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Evening Secret Blog – Salmon Fishing Tip: Make Your Own Salmon Bait

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There are times when you just can?t find any suitable bait for salmon fishing. I?ve looked at some of the dried vacuum packed salmon eggs at sporting goods stores but frankly I think you may just be wasting your money trying to catch a salmon using that so called bait.The following is a recipe for tuna balls that really makes good salmon bait. I?ve caught fall salmon using tuna balls fished below bobbers in tidewaters. Also up river after fishing a hole for 15 to 20 minutes, I have switched to t…


Deep sea fishing could contribute to global warming
Scientists at the University of Southampton’s National Oceanography Centre have discovered that fish living in very deep water are responsible for removing and storing millions of tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere. If too many of them are caught then that

State urged to exploit deep sea potential
MEMBERS of Parliament have challenged the government to exploit the revenue potential of deep sea fishing and property tax instead of concentrating on the same sources of revenue. They said the two sources of alternative revenue that were suggested by the

Costa Rica Picture of the Day – Fishing for Sail Fish
Costa Rica is well known for it’s incredible deep sea fishing off the Pacific coast of the land of Pura Vida. Recently Quepos has featured an annual tournament called the Offshore World Championship. This photo below was taken during the 2013 tournament.

How Deep Sea Fish Put the Brakes on Global Warming: Report
A Fangtooth fish is displayed at the Natural History Museum in London, England. Despite the billions of tons of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases the industrialized world has pumped into the atmosphere over the past several decades, the planet hasn

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June 21, 2014 at 3:00 am

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