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Evening Secret Blog – Fishing In Alaska – A Dream Come True

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Fishing in Alaska is a dream come true for many an angler. The air and environment is clear and beautiful. The water is sparkling and what lies in that water is what has hundreds of people flocking to the state for the best fishing of their life. It is not unheard of to land a 35 pound King Salmon here and you will be amazed at the fish that are teaming in the waters.
In fact, you can catch that king salmon at up to weights of 50 pounds! You’ll also find huge fish including halibut, northern pik…


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June 30, 2010 at 6:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Bass Fishing On Tranquil Canadian Shores

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Canada boasts with some of the world’s finest fishing grounds. When the summer season kicks off in early March, many anglers make their way to the Canadian fishing territories. Vancouver Island is particularly popular amongst anglers looking to catch Feeder Chinooks, Halibut, Ucelet, King Salmon, and Bass
In recent years Bass fishing has become one of the most popular fishing sports. The bass family, together with Striped, Largemouth, Smallmouth, Spotted, Black, and White, serve to start countle…


Minnesota DNR Conservation Officer Reports – Duluth News Tribune

Minnesota DNR Conservation Officer Reports
Duluth News Tribune
A fairly good walleye bite produced over limit and illegal length walleye violations. He also took enforcement action on providing alcohol to minors and

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NJ 2009 Skillful Anglers Awards — Press release from Division of Fish & Wildlife – The Star-Ledger – NJ.com (blog)

NJ 2009 Skillful Anglers Awards — Press release from Division of Fish & Wildlife
The Star-Ledger – NJ.com (blog)
Walleye – 10 lbs, 0 oz. caught by Jacek Dziduch of Woodside on December 19. Jacek was fishing a boat on Lake Hopatcong at Nolans Point when he landed the

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June 29, 2010 at 1:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Have You Tried Trout Fishing In Arkansas?

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To me, baseball is not the great American pastime, fishing is. I was raised on Arkansas trout fishing, and my son has been raised on it as well. Trout fishing in Arkansas is one of the most popular ways to spend time. You see, things move a little bit slower down there. I do not want you to think that we are all rednecks. Yes friends, we have electricity, plumbing, high-tech industry, and some of the greatest cities in the world. In Arkansas, however, unlike in much of the rest of America,…


Catching Catfish with Setlines in the Spring
An easy way to catch catfish in the spring is on a setline and every year about this time I start to get the itch. I don’t know exactly what causes it. No I don’t mean a physical itch. It’s something that triggers a sensation inside my inner most being.

Roy Lake Field Report
Summertime is finally here. For many folks, summertime means a well earned vacation. An escape if you will, from the common drudgery and hum drum of the 9 to 5 world we all get caught up in. You’ve dreamt about it all year long. So let me ask you this…shouldn’t that vacation you’ve been yearning for be memorable?

Get Your Boat Ready for Fishing in 10 Steps
Is your boat ready for fishing season? Here are 10 steps to check off before you hook your boat up to the hitch.

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June 29, 2010 at 12:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Salmon Fishing in Maine

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You may have known or gone to a lot of places known for salmon fishing just to pursue your favorite pastime, but have you even tried salon fishing in Maine? Well, you better try it some time, especially if you are looking for another level of salmon fishing adventure. Whether you go for trolling, spin-casting, or fly flying, you are sure to experience a great salmon fishing in Maine at East Grand Lake.East Grand Lake is 22-mile long that has a lot to offer when it comes to fishing activities as …


Crappie Facts
what is a crappies natural habitat Crappie are a migratory school fish, that are most at home in large lakes, rivers, and reservoirs where they have lots of room to roam. Schools of crappie can cover several miles a day when on the move. Their movements are seasonal, and they will use the same migration […]

BulletBobbers Catch Fish When Nothing Else Does
BulletBobbers are small planer boards that slide on your line and flip direction and/or color when given a tug. They reduce the amount of casts between catches which gives your lure more time in the water–one important key to catching more fish.

