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Evening Secret Blog – Which fishing technique do you prefer?

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Fly Fishing
Ancient Macedonian pottery paintings indicate that fly fishing, that is, fishing with
a lure constructed of feathers to imitate an insect, was the first form of angling
with a rod. Fly fishing differs from most other disciplines of fishing today because
the fly must be cast on a fly rod, a very whippy, limber pole which is bent or
“loaded” by a fly line. Whereas a bait fisherman uses the weight of his lure or bait
to pull line out behind it when thrown, a fly fisher uses the wei…


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August 30, 2012 at 5:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Fly Fishing For Bonefish

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Fly fishers like to nickname their prey, and bonefish are no exception. The bonefish is nicknamed the “Gray Ghost”, and if you have ever witnessed these creatures in their Andros Island or Florida Key habitat you know they have earned this nickname. Perfectly camouflaged for their environment these creatures rarely give away their whereabouts easily. Easily for the novice that is, a good guide can seemingly see them in the abstract. And although I am not a huge guide proponent, preferring trial …


Iowa Fishing Report – Mason City Globe Gazette

Iowa Fishing Report
Mason City Globe Gazette
Crappie — fair: Try fishing a minnow and jig around the rocks in deep water. Lake Smith: Largemouth bass — fair: Anglers are having the best luck throwing top water and buzz baits in the evening. Lake Catherine: Bluegill — fair: Drift small jigs or

Three area lakes to be stocked with black crappie – CottageCountryNow.ca

Three area lakes to be stocked with black crappie
CottageCountryNow.ca
The Ministry of Natural Resources plans to stock three area lakes with black crappie, a popular sport fish. The ministry is inviting public comment on the proposal and comments can be sent in within the next 30 days. According to fisheries biologist

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August 30, 2012 at 1:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Fishing Rods for Different Types of Fishing

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Make the statement “all fishing rods are the same” and you are bound to get some laughter and more than a few lectures from experienced fishermen. There are almost as many types of fishing rods are there are types of game fish. There is simply no way that you could have a “one-size-fits-all” fishing rod. Below is a list of some of the different types of fishing rods, and explanations as to why they work well for the type of game fish that they were made for.
Bass fishing rod – The bass, both th…


Fishing report for August 24
Crappie are biting and starting to school up Large red drum are being encountered by sight-fishing boats and black drum are schooling around the islands of the CBBT. Billy Fellin

Corps, state’s efforts improve Lake Nimrod’s fishery
That doesn’t mean the lake is not a good fishing spot. “Nimrod … has a healthy bass, bluegill, redear and crappie population,” Limbird said, noting that the AGFC has utilized draw downs to assist the fishery. “Crappie responded

Catfishing picking up on NELA waterways
Crappie fishing is slow with a few smaller fish caught. Chinquapins are doing fairly well on the 7 foot flats on cold worms fished on the bottom. A good many channel catfish are being caught in Smith Branch fishing noodles using a variety of baits.

FishOn! Northwestern Pennsylvania Fishing Report, Aug. 17
Fishing patterns this week have been unusual for this time of the year, starting with remarkably good crappie fishing in Presque Isle Bay. Crappie have been caught from the North Pier, East Pier, West Pier, the Border Patrol, Liberty Park

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August 28, 2012 at 11:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Top Quality Carp and Catfish Fishing Baits Win Again

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Many top anglers have used the so called ?balanced nutritional profile bait? approach and thinking as the basics of their long term success, and some have even turned their secret bait formulas into some of the shop-bought baits seen today.Using this ?Balanced Nutritional Value? approach, even relative carp fishing beginners can regularly start catching bigger fish far more consistently than using cheap carbohydrate flours based baits , when regularly applied to a water; to take advantage of the…


Shep on Fishing: End of August brings odd catches and flounder rally – Press of Atlantic City

Shep on Fishing: End of August brings odd catches and flounder rally
Press of Atlantic City
Moran's has a Press Fishing Contest entry on the way from Mary Thomas of Jupiter, Fla. It is a 16.8-pound codfish caught Friday at Deep Water Reef. Cod and cobia seem an odd combination for South Jersey in the warm waters of late August. Back-bay and

The Fishing Report — Aug. 31, 2012 – Record-Searchlight


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The Fishing Report — Aug. 31, 2012
Record-Searchlight
Fishing for catfish continued to be good in the Deep Water Channel over the levee off the end of Marshall Road. Some stripers were also being caught there on mudsuckers and bloodworms. SACRAMENTO RIVER, Red Bluff — Salmon fishing continued to be
Marine Fishing Report: Blushfish Are Thick Throughout the SoundPatch.com
Mother Lode Fishing ReportCalaveras Enterprise

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Deep sea fishing recruits tough it out in new Maori TV series – Voxy

Deep sea fishing recruits tough it out in new Maori TV series
Voxy
Maori Television's captivating new documentary series follows two teenage boys as they attempt to get a job in the risky but lucrative deep sea fishing industry. HE KUPENGA HOU (The New Fishing Net) premieres on Friday, September 7 at 8.00pm.

