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I’ve been fishing for over 50 years and even more frequently in the last 10 years; during this time I have learned a lot of countless things about fishing in general. The most important is that you can never know it all. Even a novice can show an old timer a trick or two.

Over the years I’ve seen hundreds of anglers come to the areas I fish full of enthusiasm and determination and they end up leaving frustrated and confused. With just a little advice this could have made for a better experie…


DNR: Walleye Survival, Not Reproduction is the Problem in Mille Lacs
but also with a homemade fish release prototype he thinks could help. “I’m just concerned about the lake for the future, for my family, and siblings and so forth,” he said. The DNR presented data showing that walleye reproduction in Mille Lacs is good.

Camp Walleye takes kids fishing on Tiber
Forty-nine kids caught 526 fish during Camp Walleye held Aug. 15-17 at Tiber Reservoir. The annual camp, now in its 14th year, invites children ages 11-15 to go fishing while also learning more important lessons, such as leaving alcohol and drugs out of

Mike Bleech: Tough day for a walleye tournament
Travis, in his mid-20s, gives credit to Wagner, who is closing in on his 70th birthday, for teaching him so much about fishing for walleye on Lake Erie. Wagner is quick to say that Travis has learned a lot on his own. Humble winners says much toward their

Jumbos highlight Lake Erie perch fishing — Fishing Report for Aug. 29
Walleye are harder to find and catch, with the best action recently off Conneaut, Ashtabula and Vermilion. Inland anglers are catching lots of catfish, with the panfish and bass bite slowly improving. The good channel catfish fishing has anglers hitting

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Written by eveningsecret

August 30, 2014 at 9:00 am

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