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Bladed Baits for Bronzebacks
Bladed Baits for Bronzebacks
Author: Rick Lawrence
Posted: 11/1/2018
This time of year is one of my favorites for catching some giant brown footballs, and one of my favorite baits to use is the Spinnerbait. But I think too many anglers are missing out on this opportunity. Like many of the smallmouth pros, I realized that most fishermen overlook the obvious, a smallmouth isn't a largemouth. They mistakenly view the smallmouth as simply a color variation of the large...
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Hunting and Fishing - so Very Alike...
Hunting and Fishing - so Very Alike...
Author: Michael Carey
Posted: 11/1/2018
Anglers know fishing has its seasons. We follow various fisheries, enjoying certain times of year for one type of fishing, looking forward to other opportunities with the progression of the year. Springtime trout and walleye transition to springer fishing, transitioning to summer chinook, fall coho, and so it goes. The changing of the leaves to bright reds and oranges signals for me a traditi...
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Walleye Jigging on the Columbia River
Walleye Jigging on the Columbia River
Author: Davey Brown
Posted: 10/1/2018
This year I had the opportunity to attend Fish Camp up on the Columbia River. Fish Camp is a media event where several media types are invited from around the country. The event takes place at Peach Beach Camp Park in Goldendale Washington along the famed Columbia River. The goal every year is to get up and spend some time with a variety of media folks and talk about and demo new products while...
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Turning Household Items into Fishing Gear!
Turning Household Items into Fishing Gear!
Author: Michael Carey
Posted: 10/1/2018
I’m cheap. Well, OK, maybe I’m being too harsh. I’m – frugal. Especially when it comes to things I can do myself for a fraction of the cost of buying it. When it comes to fishing I like to save money on items I can make in order to spend the money on things I can’t. With that in mind, I present to you several fishing items that I make rather than buy. Bottomfish Lures Anyone that bottom...
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High Water Coho
High Water Coho
Author: Jason Brooks
Posted: 10/1/2018
The Pacific Northwest is known for its rainy season which usually begins in mid-October and doesn’t seem to stop until May. Anglers also know that the rain brings fish into the rivers but can make it difficult to fish for them. Stained water that is rising and pushing into back eddy’s, sloughs, creeks and making it hard to fish. Unless you know how to fish the high water and then you don’t mind th...
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9 Pro Tips & Tricks To Master Fishing in the Rain
9 Pro Tips & Tricks To Master Fishing in the Rain
Author: Ben Team for Outdoor Empire
Posted: 10/1/2018
Anglers enjoy a pretty neat luxury, which few other outdoor enthusiasts can: Rainy weather won’t necessarily ruin your day. In fact, rain can often improve your chances of catching fish, in a number of different ways. The next time you notice dark clouds rolling in, grab your fishing gear and head out to your favorite fishing spot ( and take your kids with you ). If you employ the nine tips a...
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KOKANEE CATCHING ON COEUR D’ALENE LAKE
KOKANEE CATCHING ON COEUR D’ALENE LAKE
Author: Benita Galland
Posted: 10/1/2018
Have you ever spent most of the day trolling or casting for an uncooperative fish, only to end up with little or nothing to show for it? Then, to add insult to injury, some “wise” person consoles with the phrase “well, that’s why they call it fishing, not catching.” We all know that fishing is a fantastic way to get out and enjoy a day on the water, but sometimes it is just nice to go catching...
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Mauk Fishing Stuff Goes To Washington D.C.
Mauk Fishing Stuff Goes To Washington D.C.
Author: Mike Mauk
Posted: 9/6/2018
White House Calling -yeah right! Friday June 29,2018, started out like it usually does, I was busy getting ready for the 4th of July Parade that I was the coordinator for with the Brewster Chamber of Commerce. I received a phone call and caller ID said unknown number, well I usually let the machine pick up those calls but since I was getting calls from people asking about the parade I answer...
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Ten Rules of Coho Trolling
Ten Rules of Coho Trolling
Author: Mike Carey
Posted: 9/6/2018
September is a special time for me. Like the change in the weather, I can feel a change in myself, a pent up anticipation that has slowly been building over the summer and like clockwork bursts forth in full bloom. It’s coho time in Puget Sound! Yes, this is a great time of the year to be a salmon angler in Puget Sound, if the runs are strong and the fishing is open. Last year was unique in tha...
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Kokanee University: Part 4
Kokanee University: Part 4
Author: Gary Gordon
Posted: 9/6/2018
The Saga of the Well-Schooled Kokanee Continues... One year later KOKANEE and DUDE meet back up. KOKANEE is enjoying one his favorite on-line books “The Role of Expectation in Fishing – How to Stay Focused.” KOKANEE: Well I see you are a bit older. Do I see some whiskers among that peach fuzz? DUDE: Yeah. I see you are getting a bit long in the tooth yourself. KOKANEE: Thanks for not noti...
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The Ten Best Smallmouth Lures Ever Made
The Ten Best Smallmouth Lures Ever Made
Author: Rick Lawrence
Posted: 9/6/2018
The Smallmouth Bass is one of the most exciting fish to catch that swims. Whether it be on a Crankbait , topwater. Soft plastic or a jerkbait Smallies can really put up a battle. Here are the ten best Smallies lures ever made #10 The Rebel Pop R Nothing in fishing is more thrilling then having a big Smallmouth Bass blowing up on a topwater lure. This is one lure that I love to fish f...
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Carp Bait Comparison: The Top Options for Your Carp-Catching Needs
Carp Bait Comparison: The Top Options for Your Carp-Catching Needs
Author: Ben Team for Outdoor Empire
Posted: 9/6/2018
Carp have long been a popular gamefish in Europe and parts of Asia, but they’ve largely been ignored by North American anglers. However, this is beginning to change, and many US-based anglers are beginning to open their eyes to the fun these fish provide. However, fishing for carp is quite different than fishing for bass, bluegill and trout (although it does have a few similarities to catfish...
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