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  1. Fishing for Salmon? Do You Know the Different Salmon Species? By Garry Gamber
    Did you know that there are five species of Pacific salmon and one species of Atlantic salmon? Further, did you know that all 5 species of Pacific salmon run wild in Alaska?We’re proud of our wild salmon here in Alaska, and rightly so. On the one hand the wild salmon are great sport fish and we Alaskans love to spend gorgeous summer weekends challenging them.On the other hand our commercial fisheries are healthy and self-sustaining. They are able to catch enough wild salmon to satisfy most …


  2. Just What Is the Stream Trout? By Ken Austin
    The term stream trout is actually a term used to encompass any of the stream trout. Brown trout, rainbow trout, and brook trout are all called stream trout because they like the running waters. But, stream trout do not have to be found in streams. This sounds strange but it's quite simple. By putting stream trout species into lakes, the fish can grow larger and offer more to the fisherman. And, in many cases, that is just what fisheries do.Stream trout fishing on the other hand is a term used …


  3. Bass Tactics For Delaware's Lums Pond By Steven Vonbrandt
    Lums Pond, located just off Rt. # 71, in Kirkwood Delaware, is a 190 acre state park, with a very shallow launching ramp, and has room for about 25-30 vehicles with trailers in the main lot by the launching ramp. There is a daily fee at sate parks, or a yearly pass can be purchased at any of the park offices.This is a prime location for bass anglers in the spring and summer, and receives fairly heavy fishing pressure, from weekend anglers and tournament fisherman. Although it has a lot of pres…


  4. Find and Catch Those Pesky Fish with a Garmin 240 Fish Finder By Niall Kennedy
    Garmin 240 Fish Finder Depthfinder with Transducer - a reviewThe lakes that I normally fish are deep and quite rocky, and I have been delighted with the performance of the Garmin 240 Fish Finder, which gives a clear picture of what lies below. The image of the bottom shows great detail, and if it is showing fish presence then you can guarantee they will be there. It does a good job of indicating non-fishlines as well. It is at its best when performing in deep water, but perhaps isn't as impres…


  5. Fancy Catching Something Slightly Different? How About an Angler Fish? By Suzanne Hodnett
    The true Angler Fish lives in both shallow and deep water and there is regularly confusion over their identity as either Angler Fish or Monkfish. It is more a case that there is more than one variety of both and at some point the two species cross over. Some Angler Fish can legitimately be called Monkfish and vice versa, but then again, there are some Monkfish (although equally entitled to the name) which are actually from the Shark family. To go into that further would involve getting into th…


  6. Ever Said: We Should Have Caught Bass By Now? By Charles White
    Have you ever been on a lake and thought to yourself or said to your fishing partner, "We should have caught some fish by now"? Well, maybe it's time to downsize. One reason to downsize is when the bass are going through the stages between spawn and postspawn like they are now in Ohio. We all have heard big lures catch big bass and that is true but there is a time when large lures just don't cut it. When the bass are in the spawn to postspawn transition find the warmest water on the lake and t…


  7. We Can Put A Fish On The Moon By A.J. Klott
    This aint exactly rocket scientry boys...I picked up a copy of The Oregonian this morning and read a story about how the ocean conditions this year are killing off seabirds in record numbers. Murres and cormorants are washing up on shore like pieces of Northwestern forest driftwood, mainly due to starvation.Most biologists are blaming a lack of cooling ocean winds which are causing warmer Pacific ocean temperatures, which are causing a lack of phytoplankton production, (which then need to stir…


  8. The Frugal Fisherman: Part II By A.J. Klott
    For those of you that don't know this, fishermen by nature are a frugal lot.Being penny wise and pound foolish is standard fare, and I am no different.I recently noticed that the felt soles on my wading boots had become worn out on the bottom. I found this out the hard way,of course, discovering this while fishing on the river, going into my rendition of the "slick rock disco", and falling into "the drink".You would think I would have noticed that my felt soles had worn out and that I was now …


  9. Photographing Your Trophy Fish By Tukto Lodge
    When it comes to catch and release lakes, it is important for you to be ready to catch your fish, take a prize-winning shot and release your giant back into the water for others to enjoy. Before setting out on your trophy trout fishing trip with your fishing partner or guide, keep these few photo tips in mind.Bring along a good, reliable camera. It doesn't matter if it is digital or 35 mm, but make sure it has an automatic focus feature. Most casual photographers don't need the pressure of adj…


  10. Finding Trophy Bass By Charles White
    Have you ever noticed some people have all the luck when it comes to catching huge bass? Maybe, it's not luck at all, it is most likely they know where to look for the lunkers and what the big bass need to survive. Bass continue growing their whole life but when you have the right elements, they can grow to be monsters.Big bass needs an abundance of food,shad, crawfish and shiners all are good food for bass and it has to be plentiful.Bass need warm water to grow to be monsters, this makes the…


