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Fishing in Alaska is a dream come true for many an angler. The air and environment is clear and beautiful. The water is sparkling and what lies in that water is what has hundreds of people flocking to the state for the best fishing of their life. It is not unheard of to land a 35 pound King Salmon here and you will be amazed at the fish that are teaming in the waters.
In fact, you can catch that king salmon at up to weights of 50 pounds! You’ll also find huge fish including halibut, northern pik…


Fishing Report – Monroe News Star


Monroe News Star

Fishing Report
Monroe News Star
Crappie are to fair fishing jigs or shiners around the grass beds. Bass are fair on spinners and floating worms in the moss. Bream are fair. For latest information, contact the Honey Hole at 323-8707. CANEY LAKE: The crappie seem to be moving up with

Below the Waterline: The time is now for fall crappie fishing – Bloomington Pantagraph

Below the Waterline: The time is now for fall crappie fishing
Bloomington Pantagraph
Equipment for crappie fishing can be less expensive than bass fishing gear and always includes light line, small hooks and crappie tubes. Many anglers use minnows. Spinning gear and long poles by makers such as B&M are also good for dipping baits in …
OUTDOORS: Fall fishing arrivesClarksville Leaf Chronicle

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Weekly fishing report – Monroe News Star

Weekly fishing report
Monroe News Star
BLACK BAYOU: Bream fishing has been fair on worms and crickets around the trees. Crappie are fair fishing jigs or shiners around the grass beds. Bass are best on spinners and floating worms. For latest information, contact the Honey Hole at 323-8707.
Texas Fishing ReportHouston Chronicle
Weekly Fishing Report for Area LakesBrownwood News (blog)

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Texas fishing report 9/25 – Tyler Morning Telegraph


Springfield News-Leader

Texas fishing report 9/25
Tyler Morning Telegraph
ATHENS: Water clear; 80-85 degrees; 1.52 feet low. Black bass are slow on green pumpkin shakyheads and finesse jigs. Crappie are good on minnows. Catfish are good on prepared bait and trotlines. BOB SANDLIN: Water clear; 81-85 degrees; 2.38 feet …
Inshore fishing in Carolinas producing well for red drum, flounder, troutCharlotte Observer
Central Texas Fishing ReportStephenville Empire-Tribune

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Power Jigging Crappie in Cover – Wired2Fish


Wired2Fish

Power Jigging Crappie in Cover
Wired2Fish
One of the first crappie fishing techniques most professional crappie anglers learned was vertical jigging, and the jolt of that first “thump” is what got most hooked on fishing. And while the crappie fishing on a lot of Midwestern and southern lakes

Fishing the Midwest: Fall is a good time for crappies – Ames Tribune

Fishing the Midwest: Fall is a good time for crappies
Ames Tribune
Walleyes, bass, northern pike and even muskies are particularly susceptible to an angler's presentation in the fall. Crappies are another species of fish that can be taken with regularity this time of year. If you want to catch crappies in the next

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Kentucky Team Pushes Their Way to Crappie Masters Championship – Wired2Fish


Wired2Fish

Kentucky Team Pushes Their Way to Crappie Masters Championship
Wired2Fish
The biggest tournament in crappie fishing, The Bass Pro Shops Crappie Masters National Championship, was held this past weekend in Washington County, Mississippi, where 157 teams descended on the 6 lakes deemed fishable waters, for a shot at …

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Written by eveningsecret

October 2, 2014 at 6:00 am

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