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June 28, 2010 at 6:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Deep Sea Fishing For Cod In Maine

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Few anglers can resist the opportunity to fight and land a trophy fish, which is why deep sea fishing in Maine continues to be so popular throughout the fishing season. Though Maine?s many waterways are home to a considerable number of larger species, few compare to the cod which can be found just a few miles off the coast. With that in mind, thousands of anglers take to the seas between July and September on their own boats or chartered trips in search of that once in a lifetime catch. Whether …


Sabiki Rigs
I am trying to find information, or a picture, or a supplier of a sabiki ring. I know what a sabiki rig is, but these sabiki rings are different. I guess they are a steel loop that you drop in the water from a rod. the bait goes in, gets caught in the rings, and […]

Shore Fishing the Florida Keys
Dan hi I am from the state of Iowa my wife and I are going to the gulf april 20 -24 to fish we have gone a couple of times on head boats with no luck at all. So we whant to try some pier,surf,bridge fishing this time where should we go? We went to […]

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June 27, 2010 at 4:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Salmon Fishing Tip: Make Your Own Salmon Bait

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There are times when you just can?t find any suitable bait for salmon fishing. I?ve looked at some of the dried vacuum packed salmon eggs at sporting goods stores but frankly I think you may just be wasting your money trying to catch a salmon using that so called bait.The following is a recipe for tuna balls that really makes good salmon bait. I?ve caught fall salmon using tuna balls fished below bobbers in tidewaters. Also up river after fishing a hole for 15 to 20 minutes, I have switched to t…


Dakota recreation report for June 25, 2010 – Jamestown Sun

Dakota recreation report for June 25, 2010
Jamestown Sun
Missouri River remains OK for walleye from the cable crossing down river. Lake Sakakawea remains slow. Coal Mine Lake, Anamoose: Slow with light fishing

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Northern Wisconsin region suffering long dry spell – USA Today


USA Today

Northern Wisconsin region suffering long dry spell
USA Today
Walleye are finicky about where they spawn, and changes in some lakes have reduced their population, he says. His work as a fishing guide is altered, too.

Hunting + fishing – The Spokesman Review

Hunting + fishing
The Spokesman Review
Walleye and bass fishing on Potholes Reservoir in Grant County has been good. Walleye are dispersing in the main lake. Troll slowly with a bottom bouncer
WDFW Weekender Report – Fishing for The FourthNewstalk 1450 KBKW
Salmon fishing, crabbing light up for the Fourth of July weekendAccess Washington
WDFW Weekender Report – Fishing for The FourthNewstalk 1450 KBKW

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June 25, 2010 at 9:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Changing Pace – Striped Bass Fishing

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Striped bass, the targets of striped bass fishing, which are often referred to by the more common name of ?stripers,? are one of the most popular types of fish among fishermen, especially among bass anglers. Striped bass are unique compared to their freshwater brethren in that striped bass breed in fresh water, but somewhat like salmon they spend the adult part of their lives in salt water. Despite this, if the environment changes in such a way as they can not reach salt water, they still have…


What secrets do you have for white bass fishing in Texas?
What secrets do you have for white bass fishing in Texas? White bass are the rarest of the bass species in the United States and so are very popular when it comes to choosing bass fishing areas when people head to Texas. However, because the populations of white bass are smaller than largemouth or […]

Saltwater Bait Fish
What bait fish do you suggest saltwater? There are several different species of baitfish you can use while fishing saltwater. I will in the following paragraphs discuss the main fish used for bait in saltwater. Pilchards are the smallest perhaps most common bait fish used. They are bright silver in color and very active […]

Shore Fishing the Florida Keys
Dan hi I am from the state of Iowa my wife and I are going to the gulf april 20 -24 to fish we have gone a couple of times on head boats with no luck at all. So we whant to try some pier,surf,bridge fishing this time where should we go? We went to […]

I want to surprise my husband with a fishing getaway but don’t know where to send him for the best bass fishing near us?
I want to surprise my husband with a fishing getaway but don’t know where to send him for the best bass fishing near us. We live about 45 minutes north of New York City. Is there somewhere within a few hours driving time? Thanks! The answer to this question obviously depends where you are […]

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June 25, 2010 at 2:00 pm

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