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Fly Fishing for Trout
I decided to start a blog on fishing because I enjoy fishing. I
have tried some fly fishing, but have always gone back to the
regular rod and reel. I haave fished in lakes, rivers, and
streams. The area I fished in the most was lakes.
The majority of the places were in Alaska, when I lived there. In
fact most of the time the fish I caught were thrown back again. I
fished more for the sport than anything else.
I moved to Oregon where I still fished, but not as often. T…


Carolinas fishing forecast: Murrells Inlet hot for spots, speckled trout – Charlotte Observer


Charlotte Observer

Carolinas fishing forecast: Murrells Inlet hot for spots, speckled trout
Charlotte Observer
Union County Lakes: Very good for crappie at Cane Creek Park on minnows fished 15 feet deep. However, the fish mostly are small. The others – Lakes Lee, Monroe and Twitty – are scheduled to close for the season on Friday. Yadkin-Pee Dee River Lakes: …
Texas Fishing report, 10/30/14San Angelo Standard Times

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HOW THEY’RE BITIN’: Southwest Georgia fishing – Nov. 8, 2014 weekend – The Albany Herald

HOW THEY'RE BITIN': Southwest Georgia fishing – Nov. 8, 2014 weekend
The Albany Herald
LAKE SEMINOLE ( * ): Bass fishing continues slow. Best bets now are up the rivers and creeks in the sloughs and backwaters. Flipping and frog-fishing are good techniques and jerk baits have paid off for some. Crappie fishing took a recent “dive” as

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Outdoors: Crappie time is here – The Daily Progress


Monroe News Star

Outdoors: Crappie time is here
The Daily Progress
First, maybe more so than any other freshwater species, crappie are depth-oriented fish. They find a comfortable depth and that's where they hang out – all of them. If you're fishing in eight feet of water and crappie are schooling at six feet, you're
FISHING LINERapid City Journal

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Fishing Report From The TRWA – The Chattanoogan


Kansas City Star

Fishing Report From The TRWA
The Chattanoogan
Most crappie are being caught on the lower end of the lake. Blowdowns, sunken brush, ledges, and docks are the more consistent areas. Some river bluff crappie are being caught. Jigs or minnows are being used. Striped bass: More fish were caught this
Fishing report for Oct. 17Richmond Times-Dispatch
Weekly Fishing Report for Area LakesBrownwood News (blog)

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Now is time for fall crappie – Alton Telegraph

Now is time for fall crappie
Alton Telegraph
Still, anglers who have already set aside their fishing tackle until next spring may be missing out on some of the finest crappie fishing action of the entire year. The the months of October, November and December generally bring excellent fishing

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Written by eveningsecret

November 8, 2014 at 9:00 pm

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