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Brown Trout

21 12, 2018

Niagara River Kicking Out Big Browns

2018-12-21T15:52:25-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer After the first two drifts Ted Kessler looked worried. His energy level fell from excited to perplexed. Following a month of world-class brown trout fishing, Kessler expected the Niagara River browns to bite on our first drift. They didn’t. Unfortunately, they didn’t on our second drift, either. “I’m not marking anything,” Kessler, [...]

Niagara River Kicking Out Big Browns2018-12-21T15:52:25-07:00
31 10, 2018

Guide Shares Tips To Catch Great Lakes Trout/Steelhead

2018-10-31T22:09:44-07:00

By: Andy Bliss In November in the Great Lakes there’s one common denominator when it comes to tributary fishing; and that’s millions of salmon eggs are available for trout to gorge on. This is something that occurs in every corner of the region. Salmon spawn and trout migrate into creeks and rivers to play Hungry [...]

Guide Shares Tips To Catch Great Lakes Trout/Steelhead2018-10-31T22:09:44-07:00
29 10, 2018

Western New York Streams Loaded with Trout/Salmon

2018-10-29T17:34:27-07:00

By: Isaac Zettle Western New York is in the heart of another strong salmon return and fresh fish continue to migrate into these tributaries daily. We have also been seeing brown trout and steelhead for a few weeks now. Personally, I think the trout are early this fall. I just got back from another successful [...]

Western New York Streams Loaded with Trout/Salmon2018-10-29T17:34:27-07:00
27 03, 2018

Shasta Browns On the Prowl

2018-04-18T18:56:17-07:00

By: Jeff Goodwin Last season high water and too much debris kept us from trolling Lake Shasta for brown trout. Fortunately, a mild winter and great water conditions have paved the road to success this year. It’s been an excellent winter trolling season and all indications point to an equally impressive spring filled with catching [...]

Shasta Browns On the Prowl2018-04-18T18:56:17-07:00
20 02, 2018

Steelies & Browns On Tap in Southeast Wisconsin

2018-04-18T18:56:27-07:00

By: Kyle Deavers In Southeast Wisconsin this has been one of the better ice fishing seasons we’ve had catching brown trout in many years. Recently some steelhead have started to show too. With this week’s heavy rainfall more fresh steelhead are likely to arrive. We haven’t caught as many steelhead this winter as we are [...]

Steelies & Browns On Tap in Southeast Wisconsin2018-04-18T18:56:27-07:00
12 02, 2018

Big Milwaukee Browns Showing Through the Ice

2018-04-18T18:56:31-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer I was prepared to wait. Wait for hours. That’s hours standing on 12 inches of ice and in single digit temperatures while watching our 12 Automatic Fisherman’s waiting for one to spring up. It was almost 6:50 am and the sun hadn’t beamed against the Milwaukee skyline yet. Meanwhile, five minutes passed [...]

Big Milwaukee Browns Showing Through the Ice2018-04-18T18:56:31-07:00
17 01, 2018

Browns Showing For Wisconsin Ice Anglers

2018-04-18T18:56:42-07:00

By: Kyle Deavers Despite low numbers of stocking brown trout by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in recent years we’ve had a surprisingly good first half of our ice fishing season. In fact, I’m shocked with the number of brown trout and large browns we’ve caught already this season. We’re averaging one brown bigger [...]

Browns Showing For Wisconsin Ice Anglers2018-04-18T18:56:42-07:00
21 02, 2017

Southeast Wisconsin Poised For Solid Steelhead Action

2018-04-18T18:59:08-07:00

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 [...]

Southeast Wisconsin Poised For Solid Steelhead Action2018-04-18T18:59:08-07:00
8 11, 2016

A How-To Guide: Curing Brown Trout Eggs

2018-04-18T18:59:30-07:00

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 [...]

A How-To Guide: Curing Brown Trout Eggs2018-04-18T18:59:30-07:00
14 06, 2016

Youghiogheny River Trout Showing In Summer Heat

2018-04-18T19:01:21-07:00

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 [...]

Youghiogheny River Trout Showing In Summer Heat2018-04-18T19:01:21-07:00
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