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Evening Secret Blog – Fly Fishing in Alaska

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The forty-ninth state in our union is a wonderland of lakes and mountains and rivers and streams. Fly fishing in Alaska is one of the most captivating experiences that fly fishermen can report. In fact, fly fishing in Alaska has become a multi-million dollar industry as anglers flock there to catch prize-winning fish in a beautiful landscape.Fly fishing in Alaska can be an amazing experience for both experienced as well as beginning anglers. This state, while somewhat remote, has so much to o…



“Fishing Kit Basics” Before going deeper into the technicalities, make sure that a fishing license is secured. To be an amateur fisherman there are basic pieces of fishing equipment needed to complete your exciting journey in the fishing world. Knowing the line type and matching the right rod and reel to the fishing technique is just basic common sense. Match these tools appropriately and expect a more enjoyable experience for a more comfortable fishing. There are several things that causes the …

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April 30, 2011 at 3:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Bass Fishing Jigs Are the Secret to Bigger Bass

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If big bass are what you desire there is one bass fishing lure that can put the big ones in the boat. Bass fishing jigs are one of the best bass lures for catching those big bass. This article will discuss some of the techniques and colors to choose for the perfect catch.To Trailer or Not To TrailerBefore we decide whether or not to put a trailer on the bass fishing jig it might be appropriate to discuss the purpose of the trailer. Bass trailer give your jig two advantages. One advantage to a…


Saint Viator Anglers Earn Bid to State Bass Fishing Finals – TribLocal


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Saint Viator Anglers Earn Bid to State Bass Fishing Finals
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By SVHS Communications Tuesday at 1:12 pm Juniors Daniel Cleary, left, and Patrick Hulsebosch, both of Palatine, hold their prized catch that earned them a trip to the state bass fishing tournament. They caught the bass in the Chain O'Lakes sectional

Warm Weather Could Lead to Stronger Surface Bite – Patch.com

Warm Weather Could Lead to Stronger Surface Bite
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Todd Maris, a private boater from Huntington Beach, found good sand bass fishing around the Long Beach breakwall. “It has been really steady,” said Maris, who reported taking limits (10 bass per angler) on a few nights. “We seem to be getting closer

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Third annual ‘Take a Soldier Fishing Day’ set for Saturday on Oneida Lake – Syracuse.com (blog)

Third annual 'Take a Soldier Fishing Day' set for Saturday on Oneida Lake
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By David Figura/The Post-Standard The NY BASS Chapter Federation is hosting the Third Annual Take a Soldier Fishing Day Saturday out of Oneida Shores Park in Brewerton. A total of 80 soldiers will be paired with volunteer boaters from the bass fishing

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April 29, 2011 at 10:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Largemouth Bass Fishing

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Bass are the most sought out game fish. Its appeal spans cultures, age groups and genders. Bass fishing is the heart of a lot of anglers everywhere. If you look at Nascar and you can see just how popular Bass fishing is among the drives.Bass are so aggressive and have so much agility they can chase down and catch most of their favorite foods. When Bass are feeding they are most easily caught but a Bass fisherman or women can entice a Bass to strike an anglers bait for reasons other than hunger. …


Weather slamming the door on spring steelhead trout fishing – Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland area Windy weather has shut down Lake Erie fishing and made it difficult to catch a walleye after dark while casting from shore. Thank every agency that has stocked rainbow trout, providing the only good fishing around the area lately.

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Walleye fishing has been hot at Webster – Salina Journal
WEBSTER RESERVOIR — Walleyes, wipers and whites! Oh my! All that’s simply too much for anglers, who have been converging on Webster Reservoir, some parking at dam’s end and riding bicycles down to a favorite spot before walking down — and ultimately back

Province protecting spawning walleye on Lake Dauphin – Winnipeg Free Press
The temporary closure on all walleye fishing, plus limits on other tributaries during spawning season, will help fish stocks recover, the province said. This closure does not affect the harvest of other fish species. Anyone exercising an aboriginal or

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April 29, 2011 at 4:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Shark Fishing In Maine

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Witnessing the sheer power and beauty of sharks first hand is a truly breathtaking experience which is hard to match. The adrenaline and excitement that comes with landing a big shark attracts thousands of anglers to Maine each year, all in search of that trophy catch. Whether you are looking to land your first blue, or have your eye on something bigger, the waters off the coast of Maine have a lot to offer.There are a number of shark species present in Maine, with the most popular undoubtedly t…



Alaska fishing tours are the best money that you can spend on your fishing trip to the north. You have heard that they have a fish here, called the King Salmon. You have heard that it is often caught at a weight of 50 pounds or more. You are ready to spend a weekend or longer on those waters, searching for your fish. But, because you are a newcomer to the region, chances are that you’ll need to find a little help with luring them in. A tour can be the best way to do just that. Why Take A Tour? …

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April 29, 2011 at 9:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – New York Fishing

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It might be known as “The Big A[pple”, but it could just as easily be called “The Anglers Friend” because of all the fishing opportunities that the state of New York has to offer. New York is a large state and there’s plenty of room for not only freshwater, but also saltwater fishing. The state of New York also has decent runs of great lake running steelhead and salmon (that’s right, steelhead and salmon don’t have to run to the ocean. The great lakes work fine as well). All types of fishing…


Three Bass Fishing Tactics to use in Ohio
Bass fishing is one of the most popular outdoor sports being enjoyed by millions of people all over the world. It has much to offer anyone who enjoys spending time outside in the fresh air. It’s great to gather together with friends and family and head out to the water to do a little fishing […]

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April 29, 2011 at 4:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Big Carp and Catfish Fishing Baits – Not a Question of Luck

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Some days when you?re fishing for bigger fish of the carp or catfish kind, it seems like everything you try just won?t produce a ?bite.? But then something happens that changes everything. What is that special something? Let?s see… You know those days when those fish are seen cruising and sunning themselves and look easy enough to catch in a big net if you got close enough! But to get them to eat a bait seems utterly futile? Generally these hard times can be attributed to the prevailing temper…


Fishing: Side-Imaging Sonar Finds Deeper Bass – The Ledger
Bigger bass are just now starting to move out of shoreline vegetation to open-water structure on Central Florida lakes with the water temperature in the low 80s and heading higher with the thermometer in the 90s. Cooler water away from the surface around

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April 28, 2011 at 9:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – 6 Things Every Angler Should Have In Their Fishing Vest

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If you’re the type of angler that I am, you where a fishing vest. And if you don’t?..you should. Fishing vests are much more convenient than lugging around a tackle box. Flea flickers have been using fishing vests for years, but my fishing mentor used a fishing vest and he was no flea flicker. I’ve been using a fishing vest for years and I wouldn’t go fly fishing if you paid me. My point is that fishing vests aren’t just for fly fishermen anymore. When you get out on the water, you need to…


Open Lake Discussion • Re: Did NY pass three rod?

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April 28, 2011 at 9:00 am

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