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It may sound silly to say that Inland Northwest anglers have discovered ?Esox? fishing. After all, the ?Northern Pike? and its half brothers and sisters, the ?Tiger Musky?, have been around this neck of the woods for several years. Northern Pike were illegally introduced into the lateral lakes of the Coeur d?Alene river system in the 1970?s with a mature pike fishery being pretty much established throughout all of Lake Coeur d?Alene by the 1980?s. There is also a well-established Pike populat…


Jim Sutton’s Fishing Report: Crappie spawn’s not good; sheepshead, bluefish … – St. Augustine Record

Jim Sutton's Fishing Report: Crappie spawn's not good; sheepshead, bluefish
St. Augustine Record
Most everyone's been looking for the surge of speckled perch this week. December is normally the first great month to find them concentrating up to spawn. The full moon in December is exactly when they're most expected to do it. Add in the two icy

Fishing Forecast: Lake Norman looks good for bass, Wateree for crappie – Charlotte Observer

Fishing Forecast: Lake Norman looks good for bass, Wateree for crappie
Charlotte Observer
Lakes Norman and Wateree appear the most promising for anglers seeking to start the New Year with good fishing. Largemouth and spotted bass continue to strike well at Norman, where it took five fish weighing 17 1/2 pounds to win a local tournament a
Fishing ReportMonroe News Star
Fishing report: Jan. 2The Tennessean

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Capt. Senecal | Crappie fishing gets more challenging as spawning begins – Bradenton Herald


Bradenton Herald

Capt. Senecal | Crappie fishing gets more challenging as spawning begins
Bradenton Herald
Crappie fishing at the beautiful Lake Manatee this past week was made difficult by blustery winds that we had daily associated with the numerous fronts that came our way. We were still able to produce some nice slabs in the 14-inch range, but numbers

Northeast Florida is hot spot for reeling in crappie – Florida Times-Union


Florida Times-Union

Northeast Florida is hot spot for reeling in crappie
Florida Times-Union
No freshwater fish is more sought after by Floridians than crappies, and the best fishing of the year for “speckled perch” is now, in winter, a time when many other fish species are not so readily available. Live Missouri or fathead minnows account for

Mosby: Winter can mean good crappie action – Log Cabin Democrat

Mosby: Winter can mean good crappie action
Log Cabin Democrat
For a handful, maybe just a small handful, of fishermen in our area, the arrival of winter and the approach of a new year means crappie action. Yep, winter crappie fishing is something of a specialty, and it can be productive for anglers with
Building a habitat for fishPryor Daily Times
The Outdoors: Cuts at Oxley, Christmas crappie trees and public comments soughtTulsa World (blog)
Christmas trees to be collected for fish habitatMuskogee Daily Phoenix

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Written by eveningsecret

January 12, 2014 at 9:00 am

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