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Evening Secret Blog – How To Successfully Choose Bass Fishing Lures (Part 2 of 2)

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We continue our journey through the most comman bass fishing lures.
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When To Use Plastic Worms
Most anglers’ favorite lure is the plastic worm. But it’s not a simple stalk of colored plastic that it used to be. Now you have straight worms, snake worms, plastic lizards, curly tail worms, j-tail worms, and worms with holes, dimples, air pockets molded in, bumps and nubs and flavorings.
Then you have the colors. Probably no other category of lure comes in as many colors as plastic …


FISHING REPORT: Anglers willing to endure tough conditions should be rewarded – MLive.com
Cooler temperatures and gusting winds forecasted this week will make the fishing conditions more challenging. But, those anglers willing to brave the elements should find some cooperative fish. Good numbers of whitefish, steelhead, bluegill and walleye are

Fishing report: End of busy season means quieter sites for anglers – MLive.com
Inland lakes and the backwaters of rivers also provide excellent fishing opportunities for pretty much any species out there, including bluegill, crappie, perch, bass, pike and walleye. Lake Erie — Is producing a few nice perch for those fishing off the

Reflections: The Summer of 2010– Fishing Success! – Minneapolis Star Tribune
What about the 2 NASA employess–one of whom is the right hand person for the launch guy for the space shuttle–on a trip to Minnesota to find themselves fishing in the coldest rainiest day of the summer–didnt miss a beat and took walleye home to Florida.

Lake Mille Lacs walleye regulation changes Wed. – msnbc.com
ST. PAUL, Minn. — With the ice fishing season coming soon, fisheries officials are reminding anglers that the walleye regulation for Lake Mille Lacs will tighten up a bit Wednesday. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says that effective Dec. 1

Commission changes walleye size/bag limits – Denver Post
Among changes to fishing regulations approved Friday by the Colorado Wildlife Commission were modification of walleye limits on selected waters, adoption of flies-and-lures and maximum-size restriction on a portion of the Arkansas River below Pueblo Dam

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November 30, 2010 at 1:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Fly Fishing – Stay Away From The Light!

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When you first start fly fishing, one of the first lessons you will learn is the rules related to light. Simply put, fish stay away from the light.
Fly Fishing – Stay Away From The Light!
Fly fishing a stream is unique in that there are many factors that go into success. Water conditions, temperatures, fly choice and so on all come to mind. One of the more basic issues is the contrast of dark and light on the water. Specifically, fish have a thing about the light from above.
In general, fish a…


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November 30, 2010 at 2:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Bass Fishing Technique Education

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Do you like to fish for bass, whether it’s largemouth or smallmouth? Would you like to catch more fish? Be able to show all your fishing buddies that you can catch fish, just as good as they can. Would you like to be able to fish like the pro’s? Maybe enter and place in a few local bass tournaments. Then here are some tips that will provide just that.When fishing with crankbaits in clear shallow water, use a dark colored bait. Clear water acts almost like a mirror and makes it harder for the fis…


Lake Mille Lacs Walleye Regulation Changes Weds. – WDIO-TV
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – With the ice fishing season coming soon, fisheries officials are reminding anglers that the walleye regulation for Lake Mille Lacs will tighten up a bit Wednesday. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says that effective Dec

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November 29, 2010 at 8:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Quick And Easy Way To Your First Salmon Fishing Adventure

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Your First Fishing Rod:

The most important piece of equipment is a fishing rod and the best place to purchase a rod is at a real pro shop or bait and tackle shop. Pro shops usually have a really good return policy. If you get a rod that is not comfortable for you, too stiff or too flexible, too long or too short, they will usually exchange it for a rod that will work better for you. They want your return business for things like bait and tackle.

