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Evening Secret Blog – Fishing A Live Worm

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The most popular bait for any type of fish, has to be the worm. Honestly, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind, when someone mentions fishing or fishing bait? That’s right, the good old worm. Whether you use worms or not, worms are the first thing that pops into your mind. Not only that, but when you were a kid, worms are more than likely what you used for bait. Even if you have since become a flea flicker, when you were a kid, worms were more than likely employed as bait. The in…



Selecting and acquiring the ideal fishing boat is a real art for someone who has already gone through many experiences as far as boating is concerned. However, it can be a daunting task to those who have not yet experienced buying a fishing boat. To make the activity easier for the first timers, here is a list of tips that they can use when choosing an ideal fishing boat. 1. It is important to consider the purpose of the fishing boat. Buying a fishing boat has only one purpose: to be used in fis…

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October 31, 2010 at 8:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Bass Fishing Boats: Advice For The First Time Buyer

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Bass Fishing Boats: Advice For The First Time BuyerSubmitted By: William Scott  

Bass fishing is a great past time that many people, both young and old enjoy. Once you get the taste of bass fishing, you might decide that you want to venture into buying your first bass fishing boat. This is truly an exciting e…


Tube death man led secret life as a transsexual escort called Sonia – This is London


Daily Mail

Tube death man led secret life as a transsexual escort called Sonia
This is London
David Burgess, 63, died when he was allegedly pushed in front of the train at King's Cross station on Monday evening. The father-of-three, who had more than
Transgender human rights lawyer who died after being 'pushed' under Tube train Daily Mail

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October 31, 2010 at 12:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Do You Really Need All Of That Fishing Tackle

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You’ve probably been asked that question a few times, haven’t you? I know my wife brings it up quite often.But seriously, how much fishing tackle do you really need? How many reels? How many rods? How many lures?Do you remember when you were a kid? When you went fishing what did you have in the way of fishing tackle? If you were like me and my brothers, you probably had a cane fishing pole, some fishing line, a few sinkers, a couple of hooks, a bobber and a can of worms. That was it!A lit…


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October 31, 2010 at 5:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Silver Salmon Fishing in Alaska

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Care to try silver salmon fishing in Alaska? Fishing enthusiasts from around the world gather every year in Alaska for hope of catching huge fish. Why Alaska? Actually, Alaska is one of the many silver fishing destinations in the world, where in huge silver fish are as healthy and flourishing as in Alaska itself. And because silver fishing is sometimes fast-paced with 2 to three catches every fishing trip, keeping all anglers on their toes, are one of the interesting facts of silver salmon fishi…


Jim Morris’ fishing report for Oct. 28 – Dayton Daily News
Clark Lake : Some nice catfish have been caught recently on nightcrawlers and cut bait. Crappie fishing has been good. Use minnows or jigs tipped with waxworms. Rocky Fork : Bass fishing has continued to be very good. Anglers are working the rocky points with plastics.

Tips for Catching Crappie in Clear Water – Associated Content
By making a few simple changes, fishermen and fisherwomen can increase their odds of success when clear water crappie fishing. Though crappie will routinely strike large lures, clear water conditions make seeing the lure easier and more reasonably sized

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For a different fishing experience, try Lake Calumet – Chicago Tribune
The lake holds large- and smallmouth bass, yellow and white perch, crappie, bluegills, catfish and more. In the fall, you’ll even see Chinook salmon porpoising on the surface of Lake Calumet. Fall fishing on Lake Calumet is excellent for crappie.

Freshwater Fishing Near Minneapolis – Associated Content
In addition, a fishing pier is located west of the beach area at picnic area #1. The weeds and lily pads provide ideal cover for the bluegills, crappie, pike, walleye and largemouth bass that inhabit this lake. Anglers wishing to take some fish home should

Fishing report: Fewer salmon, more steelhead in Michigan’s waters – MLive.com
Those spey fishing (fly fishing with a pole that is 12 to 14 foot or longer with heavy flies) have also done well with large pink and white streamers. Riverside Park was producing limits of big bluegills and crappie. Try minnows, leaf worms and wax worms.

Northern California fishing report – San Jose Mercury News
CLEAR: Anything imitating a minnow will get bass. Catfish bite is excellent, and crappie are becoming more common. 707-994-3474, 707-279-4739. COYOTE: Lake is closed to boat traffic. Shore fishing is decent. Toss jigs or creature baits near rocks. 408-463

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October 30, 2010 at 9:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Bass Fishing Tip: How Weather Conditions Affect Your Bass Fishing

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You are going to read about bass fishing tips here and if you find that what you have read here is something which is worth reading, our task would then be fulfilled.
If you are planning a bass fishing trip, you may want to review weather conditions before getting started. Many anglers travel to enjoy bass fishing, which some of these men and women are pros and can decide the best time to visit fishing holes. In addition, novice anglers know how to predict weather conditions.
The main reason beh…


Fishing report — Oct. 27 – Quay County Sun

Fishing report — Oct. 27
Quay County Sun
Over all the fishing pressure is light, but the fishing is starting to pick up a bit. Walleye fishing is fair. Expect about 1 fish per hour trolling in 20
Optimism reigns for NovemberThe Times of Trenton – NJ.com
Jim Morris' fishing report for Oct. 28Dayton Daily News
» Lake Powell ReportSalt Lake Tribune (blog)
Newsdurhamregion.com –The Tennessean –NWAOnline (subscription)
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Fishing Report: State reminds anglers that snagging is illegal – Adrian Daily Telegram

