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Evening Secret Blog – Expert Carp Fishing Baits — Natural Extracts and Alternative Proven Baiting Techniques

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There are many ways to make very successful fishing baits without using flavours!Freshwater flies, bloodworm, insect larvae, water snails, and all kinds of sea and freshwater shellfish like mussels etc, can all be incorporated into your fishing baits, giving a natural taste and crunch factor, and are available from many pet and fishing bait companies. The effect of adding ‘chitin’ based crushed shells of mussels or snails or prawns is not to be over-looked.In nature these are not only natural fo…


Experts: Climate Change Threatens Minn. Fisheries – CBS Local

Experts: Climate Change Threatens Minn. Fisheries
CBS Local
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Climate change threatens Minnesota's prized fisheries from North Shore trout streams to popular walleye lakes such as Mille Lacs, experts said Wednesday as the National Wildlife Federation released a national study on the risks to 

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Trio of Walleye Fishermen Nets $6000 Fine – Wawa-news.com

Trio of Walleye Fishermen Nets $6000 Fine
Wawa-news.com
Trio of Walleye Fishermen Nets $6,000 Fine. Written by Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. Thursday, 19 September 2013 06:48. Three Chelmsford men have been fined a total of $6,000 for fishing quota violations. Joel Rouleau, Ryan Lalonde and Guy 

Skarlis Rewires for Crappie Classic – WalleyeFIRST

Skarlis Rewires for Crappie Classic
WalleyeFIRST
This year will be no exception for the highly decorated, veteran touring walleye pro Tommy Skarlis. Other than the fact that he and crappie fishing partner Kyle Steinfeldt have qualified for the prestigious Bass Pro Shops Crappie Masters Classic

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Detroit’s Water Renaissance: Detroit’s walleye fishing industry nets millions – Great Lakes Echo


Great Lakes Echo

Detroit's Water Renaissance: Detroit's walleye fishing industry nets millions
Great Lakes Echo
Water attracted early settlers to Detroit and water fueled its growth. Now it's an important asset to the city's recovery. We continue to explore the challenges and opportunities for Detroit's waterfront in our series “Detroit's Water Renaissance.” So

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September 20, 2013 at 5:00 pm

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