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For wounded Iraq vet, offshore fishing trip a welcome gift – Daytona Beach News-Journal

For wounded Iraq vet, offshore fishing trip a welcome gift
Daytona Beach News-Journal
PORT ORANGE — Not long after sunrise, the 25-foot boat headed out for a day of deepsea fishing. Catching some time out on the water, simply relaxing, would be nearly as rewarding as catching a dolphin or wahoo for the special guest aboard on this trip.

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August 28, 2012 at 6:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Surf Fishing For Striper Bass

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Though not as well known as more conventional fishing techniques, surf fishing has quickly created a dedicated following amongst anglers. The appeal of surf fishing lies in the ability to land big fish without needing access to a boat. Not only does this make surf fishing relatively inexpensive, but it also makes it highly accessible to all. Many anglers prefer to surf fish from flatter beach areas, though equally good results can be had from rocky ledges and coves up and down the coast of Maine…


Marine Fishing Report: Blushfish Are Thick Throughout the Sound – Patch.com

Marine Fishing Report: Blushfish Are Thick Throughout the Sound
Patch.com
SCUP (porgy) fishing remains good to excellent on the major reefs and rock piles with fish measuring 14 to 17 inches. BLACK SEA BASS fishing is good to excellent on the deep water reefs, wrecks, and over hard gnarly bottom. Be on the lookout for LITTLE

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Northern California fishing report – San Jose Mercury News


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Northern California fishing report
San Jose Mercury News
Fish are deep — 88 to 105 feet. Fish are off the structure and suspended over river channel. 707-372-7599. CALERO: Boats getting to second dam or off points get bass with frogs. During day use Senkos in deeper water. Live bait works well from shore.
Bay Area Fish Report: Aug. 24Marin Independent-Journal

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Festive mood in the air deep sea fishing begins today – Business Recorder (blog)

Festive mood in the air deep sea fishing begins today
Business Recorder (blog)
E-mail · Print · PDF. Thousands of fishermen will set out on deep sea voyages in quest for better catches, marking the beginning of the annual fishing season on Wednesday (today) with prayers and celebrations. Deep sea fishing starts on August 1 every

Fishing Line – Sacramento Bee

Fishing Line
Sacramento Bee
FRENCHMAN LAKE-The lake is at 65-percent capacity. With the hot weather, shore fishing was best at the dam on Power Bait. Trollers were doing well trolling flasher/worm combos 18 to 20 feet deep over 40 feet of water for rainbows running 12 to 20

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For wounded Iraq vet, offshore fishing trip a welcome gift – Daytona Beach News-Journal

For wounded Iraq vet, offshore fishing trip a welcome gift
Daytona Beach News-Journal
PORT ORANGE — Not long after sunrise, the 25-foot boat headed out for a day of deepsea fishing. Catching some time out on the water, simply relaxing, would be nearly as rewarding as catching a dolphin or wahoo for the special guest aboard on this trip.

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August 27, 2012 at 6:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – The Big Bass Fishing Secret

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The biggest Bass fishing secret is that there isn’t a real Bass fishing secret at all, there is no secret to catching Bass, no more than there is a secret to catching fish of any type.Having said that there are certain things which you can do to help himself catch more Bass. Perhaps the most important thing is to set out to catch just one kind of Bass, as I’m sure you know there are several different varieties for instance the Small Mouth Bass, the White Bass, the Large Mouth Bass, and many mor…



Fishing as a sport and recreational activity is very popular in the United States. It has been a traditional hobby of the Americans as well as tourists in the USA. The Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, including the many streams of water across the country offer greater opportunities for Salt water fishing. United States of America has many rivers, lakes and inland streams for fresh water adventures. Fishing in the U.S.A. is very diverse because of the fish migrating every season. The weat…

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August 27, 2012 at 11:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Tips for Successful Family Deep Sea Fishing Deep Sea Fishing – A Fun & Safe Family Outing

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Sunshine, crashing waves and hands-on activities. These are three things every kid loves. That’s what makes deep sea fishing the perfect family outing. Especially during summer months when children can get bored, deep sea fishing makes for a wonderful time of togetherness, education and excitement.
Before you venture onto any vessel, you’ll want to run through the checklist below. Taking time to prepare before launching into the deep blue sea can ensure your trip wil…


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August 26, 2012 at 3:00 am

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