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Evening Secret Blog – Fly Fishing Reels

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Fly fishing is one of the fastest growing sports at the moment. Men and women both enjoy it and many participants say that the feeling they get from catching a fish is extraordinary. To be successful at fly fishing, it is necessary to have the proper equipment. One of the most important components of a fly fishing rig is the fishing reel. People who go to a large sporting goods store will be amazed by how many reels are there.

The fly reel is very important because it dictates how much contro…


Four bass fishing tips for beginners
Bass fishing combines relaxation with excitement to create a sport that has a little bit of everything. Catching bass is an exciting experience that keeps you alert and on your toes. Most all lakes and rivers are accompanied by beautiful scenery that creates a relaxing environment where you can kick back and let the worries […]

How to Nail Striped Bass Anywhere
Can you teach me how to catch striped bass? Striped bass in freshwater are large, aggressive, fast moving and far ranging predators. They two goals in life, to eat all the shad they can find, and make little striped bass. In freshwater lakes and rivers, striped bass form large schools that can travel more than […]

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September 30, 2014 at 10:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Enjoying Canada’s Fishing Opportunities

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Have you ever thought of taking an angling trip to Canada? Fishing in the great North can be exciting and rewarding in ways you?ve never expected. Canada is home to a wide variety of sport fish species, including salmon, bass, trout, pike, and walleye. Because Canada?s fish populations are less frequently harvested than many populations in the United States, your chances of landing a record-sized fish are greatly increased. From relaxed summer sport fishing to ice fishing, companies througho…



Sometimes bass fishing in a big lake can be overwhelming. Do you fish deep? Fish the banks? Are they out in open water? What? This will depend on the lake, the time of year, the time of day and many other factors such as air and water temperature. There is no short answer; no hard and fast rule. But mostly, to put yourself on fish, you are going to be looking for cover and structure. Cover is vegetation and things like that where bass can hide. Structure is things like drop offs, road beds, cr…

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September 30, 2014 at 10:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – How To Increase Your Catch With Good Bass Fishing Technique

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The question is often asked…Is it easy to fish for bass? You could ask this question to a hundred fisherman and half would respond yes and the other half no. Bass fishing technique will determine whether you are successful or not. Bass can be such an intelligent fish that you have to stay one step ahead of the game to be in the race.
Bass fishing technique incorporates several areas and no one technique is more important than the other. More so a combination of things with the one obvious aim…


sometimes I see but cant catch em why cant I
sometimes I see but cant catch em why cant I ? It is frustrating when you can see fish, but they aren’t even the least bit interested in what is on your line. There can be several reasons for this. First, the fish may not be hungry. Find out the best time of day, or […]

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September 30, 2014 at 3:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – A Few Tips For Your Fishing Charter Site

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Many times I have heard from a Captain that they can catch fish all day long but they aren’t so good on this computer stuff. While this doesn’t present a problem for some Captains, it does for many. The question you have to ask is “Do I get all the customers I want from the internet?”. For a few the answer will be yes because they are word of mouth, are good at computer stuff or have selected a good person to run their internet site. For the rest of the Captains the answer is probably no.
There …


Fish on: Seizing an opportunity to save the striped bass – Shelter Island Reporter


Shelter Island Reporter

Fish on: Seizing an opportunity to save the striped bass
Shelter Island Reporter
In April of 1989, New York instituted a size limit of 36 inches with one fish per angler per day. These restrictions up and down the coast allowed many more bass to reach breeding age and the fishery entered into a decade of improvement with many more

Centenary College Bass Fishing Club advances to FLW College Fishing … – The Star-Ledger

Centenary College Bass Fishing Club advances to FLW College Fishing
The Star-Ledger
Centenary College alumnus Evan Miles and Sophomore Lucas Bogosian, have advanced to the FLW College Fishing Northern Conference Invitational Tournament in Maryland this October. Miles and Bogosian recently made the seven-hour trip to Lake …

Vickroy: SD 230 bass fishing club casts eye toward future – SouthtownStar

Vickroy: SD 230 bass fishing club casts eye toward future
SouthtownStar
Led by John Bartgen, head bass fishing coach and a social studies teacher at Andrew High School, the group, which was scattered across six sleek bass boats, dropped 14 fish cribs into the water. Half of them formed a simulated weed line, or reef, while
District 230 fishing clubs help to keep lake healthyChicago Tribune

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First Bass Tournament – BassResource.com (press release)

First Bass Tournament
BassResource.com (press release)
After weeks of preparation and years of fishing just for fun, I was finally able to compete in my first bass tournament. I fish for my high school team, and this was our first tournament of the year on Weiss Lake, Alabama. At 5am, we registered then

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September 29, 2014 at 2:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Fishing Charters are Cheaper and More Fun!

