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Evening Secret Blog – Crappie Fishing Tips!

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Crappie fishing can be one of the most satisfying sports on the planet… if it’s properly done. Knowing some good Crappie fishing tips can dramatically increase your catch rate, which means more fun on the water, and more food on the table! So, let’s get started!Crappies are opportunistic feeders and will smash an array of baits (or imitations), like crayfish, worms, and minnows. However, most crappie fisherman would agree, that these fish LOVE minnows – or minnow imitations, for that matter. A…


How Many Rigs Are Too Many?
How many striped bass rigs do you take with you? When I am jump-fishing for striped bass, I take at least four rods rigged and ready to go with me, and have the close at hand. Jump fishing is fast and furious, and you don’t want to waste time re-rigging a rod when the action […]

More facts about largemouth bass
There are several facts about the largemouth bass that you may find interesting. That information can help you to improve your fishing strategy and to also have more fun with your outings. The largemouth fish is a type of black bass, and it belongs to the sunfish family. They are native of North America. This […]

Mangler Lure has Instant Spin Blade Design
I have never seen a spinnerbait like this. Its inline design is sleek and eye catching, but thats not what immediately grasps your attention.

Can you tell me some facts about largemouth bass for my school project, please
Can you tell me some facts about largemouth bass for my school project, please? There is so much to share about largemouth bass, but not sure what your project entails. I can give you some basics here. I also suggest you go online to get plenty great facts that can make your project very educational. […]

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February 28, 2014 at 5:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Salmon Fishing Tips

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I have had the pleasure of fishing for salmon in Alaska. It was a thrilling experience!
To see 3 feet long Silver’s in a stream surrounded by 10,000+ foot mountains is something you dream about.
If you have fished for salmon anywhere and they are spawning you know they aren’t all that easy to catch as they aren’t feeding only intent on
running up stream to their spawning spot. So it takes some patience and good timing as well as knowing where and when they are running.
But for any fisherman,…


Lund Expands its Crossover Category – WalleyeFIRST

Lund Expands its Crossover Category
WalleyeFIRST
New York Mills, Minn. – (Feb. 24, 2014) When Lund unveiled its first true “sport utility boat”, the 1875 Crossover XS, two years ago, fishing families caught sight of the new model at numerous boat shows across the country. The new model was extremely 

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Perch Patrol Fishing Report : Wednesday, February 26 – WalleyeFIRST

Perch Patrol Fishing Report : Wednesday, February 26
WalleyeFIRST
Perch Patrol Fishing Report : Wednesday, February 26. Perch Patrol Published February 26, 2014. Humma Momma what a week! Now that is some perch fishing at its best. We are having our best luck fishing the basins in any where from 36 to 48

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Mille Lacs walleye quota for 2014 will be lowest ever – Minneapolis Star Tribune


Minneapolis Star Tribune

Mille Lacs walleye quota for 2014 will be lowest ever
Minneapolis Star Tribune
The walleye harvest on Lake Mille Lacs, the state's most popular walleye fishing destination, will be cut to the lowest level ever this summer. The Department of Natural Resources said Friday that the harvest quota will be just 60,000 pounds beginning
DNR says 2014 Mille Lacs walleye limit will be similar to 2013St. Cloud Times
Mille Lacs: Safe Harvest levels set; angling rules similar to 2013 anticipatedBrainerd Daily Dispatch
DNR says this year's Mille Lacs walleye regulations will be similar to 2013Budgeteer
Rick Kupchella’s BringMeTheNews
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Warm weather, winds making area ice angling difficult: D’Arcy Egan’s Fishing … – The Plain Dealer

Warm weather, winds making area ice angling difficult: D'Arcy Egan's Fishing
The Plain Dealer
The ice cover is still fairly good off Crane Creek State Park and the Magee Marsh Wildlife Area, but fishermen will find many patches of dangerous ice. Check the ice thickness often. The walleye fishing has been good in those areas, but melting snow

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Paul Nelson: Walleye fishing typically improves late in the season in Bemidji … – Bemidji Pioneer

Paul Nelson: Walleye fishing typically improves late in the season in Bemidji
Bemidji Pioneer
Walleye fishing typically starts to improve again toward the end of the season. The season for walleyes and other gamefish species closes at midnight on Feb. 23. There are extended seasons for walleyes, sauger and northern pike on many border waters, 

Einhouse speaks to Southtowns Walleye Association – Evening Observer


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Einhouse speaks to Southtowns Walleye Association
Evening Observer
According to Einhouse the DEC has been conducting a long-term monitoring program to chart the progress or regress of several of the most popular fish species in Lake Erie, including walleye and yellow perch. With the aid of slides Einhouse showed the 

Amish anglers warm up with Lake Erie walleye presentation: Outdoor Notes – The Plain Dealer

Amish anglers warm up with Lake Erie walleye presentation: Outdoor Notes
The Plain Dealer
Supervisor Chris Vandergoot of the Ohio Division of Wildlife's Lake Erie Fisheries Unit in Sandusky outlines a new telemetry study to a group of Amish anglers in Mt. Hope that is allowing Ohio fisheries experts to follow migration patterns of Lake Erie
Feb. 26 to March 2: Banner ice fishing year continuesThe Post-Standard (blog)
Weekly Iowa DNR Fishing ReportKIWARadio.com
Fishing report: Feb. 27Statesman Journal
ABQ Journal –Mason City Globe Gazette
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February 28, 2014 at 4:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Alaska King Salmon Fishing

