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Fewer Bites, But Larger Fish on Bama’s Lake Jordan

By: Eric Cagle A colder and wetter winter has altered our normal patterns on Lake Jordan. It’s kind of one of those years where some days we cant find the crappie. However, the fish that we are catching are huge. By huge I’m talking about catching four-to-six fish over two pounds per trip. We’re catching [...]

Fewer Bites, But Larger Fish on Bama’s Lake Jordan2019-01-17T12:05:13+00:00

Northwest Ontario Ice Good for Walleye & Trout

By: Tom Armstrong Cold temperatures and major snowfalls have winter in full force in Northwestern Ontario. As our lakes frozen early the region is covered in a layer of snow and ice. In fact, some anglers were drilling holes as early as November! Almost all area lakes are fishable through the ice. Many are even [...]

Northwest Ontario Ice Good for Walleye & Trout2019-01-10T15:08:36+00:00

Niagara River Kicking Out Big Browns

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+00:00

Alabama River Crappie Getting Aggressive

By: Eric Cagle Fall fishing on the Alabama River can be the most productive time of the year for big crappie. It’s common to catch fish up to two pounds and even larger this time of year. In recent weeks the recipe for success has happened. Basically, water temperatures on the Alabama River and its [...]

Alabama River Crappie Getting Aggressive2018-11-11T18:16:33+00:00

Try This Bait: Catch More Trout, Salmon & Steelhead

By: Mike Ainsworth When our rivers were low and clear, and the fish had lockjaw a few weeks ago I had to adjust my techniques to get bites. This was during a time when salmon were being stubborn and weren’t reacting to traditional techniques and baits. To attempt to lure salmon into feeding I started [...]

Try This Bait: Catch More Trout, Salmon & Steelhead2018-11-06T17:54:29+00:00

Pro Reveals How to Get Perfectly Colored Skein

By: Kyle Deavers Most people know for the last several years I’ve been mixing BorX O Fire and Fire Cure to achieve the perfect egg for floating fishing for salmon. I still use that cure daily. However, toward the end of last season I started to use BorX O Fire and Fire Dye on my [...]

Pro Reveals How to Get Perfectly Colored Skein2018-10-17T22:54:28+00:00

Learn to Make The Perfect Side Drifting Egg

By: Jason Thatcher Not every curing method is the right one for every fishing application. This holds especially true when pursuing king salmon in-river. Is a hover-fishing bait or tidewater bobber bait ideal for side drifting and boondogging or vice versa? No, not really. To maximize bait’s effectiveness successful anglers tailor their bait to a [...]

Learn to Make The Perfect Side Drifting Egg2018-10-16T16:28:11+00:00

Learn to Make Durable Bait: For Bobber & Egg Fishing

By: Big Duane Inglin It’s salmon season on the West Coast and many anglers will be using a bobber and eggs to catch fish. Properly cured and well-scented eggs can entice even the most finicky of biters. In this blog I’m going to focus on how to cure the perfect piece of roe for bobber [...]

Learn to Make Durable Bait: For Bobber & Egg Fishing2018-10-12T09:28:06+00:00

Georgia’s Lake Blackshear Hot for Fall Crappie

By: Scott Williams Fall is one of the best seasons to fish for crappie at Lake Blackshear. Crowds are down, the fish are getting bigger, crappie are structure oriented and the bite is exploding. There is some giant crappie being caught right now. When I say giants I’m referring 1.25 to 1.75 pound fish. October [...]

Georgia’s Lake Blackshear Hot for Fall Crappie2018-10-05T14:07:39+00:00

How to Make Perfect Bait For Coastal Oregon Salmon

By: Kyle Buschelman The Buoy 10 madness has passed. Many of us Oregon guides now migrate back to our home coastal estuaries to intercept Chinook and coho. This is my favorite time of year. Meanwhile, due to the Internet and social media competition is real in all of our fisheries. I need to an ace in [...]

How to Make Perfect Bait For Coastal Oregon Salmon2018-09-05T20:15:35+00:00

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