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Evening Secret Blog – Fishing Canada for Lake Trout

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Just the idea of battling a huge lake trout lures anglers to all the remote lakes as far north as the Arctic Circle in Canada. These areas yield many 30 to 40 pound lunker lake trout each year.
In some areas in Canada, the lake trout are also called Mackinaw or grey trout, but the most common nickname given lake trout is simply lakers. Lake trout resemble brook trout, except the tails of lake trout are deeply forked, while those of the brook trout are nearly square. Lake trout in the Great Lake…

3,500 walleye released in Rapid River
RAPID RIVER — Thursday afternoon, 3,500 walleye fish found a new home in Little Bay de Noc in Rapid River. For the fifth year, the Walleye Restoration Project has worked diligently to supplement the walleye population in the bays. The project began after

Walleye play tough, but lose opener
The Walleye play at the expansion Brampton Beast on Friday. The teams meet again in Ontario on Sunday, Oct. 26. FISH TALES: Cincinnati had three shots in the second period. The Walleye record for fewest shots allowed in a period is two (March 2

Red Lake, Minnesota Walleye Fish Fry – Sun. Oct. 26th
Father Jerry Rogers, pastor of St. Mary’s Mission in Red Lake, Minnesota will host a fish fry with fresh walleye on Sunday, Oct. 26th from 4pm to 7:30pm at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 537 S. York, Elmhurst, IL 60126. There will also be a “Split the

DNR: Michigan Fish Report
Although fishing can be really good this time of year the weather can make it difficult to get out and this year has been no exception. The inland waters should be good for walleye, pike, bass and panfish. Southeast Lower Peninsula Fishing Report Lake Erie

Fishing report for the week of Oct. 16
Shoreline anglers are doing well using worms and/or marshmallows, Powerbait or bead head nymphs. Fall walleye fishing is in full swing and fish are being caught mostly mid-reservoir using crankbaits or jigs (green, yellow or perch colored). Some yellow


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October 19, 2014 at 11:00 am

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