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The King Salmon is correctly referred to as Chinook, but others call it Tyee, Chub, Hook Bill (for males), Winter Salmon, and Blackmouth. It is an anadromous fish, meaning it makes regular migrations whether daily or annual with distance ranging from several meters to a thousand. The king salmon typically have blue green hue with silvery sides. From juvenile and entering the ocean habitat it changes hues, first from dark blotched green then to dark blue green. But how did the King Salmon earned …


What was the biggest bass caught in Mass?
What was the biggest bass caught in Mass? The biggest bass on record for Massachusetts was recorded in 1975. It was caught in Sampson Pond by Walter Bolonis. This fish weighed 15 pounds and 8 ounces. There have been other reports of different fish caught but they haven’t been verified. This can be tough for […]

Arkansas bass fishing tournaments
There are some really spectacular bass fishing tournaments that take place in the state of Arkansas. If you live in this region then you should be finding out about them so you can attend. You may want to travel to this area so that you can participate in some of them as well. The internet […]

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February 27, 2014 at 4:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – 6 Things Every Angler Should Have In Their Fishing Vest

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If you’re the type of angler that I am, you where a fishing vest. And if you don’t?..you should. Fishing vests are much more convenient than lugging around a tackle box. Flea flickers have been using fishing vests for years, but my fishing mentor used a fishing vest and he was no flea flicker. I’ve been using a fishing vest for years and I wouldn’t go fly fishing if you paid me. My point is that fishing vests aren’t just for fly fishermen anymore. When you get out on the water, you need to…


What is a crappie derby?
A crappie derby can be a great deal of fun, and also a challenge. It can be something you do alone or a great family outing. Many of them have divisions for children as well as adults. It can be a time for bonding and for meeting new people. The best part is that they […]

What are the best ways to check out crappie guides?
What are the best ways to check out crappie guides? Always check out crappie guides so that you are able to get great results. You want the experience to be wonderful for you. If you have friends or family that have gone on such a trip you can ask them what they liked about their […]

Where can I enter a crappie derby?
Where can I enter a crappie derby? Most crappie derbys have a limited amount of people that can participate in it. As a result, they require early sign up. This can be done through the mail or online. If you live close to where it will take place, there may be a local place you […]

Four fishing tips for walleye ice fishing
Many anglers hang up their fishing gear when the cold weather sets in but if you’re not ready to hang up your rods just because it’s cold outside, ice fishing is for you. Walleye ice fishing can be some of the most exciting you’ve ever had the pleasure of doing and with all the modern […]

Can you tell me where to find the lake Michigan perch fishing report
Can you tell me where to find the lake Michigan perch fishing report You can access the lake Michigan perch fishing report online. By doing so you will be able to see what is going on. You will be able to get information about the best times to fish, the best bait, and even any […]

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February 27, 2014 at 8:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Could This Be Heaven? A Personal Guide To Fishing The San Juan River

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They say fishing calms the soul and refreshes the spirit. Certainly, one can find truth in this by spending a day on the San Juan River.

Noted among the best tailwaters in the world, fly fishers annually trek across the globe just to throw a line in the 4.5 miles of quality water. Home to more than 80,000 trout, the San Juan is a place where 20 inch trout are abundant and your fishing skills are regularly tested. It?s a place where big trout play the game to win. A place where tiny flies and …


Swimming A Grub – BassResource.com (press release)

Swimming A Grub
BassResource.com (press release)
Favorite Bass:Largemouth; Favorite Lake or River:Lake Baccarac. Posted February 26 2014 – 05:03 PM. when i was a little one for ponds, my number one go to bait was a orange grub on a beetle spin set up. Bass, crappie and perch loved that little lure.

Best States To Live In For Bass Fishing – BassResource.com (press release)

Best States To Live In For Bass Fishing
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bass fishing bass fishing fish for bass. fishing tips. fish. Photo. Best States To Live In For Bass Fishing. Started by dam0007 , Feb 24 2014 08:34 PM. Page 1 of 2; 1; 2 · Next. Please log in to reply; Go to first unread post. 26 replies to this topic

Javascript Disabled Detected – BassResource.com (press release)

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am primarily a bass fisher. Be that as it may, I and my family are going on vacation to Avalon NJ this summer (mid June). We are all excited of course. I am wondering if anyone has any insight they'd like to share with me when it comes to fishing

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February 27, 2014 at 2:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Fishing Canada for Lake Trout

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Just the idea of battling a huge lake trout lures anglers to all the remote lakes as far north as the Arctic Circle in Canada. These areas yield many 30 to 40 pound lunker lake trout each year.
In some areas in Canada, the lake trout are also called Mackinaw or grey trout, but the most common nickname given lake trout is simply lakers. Lake trout resemble brook trout, except the tails of lake trout are deeply forked, while those of the brook trout are nearly square. Lake trout in the Great Lake…


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February 26, 2014 at 6:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Grand River Smallmouth Bass Fishing has Excellent Results with Platform Rafts

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Smallmouth bass fishing on the Grand River with platform rafts has added a new enjoyment to the sport of fishing in Paris. Normally the riverbanks cannot be walked because the land is privately owned and restricted. This forces fishermen to wade the boulder bottom and wrestle river current when angling for smallmouth bass in the Grand River. The use of platform rafts resolves the wading problem.

With platform rafting fisherman now have access to miles of shoreline with excellent smallmouth bass…


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February 26, 2014 at 12:00 pm

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