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I used to have a boat. The first season I took it out almost every weekend. Then my Monday night job was to clean it up from the fun. My Friday night was to get it ready for the next weekend. That assumed I didn’t break anything or I had to fit that into my Tuesday through Thursday schedule. Yes, boating and fishing was a lot of fun and a full time hobby.
The money wasn’t a problem. I made a lot of money so the $367 monthly payment wasn’t a big deal. The gas I burned every weekend around $100 w…


Five fishing tips for northern pike anybody can use
When you’re searching for a fun and active game fish, the northern pike is a great choice. They look a little unusual but they will certainly make your fishing trip an exciting one. This fish has a slender body, long head and a snout. They have a white stomach, olive green sides, dark spots on […]

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September 28, 2014 at 4:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Halibut: Alaska Halibut Fishing For Barn Door Sized Fish

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Standing on deck allowing the wave action to bounce your weighted herring or plastic lure off the bottom a hundred or more feet below is called ringing the dinner bell. Halibut will travel hundreds of yards to investigate the thumping of your lead lure as it will swallow the noisy lure?

The recognized tug, tug, then a strong pull begins the underwater rodeo. The heavy one pound lead nose on a split tail white scampi bounces off the ocean floor actually calling the halibut to the lure. At 200 fo…


Book Festival gets positive reviews on Inner Harbor move – Baltimore Sun

Book Festival gets positive reviews on Inner Harbor move
Baltimore Sun
The National Aquarium's Ocean Exploration Stage will feature special animal encounters, interactive eco-programs and more at Area 10, between the Aquarium and the World Trade Center. Personally, we can't wait for author Josie Iselin's presentation at

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2014 Ryder Cup: Europe Hopes to Avoid Complacency Leads 10 to 6 – Golf Channel


Glasgow Evening Times

2014 Ryder Cup: Europe Hopes to Avoid Complacency Leads 10 to 6
Golf Channel
Maybe the secret formula also consists of accurate driving off the tee. Consistently hitting clutch … “When you're a captain, you go in with a plan,” he explained Saturday evening after his team posted a 3-0-1 record in the final foursomes session
McGinley makes Ferguson admissionBelfast Telegraph
Alex Ferguson unveiled as Ryder Cup team's inspirational speakerGlasgow Evening Times
Paul McGinley makes Sir Alex Ferguson admissionEvening Telegraph

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September 28, 2014 at 2:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Ever Have a Bad Day Fishing?

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Have you ever been on the water when the fish just ain’t biting? I know I have. Or at least these are the excuses I like to make.
“Ah, the fish just ain’t bitin’ today.”
or
“The water’s too muddy, or too clear, or too cold, or… — well, you get the point.
One thing I have learned is that “The fish ain’t biting scenario” may be a good excuse, but, it is just NOT TRUE!
That’s right!….. Somewhere in the body of water you are fishing there is some fish
that is willing to bite some lure or bai…


Island Pond Stocked With Walleye
Walleye, the fish many call the best eating species of all, were stocked in Island Pond this summer. The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department stocked 14,350 fish into the waters this summer. The stocking program was done to bolster what is becoming a walleye

Walleye spawn on Big Chip biggest since 2006
The Chippewa Flowage produced the largest natural year class of young walleye this year since 2006, according to a shock survey performed jointly this month by Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission

Island Pond becomes walleye fishing destination
The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife says Island Pond in the Northeast Kingdom has become a destination for anglers seeking to catch walleye. This season the department stocked 14,350 fish into the 600-acre lake as part of its effort to bolster the

Rhinelander man’s love of fishing turns into a career
When Ryan Jirik started fishing at the age of 3, no one could have guessed it would take him all the way to fishing as a Cabela’s Walleye Pro. By the age of nine, though, it was obvious to his dad he was really serious about it. He couldn’t wait to

What Causes the annual fall walleye run on the Rainy River
It is a tradition that has been taking place as long as folks have been keeping records. Fall walleye fishing on the Rainy River. Many anglers call this the most enjoyable, and some years, the best fishing of the year. Why are so many walleyes headed for

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September 27, 2014 at 7:00 pm

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