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Deep-sea fishing rods are the main equipment for catching fish. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned fisherman, the right fishing rod for your deep-sea expedition can make all the difference in your adventure and can help you catch more fish.

Deep-sea fishing rods come in a variety of sizes and colors. They are mostly graphite rods and have a handle to hold them. You can test the grip of the rod by holding it and ensuring that the handle fits snugly in your palm. The length of the rod for…


The tullibee – foundation for walleye, muskies – in peril
The Minnesota Department and the healthiest lakes they inhabit. The effort isn’t all that sexy. Much of it aims to protect scattered non-lakefront forested parcels — many privately owned with little prospect of public access.

Midwest Fishing Report: Lakes and rivers around Chicago fishing
Ice fishing, rarely this universal heading into March, and the opening of Braidwood Lake to fishing leads this Midwest Fishing Report. I will usually post the sprawling, raw-file online version of the MFR, which appears condensed on the Sun-Times outdoors

Walleye banquet
Games and social hour start at 5 p.m. and dinner is at 7 p.m. There will be games, door prizes, auction items, a raffle, fishing trips and all-you-can-eat walleye. Tickets are $35 per person. For more information, tickets or sponsor information

Carlson column: Go north to catch your fill of walleye
Even though we are changing the rules in our part of the state, the border waters in northern Minnesota remain open for walleye and sauger through April 14. Of the big water lakes found on our northern border with Canada, one fishery stands out

Fish Report: Anglers catching walleye off Catawba Island, Magee Marsh
CATAWBA ISLAND — Despite the brief warmup last week, there is still good Lake Erie ice for fishing, a local bait shop manager said. Anglers are headed onto the ice on the west side of Catawba Island about 3 miles out, said Howard Catley

Vandergoot addresses fishermen on study of walleye movement in Lake Erie
HOPE — Far away from the big waters of Lake Erie, miles and miles from any walleye habitat to talk to the crowd of 84 who had gathered about an inter-agency study now under way to monitor the movement of fish within the Great Lakes, and in particular

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February 26, 2014 at 6:00 am

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