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Archive for July 2011

Evening Secret Blog – Winter Carp Fishing – Homemade Baits Secrets and ‘Innovative Tactics’

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Location location location! First find your fish; they may be indicated by other anglers catching fish, or come from where you caught previously. Past year?s records of hotspots and over – wintering areas can be very useful. But these can vary according to a season?s dominant prevailing winds directions and temperatures. Also fishing pressure, food availability, changes in the lake bed caused by moving / feeding carp, other fish present, e.g.; big over – wintering catfish etc can alter ?holding …


My husband will turn 50 in Dec. and I really want to surprise him with a dream deep sea fishing trip.
My husband will turn 50 in Dec. and I really want to surprise him with a dream deep sea fishing trip. He has been out of NC and GA and also the Gulf but I really need to know somewhere great I can take him for a memorable trip in December, any advise will be […]

Five Fishing Techniques for the Florida Gulf
Fishing the Florida Gulf Coast is an amazing experience that any fisherman will enjoy. It is sure to be a memorable adventure that you’ll want to share with others. All types of fishing is enjoyed in the Gulf, even deep sea fishing so it doesn’t matter what type of fishing you like to do, it […]

Three Saltwater Fishing Baits to Try
Saltwater fishing is an experience that you’ll always remember. There are many exciting species to seek out that range in a variety of sizes so there is a species for everyone to fish for from the beginner to the professional. You can fish from the shoreline, pier fish or go out on a boat and […]

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July 31, 2011 at 11:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Freshwater Bait Fishing Hook Sizes

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There are essential items to have when going fishing, but none more important than having a hook. Fishing hooks come in a wide range of sizes and also come in a variety of types. The average angler may be a bit perplexed when it comes to selecting the appropriate hook for their fishing trip, but fortunately selecting a hook is a not a science. Here are some important things to consider when selecting a hook for your next fishing trip.The size hook you use will be dictated by the type of fish you…


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July 31, 2011 at 8:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Going Out With The Perfect Bass Fishing Gear

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One of the most important aspects of bass fishing is obviously finding the right bass fishing gear for wherever you?ll be hunting those lunkers. Some bass fishing gear is necessary pretty much no matter where you?re fishing, while other bass fishing gear will depend on your specific situation, place, and preferred techniques.No matter where you?re heading to, some bass fishing gear you?ll need includes a minimum of two identical rod and reel combos. This allows for easy replacement if somethin…


Walleye fishing good near western Lake Erie shore: Fishing Report – Plain Dealer


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Walleye fishing good near western Lake Erie shore: Fishing Report
Plain Dealer
The catfish are in the spotlight at inland lakes, where hot weather has generally slowed bass and crappie fishing. Yellow perch are being caught in 37 to 40 feet of water along Lakewood's Gold Coast on emerald shiner minnows close to the lake bottom,
Mid-South Fishing Report: July 22Memphis Commercial Appeal
Outdoors Report: Fishing in heat not so badGainesville Times
Post-Dispatch Fishing Report for July 22-28STLtoday.com
Peoria Journal Star –The Southern –Brownwood News (blog)
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Crappie fishing requires special techniques – St. George Daily Spectrum

Crappie fishing requires special techniques
St. George Daily Spectrum
If you wonder why I am so excited about crappie fishing, eat them once and you'll understand. They are in the top category of warm-water eating fish. If you're still having trouble catching them, go out about 20 yards from shore and troll a Hot-n-Tot

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Bass Pro Shop to bring crappie fishing tourney to Columbus – The Republic

Bass Pro Shop to bring crappie fishing tourney to Columbus
The Republic
The Bass Pro Shop's Crappie Master's All-American Tournament Trail will come to Columbus in 2012. The Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau has provided $71000 for the event. The Commercial Dispatch reports fishermen will participate in a qualifying
Columbus to host fishing tournamentBeaumont Enterprise

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Ken White: Too hot to fish? No way – Blue Springs Examiner


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Ken White: Too hot to fish? No way
Blue Springs Examiner
After years of fishing in the heat of a Missouri summer, I have found that it's never too hot to catch fish. So I wasn't too surprised when Brent Frazee called me on a hot July day and suggested we go crappie fishing.
Fishing ReportSan Jose Mercury News
Fish report, July 29San Bernardino Sun
Fishing ReportSpringfield News-Leader
Visalia Times-Delta –STLtoday.com –Tallahassee.com
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Jeffrey L. Frischkorn’s fishing report for July 15 – News-Herald.com