The Place:

The best place to fish for salmon…


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‘Two X Two’ at JPAS puts a comic face on some serious secrets among friends and spouses – New Orleans Times-Picayune
As the evening progresses, however, long-brewing resentments reach a boiling point and a devastating secret comes pouring out: For the past 20-odd years, each man has been sleeping with the other’s wife. As the couples begin to comprehend the serious

‘Ghost tours’ offer history, secrets of Chinatown – KABC
One woman is sharing all of its secrets, in the dark of the night the elders of the community say that these cats represent the reincarnation of the ladies of the evening that were killed here in the early 1900’s,” Yee continued.

The Secret Squirrel, also known as Hot Tuna, rocks and rambles in Woodstock – Poughkeepsie Journal
He kept up the jokes by introducing the three-piece band as The Secret Squirrel, even though the group dished Another highlight of the evening was Kaukonen and Casady joining in for the closing song of the evening, “The Weight,” which, including guest

Air Force Launches Massive, Secret Spy Satellite – CBS News
A powerful Delta 4 rocket roared to life and climbed away from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Sunday evening on a high-priority mission to boost a National Reconnaissance Office spy satellite into orbit. Under a cloudy sky, the hydrogen-fueled

There Are No More Big Secrets – Variety
There Are No More Big Secrets,” by Heidi Schreck there’s reason to think we’re in for another long, dull evening of marital stress and romantic recriminations. But these characters prove to be smart and thoughtful, and the adult issues that concern

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November 29, 2010 at 6:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Agile Pontoon Fishing Craft Will Get You Rocking!

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Fishing pontoons have had a good run since they became something of a phenomenon back in the 90’s, and they’re still going strong, with many excellent craft available for your still water fishing expeditions.

And they don’t have to cost an arm and a leg either! Even brand new you can get an excellent 8-footer with many handy features and a comfortable seat for only a couple of hundred dollars.

So what’s the big fuss about these agile-looking craft?

Well, for a start, they are very, er…..


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November 29, 2010 at 1:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Used Fly Fishing Equipment

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Just as with any other sport, the equipment you use when fly fishing can be very important. There are various types of fly fishing equipment that you need when you undertake fly fishing, and be prepared because some of it can get quite expensive so look into used fly fishing equipment.!Of course, you?ll need a rod and reel. What type of rod you choose depends on the type of fish you will be angling for. Fly rods are ranked according to their net weight capabilities (nwt). The nwt number will tel…



General salmon information and fishing tips: 1. Generally, the best times of the day are during the times when there is low light and so too, on cloudy days. On bright and sunny days, salmon will usually collect and assemble deep in the holes. 2. Take note that salmon do not feed while in the river. When they do strike, it is a behavior that is learned. Salmons are known to be predatory and aggressive when in the lake, up until they go into the river. 3. Set the hook by yanking downstream wit…

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November 27, 2010 at 6:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – The Perfect Fishing Trip – Deciding Where To Go

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Probably the toughest decision to be made while planning a trip is, where to go. You might want to start of by Thinking globally, as there are plenty of excellent fishing spots the world over. If you can afford it, taking a fishing trip abroad can be one of the most fulfilling fishing experiences you can have. British Columbia in Canada boasts some of the world’s most beautiful wilderness and streams. And, they are filled with a great number of fish from many different species.
Here are some of…


Commission changes walleye size/bag limits – Denver Post
Among changes to fishing regulations approved Friday by the Colorado Wildlife Commission were modification of walleye limits on selected waters, adoption of flies-and-lures and maximum-size restriction on a portion of the Arkansas River below Pueblo Dam

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Midwest Fishing Report: First ice & waiting on perch – Chicago Sun-Times (blog)
Triangle Sports suggested crappie are top bite, try early and late, Channel is best; walleye are fair, try main lake points with slip-bobber rigs; and muskie are fair on big jerkbaits. I would note that multiple people are reporting some outstanding

FishOn! Northwestern Pennsylvania fishing report for Nov. 26 – Erie Times-News
Allegheny River flow was increased this week which disrupts fishing patterns for a few days. However, walleye fishing typically gets better with higher flows. With deer season underway in New York, fishing reports from Chautauqua Lake are hard to find.

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November 27, 2010 at 1:00 pm

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