Fishing Report: State reminds anglers that snagging is illegal
Adrian Daily Telegram
Those walleye fishing during the day caught a few fish just off the Black Bottom in waters 40 feet or deeper. Big Bay De Noc: Reported very good smallmouth
DNR reminds anglers that snagging is illegalGrand Haven Tribune

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Outdoors: Fishing report for Oct. 8 – News-Herald.com


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Outdoors: Fishing report for Oct. 8
News-Herald.com
Lake Erie – Fair steelhead fishing in Euclid Creek with no one bait dominating. Mosquito Creek Reservoir – Fair walleye fishing with anglers successfully
Fall yellow perch bonanza begins this weekend: Fishing ReportPlain Dealer

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Fishing report – The Coloradoan

Fishing report
The Coloradoan
No recent reports on walleye fishing. Flatiron Reservoir-Fishing was great at the start of the month. Many reports of limits caught fast.

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October 30, 2010 at 2:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – How to Pick the Best Fishing Guide

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So you have decided to take a day or so and do some fishing with a guide. Your chances of catching fish just went up tremendously. But the question now is “how do I locate a good one?”. Let me give you some helpful hints on how to pick the best fishing guide for your fishing trip.
You need to know what is important to you for your fishing adventure. Do you want to catch a lot of fish or just one big one?
Are you going by yourself or taking a friend? If taking a friend, ask him or her what they…


Lyncourt man lands 24-inch walleye fishing from shore on Oneida Lake – Syracuse.com (blog)


Syracuse.com (blog)

Lyncourt man lands 24-inch walleye fishing from shore on Oneida Lake
Syracuse.com (blog)
Matt Kadlubowski, of Lyncourt, holds up a 24-inch walleye he caught while casting from shore after sunset on the north shore of Oneida Lake in Constantia.

Outdoors: Fishing report for Oct. 8 – News-Herald.com


Plain Dealer

Outdoors: Fishing report for Oct. 8
News-Herald.com
Lake Erie – Fair steelhead fishing in Euclid Creek with no one bait dominating. Mosquito Creek Reservoir – Fair walleye fishing with anglers successfully
Fall yellow perch bonanza begins this weekend: Fishing ReportPlain Dealer

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Cabela’s MWC Announces 2011 Schedule – WalleyeFIRST

Cabela's MWC Announces 2011 Schedule
WalleyeFIRST
Oct. 28, 2010-Minnetonka, MN-World-class fishing, premier destinations and hefty payouts are on tap in the 2011 Cabela's Masters Walleye Circuit schedule.

Fishing report – The Coloradoan

Fishing report
The Coloradoan
No recent reports on walleye fishing. Flatiron Reservoir-Fishing was great at the start of the month. Many reports of limits caught fast.

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Huge walleye caught from shore on Oneida Lake – Syracuse.com (blog)


Syracuse.com (blog)

Huge walleye caught from shore on Oneida Lake
Syracuse.com (blog)
Angler Mark Davis caught this impressive 28 1/2 inch walleye fishing from shore on Oneida Lake near Cleveland on Oct. 12. For more on the fall shore fishing

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October 29, 2010 at 8:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Fly Fishing Lines Explained

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One of the most important decisions when fly fishing is choosing the right fly line for your fishing rod is critical for success. Fly rods are rated for a given line – or more routinely two lines.Broadly speaking the line rating is written somewhere on the butt of the rod, usually as two numbers separated by a / mark. E.g. 3/4 or 7/8. These two figures denote the manufacturers suggested fly line rating. The first figure is for a Double Taper line and the second for a Weight Forward line.If you a…


Fishing report from around the region – Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Anglers fishing Keystone Dam in Armstrong County were getting a few Anglers have been getting some smallmouth bass using jigs tipped with creek chubs for bait. • Steelhead action on Lake Erie’s steelhead streams is getting lots of attention, with all

Black fishing luck has varied by spot – TheDay
Bass fishing in tough but there are still lots of big blues on some days in The Race and Gut. Albies are a very hit or miss deal, more miss than anything else. Blackfish can be caught in most rocky areas, said Hillyers Tackle. They didn’t weigh in any real

Plenty of good fishing for anglers – New York Post
There has been good fishing for taugs for anglers out of City Island and other western haunts with healthy numbers of blackfish being taken near the small islands of the western Sound. Don’t forget that sea bass season reopens Monday. The surf action

LBI fishing derby sees 56-pound bass – Asbury Park Press
The big news coming out of the the Long Beach Island Surf Fishing Derby was the 56-pound, 7-ounce striped bass that Ray Sullivan beached last Thursday. From what I hear, he was fishing in Haven Beach with fresh bunker early in the afternoon. He took about

Irvine Lake fishing trout season opener – Los Angeles Times
Another hot rigging method is well-known in the bass fishing world, and is called as “drop-shotting”. With the sinker on the bottom, a hook is tied between 6 and 36 inches up the line, which allows the floating Power Trout Worm or Gulp! Minnow to appear

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October 29, 2010 at 12:00 pm

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