Jeffrey L. Frischkorn's fishing report for July 15
News-Herald.com
Good fishing for catfish as well as well as for bluegills. Lake Erie: Expect fair yellow perch fishing in 25 feet of water but anglers are not remaining stationary but rather by drifting. Continued… Mosquito Creek Reservoir: Fair crappie fishing in

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July 30, 2011 at 7:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – The Best Fly Fishing Rods

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Most fly fishermen take the sport very seriously. Going beyond the fact that it is a way to catch fish and also to enjoy the outdoors, fly fishermen think of what they do as an art, and rightly so. Fly fishing is much more involved than regular fishing, and it takes practice and dedication to learn the intricacies of the sport. Most fly fishermen will tell you, however, that it is definitely worth it.When learning how to fly fish, or if you have already been doing it for a while, having the r…


Are you ready for a crappie tournament?
Raising minnows can be a fun experience. It can help you to have plenty of bait for your fishing experiences. It can also help you to have a great way to make some money by selling them to other people as bait. If you have children they will absolutely love helping you to raise minnows. […]

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July 30, 2011 at 1:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – The Deep Sea Fishing Charter

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Deep sea fishing is considered a sport where amateur or professional fishermen embark into the deepest parts of the water in search of a catch. The types of fish associated with the deep sea are those that live below what is called the ?photic zone? of the ocean. In the deep sea, some of the oddest creatures have been known to dwell. The names given to these fish are just as fascinating, including the lanternfish, cookiecutter shark, anglerfish, and the flashlight fish.When deep sea fishing, you…



TORONTO, ONTARIO — AirIQ Inc. (“AirIQ”) (TSX: IQ), a leader in wireless enabled location-based services, expects to see an increase in the size of its regulated marine market as a result of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) introduction of a new Gulf Coast fishing regulation for Gulf reef fish. The new rules require fishing vessel owners to install and operate an approved vessel monitoring system (VMS) by December 7, 2006. The ruling; “…requires a NMFS-approved vessel monitorin…

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July 30, 2011 at 12:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Chincoteague Virginia Offshore Fishing

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The waters off Chincoteague offer a variety of opportunities for offshore fishermen. Spring weather is usually very windy and boats don’t often get to fish outside the inlet in the early season. When a calm day presents itself, anglers can catch tautog or sea bass over local shipwrecks and artificial reefs.By June, monster bluefish arrive and are often present in enormous numbers along the 20 fathom line. This fishing usually amounts to a 25-30 nautical mile trip from the inlet.Days behind the b…


Four Pike Fishing Secrets
Anglers seek out the pike because they are a very challenging fish that’s hard to catch and this makes fishing fun and exciting. Their slender body, long head and sharp teeth distinguish Pike from other species. They have sensory pores underneath the lower jaw and dark spots on the webbing along the first dorsal fin […]

Finger Lakes Discussion • Re: Cayuga 7/27

4 Best Tackle for Walleye Fishing
Fishing tackle consist of several different things from hooks to fishing line but the lures you use is critical to your success when fishing for walleyes. This species of fish is smart and very hard to catch. They have excellent eyesight that reflects light so they can see well at night and in dark waters. […]

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July 29, 2011 at 6:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Matching Your Fishing Rod To The Fishing Situation

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Many anglers neglect to take into account the importance of their fishing rod for varying fishing situations. As a matter of fact, some anglers have one or two rods, and that’s it. If they’re going trout fishing they use the same rod as they do if they are trying to catch carp. This is a mistake. You need to have different fishing rods for different fishing situations. The biggest reason for this is that it will help you catch more fish. If the wrong fishing rod is being used, bites will b…


Not all big fish found up close to rigs – Lone Star Outdoor News

Not all big fish found up close to rigs
Lone Star Outdoor News
While everyone and their dogs are fishing right up against the rig, it's not the way I do it.” Hansen said he stays several hundred yards off the rig and sends down his favorite bait for deep sea fishing — piggy perch. “They've got to be one of the

Steve Merlo: Deep sea fishing still alive at Virg’s – Bakersfield Californian

Steve Merlo: Deep sea fishing still alive at Virg's
Bakersfield Californian
When we turned 13, my friend Bill Lewis and I were treated to our first deep sea fishing adventure by Bill's father, Nelson. We weren't prepared for the incredibly rough voyage up the coast from Morro Bay

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July 29, 2011 at 12:00 pm

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