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I’ve never been much of a fisherman. Sitting in a small boat for hours watching a red and white bobber float atop the water holds about as much interest for me as watching paint dry. My old man, on the other hand, would have rather fished than breathe. In fact, his favorite Bible quote was: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and he’ll sit in the boat and drink beer with you for life.” Needless to say, my old man wasn’t much of a Bible scholar, but he was one heck …

Plastic Baits Left In The Lake
To do harm to a fish, plastic baits must be ingested. Most game fish such as bass, walleye and pike are not scavengers and most likely will not pick garbage off the lake/river bottom and eat it. Scavengers have a very good sense of smell/taste and will

Fishing Line
Angostura Reservoir: Despite a drop in water temperature, which usually spurs fishing activity, not a lot happening as walleye bite has dropped off in recent weeks. Anglers are having some success landing crappies with most of the activity situated in bays

An employee from Gallon Bait stocks the Chetek chain with walleye
Walleyes for Chetek purchased and stocked 4,000 juvenile walleye into the Chetek chain at the Pokegama boat landing Monday, Sept. 22. The walleyes were hatched, raised and delivered to Chetek by Gollon Bait & Fish Farm, of Dodgeville. Pictured is employee

MYHRE: There is something special about Cap’s Special
A 2-pound walleye inhaled it in 4 feet of water just off Stoney Point on Storm Lake. One cast, one fish. Special, indeed. When the day was over I had a limit of walleyes, several white bass and even a couple of channel catfish, just about everything Storm

14,350 walleye stocked in Island Pond
BRIGHTON – The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife says Island Pond in the Northeast Kingdom has become a destination for anglers seeking to catch walleye. The Island Pond walleye population was first established through stocking roughly a century


Written by eveningsecret

September 26, 2014 at 4:00 am

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