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In fly fishing, just like in any form of fishing, the rod that the fisher uses is vitally important. The rods that are used are significantly different from those used in live bait fishing. Fly fishing rods are long and light and combined with heavy lines that provide the casting weight.

Fly fishing rods have quite a noticeable length, between 2m (6 feet) and 4m (14 feet). The material from which they are built varies. Years ago they were made out of a certain type of bamboo, but now they are…


Pair plead guilty in Lake Koshkonong fish kill – Superior Telegram

Pair plead guilty in Lake Koshkonong fish kill
Superior Telegram
Steven Kallenbach, 54, of Stoddard and John Bruring, 47, of La Crosse were fined $15477 each for killing an estimated 645 walleye and white bass in September. The two originally were charged with felony possession of illegal fish, but the charges were

Warmer weather should bring fish back for holiday – Danbury News Times

Warmer weather should bring fish back for holiday
Danbury News Times
It was slow this week on the river with the occasional walleye taken from either side of the foot bridge behind the Boys and Girls Club. Anglers fishing off the pier on the lake side had some luck catching walleye while fishing with leeches and crank
Fishing reportThe Coloradoan
CDOW weekly fishing report — June 28, 2011Grand Junction Sentinel
Warm weather should bring in fishTraverse City Record Eagle

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Windsor man’s fishing team wins title – The Coloradoan

Windsor man's fishing team wins title
The Coloradoan
Scott Busteed of Windsor and David Harmon of Omaha, Neb., took first place last weekend in a major walleye fishing contest. Busteed, who grew up in Fort Collins, and Harmon had a two-day total of nine fish that weighed 33.01 pounds.

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Walleye hooked in places, overall fishing mixed – Battle Creek Enquirer


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Walleye hooked in places, overall fishing mixed
Battle Creek Enquirer
Almost all the boats targeting lake trout caught fish, along with a few kings. All of the fish were of decent size and healthy. Spoons, fly's and cut baits are working well. Walleye fishing is very slow in the river with most fish being taken early in
Jeffrey L. Frischkorn's fishing report for June 24News-Herald.com
FishOn! Northwestern Pennsylvania fishing report for June 24GoErie.com
Fishing is great — if you can get out thereWinnipeg Free Press
Grand Forks Herald –Park Rapids Enterprise –Bemidji Pioneer
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Great Falls area fishing report – Great Falls Tribune

Great Falls area fishing report
Great Falls Tribune
Holter: Rainbow fishing is good for boaters trolling cowbells throughout the reservoir at about 15 to 20 feet deep. Shore fishing for rainbows has been productive at Holter Lake Campground for anglers using worms. Walleye fishing continues to improve
Fishing report: Rivers still highHelena Independent Record

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Walleyes Unlimited (and so was the rain) – Sioux City Journal

Walleyes Unlimited (and so was the rain)
Sioux City Journal
We were meeting Woody Tiggelaar, Sioux Falls, and Rocky Niewenhuis, Corsica, SD, for a couple days of fishing in the walleye-rich waters below the Big Bend Dam on the mighty Missouri River. While walleye fishing was our primary focus, we also wanted to

Fishing report – Quad City Times

Fishing report
Quad City Times
A few walleye have been caught around the wing dams on leeches. * The river catfish are biting on leeches and night crawlers, Nick's Rod and Reel in Davenport reported. All the fish in West Lake have been active, but most of the fish have been on the
Texas Fishing ReportCt Post

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Written by eveningsecret

June 30, 2011 at 4:00 pm

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