchery and the [...]

Trout Stocked In New Mexico’s Middle Red River2018-04-18T18:56:54+00:00

5 Tips for Perfect Fall Chinook Eggs

By Andy Martin Fall salmon seasons are about to hit their peaks in the coastal rivers from Washington to Northern California, and that means back-bouncing roe or floating a gob of salmon eggs below a bobber will be the go-to methods for many anglers to catch big kings. Feeling a big salmon crunch a cluster [...]

5 Tips for Perfect Fall Chinook Eggs2018-04-18T18:56:56+00:00

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