  11. Fly Fishing – I Know Knot What I Do By Richard Chapo
    When it comes to fly fishing, tying a knot is not the most glamorous of subjects. Without a knot, however, you’ll not be snatching the Muskie of your dreams.Fly Fishing KnotsFirst thing first, we need to get the lingo down since we wont be using illustrations in this article. Three basic terms will cover practically any aspect of the knot tying process. “Tag end” refers to the last ten inches of so of line you are holding in your hand, to wit, the pointy part you will be pushing through and wr…


  12. Update Alaska: News From The Front By A.J. Klott
    Stopped into The Fishin' Hole the other day, which happens to be one of my favorite fishing tackle/outfitter/sandwich shops. (Talk about your one stop shopping!!)I was looking for a good 8 weight line to take to Alaska.What I came away with was an update from about four different people who had just returned from Alaska.Now, for those of you that have been following my upcoming maiden trip to The Last Frontier -you know that I am headed up there in a week from now. So it was nice to hear some …


  13. Concentrate on Your Fishing By Charles White
    I was watching a TV Show with Bill Dance and he was talking about concentration. I thought well this is going to be a boring show but of course, it wasn't. Matter of fact it made sense. Bill says Concentration not only makes you a better fishermen but also helps you forget your daily woes.Learn something from every cast. When you get a strike.....analyze it. What was the cover? What was the lure speed? What retrieve did you use? What was the water temperature? What was the depth of the strik…


  14. Orlando Florida Fishing - "Redfish Capital of the World" By Tom Carver
    When visitors think of Orlando and Central Florida, they imagine the exciting attractions, breath-taking roller coasters, and swimming with the dolphins. What many people don't know is that fishing in the Orlando, Florida area is just as exciting. The Central Florida East Coast is also named the "Redfish Capital of the World". The area is beautiful, quiet, and relaxing. It offers visitors a different experience of Central Florida and the Orlando area.Orlando inshore saltwater fishing is…


  15. Fly Fishing: A Perfect Family Past Time By Shell Gellner
    In the hustle and bustle of day to day living in the 21st century, many people have their eyes open for activities that provide a much needed break from rushed routines. In this regard, when it comes to a sport that can be enjoyed by all members of a family, many people turn to fly fishing. Fly fishing has enjoyed continuous popularity with people of all ages -- from senior citizens to children who have barely learned to walk.What many people do not realize is that fly fishing is actually an a…


  16. How To Catch Largemouth Bass By Tim Lee
    Six strategies for a good day's fishing(1) Largemouth Bass like plastic worms. Purchase a variety of colours from clear to bright and in varying shades. If fish don't seem to be biting on one colour then switch for something lighter, and if they're still not biting, go for a worm darker than your original. Generally, it depends on the water colour, time of day and temperature.(2) Largemouth Bass like man-made or natural structure so look for them around jetty pylons, treefall and rock formatio…


  17. The Secret About Night Fishing Line By Daniel Eggertsen
    The Best Type Of Line For Night FishingHere is a topic that is often debated between night fishermen. Depending on how you like to fish at night, here is what you should look for in general:If you are going to be fishing with a blacklight, you will want to be sure you spool up a clear blue fluorescent line. The clear blue is especially made to work well with blacklight night fishing, so it is highly recommended.When you go night fishing, never use a line that is less than 20lb test. 20lb is…


  18. Grandpa's Pond By A.J. Klott
    We can learn alot from kids.Last Friday, which incidently was St. Jean Baptiste Day in Quebec, was also the day we decided to have Grandpa's Pond day in Shady Cove, Oregon.Everything went off just as planned. In Shady Cove, anyway.A beautiful early summer day, this is the annual "take the kids fishing and make sure they catch fish day", that we have to help build interest and enthusiasm towards fishing for our little ones.The pond is not large, and really is a watering hole for the few head of…


  19. Saltwater Fishing Tips By Frank Faldo
    Get Rid Of SharksSharks buggin’ you? To get rid of them pour some fish blood on a paper towel or newspaper and roll it into a ball. Toss it overboard and the sharks will follow it with the current.Many anglers move much too quickly from spot to spot. Many times a hot spot is passed right over. Don’t just cast out a couple times and move on – probe it thoroughly from the deepest point right up to the most shallow. Try at least two different lures/bait.Fishing on the perimeterAlways try the…


  20. Night Boat Fishing Checklist By Daniel Eggertsen
    Boat Fishing At Night ChecklistHere is an easy checklist of items you will need before you head out for a night fishing trip.** Two Flashlights with new batteries in each.-Sure enough, one of those flashlights is not going to work when you get out on the water. Of course, this usually happens when you only have one flashlight with you.** Pair of needle nose pliers-Since it is harder to see your line at night than during the day, you have a greater chance of hooking the fish deeper than usual …


  21. Fit The Fishing Rod To The Fishing Task By Ron King
    See yourself standing on the bank of a swiftly moving stream in the shade of a gnarled willow, your fishing rod bent beneath the weight of an unusually large catch.Whether or not you land that fish depends on the decisions you made at the shop -- primarily the type of rod.The ABCs Of Fishing RodsYour rod is the most important tool you will use while fishing, and you can chose from a wide range of types, styles and lengths.A fishing rod is a shaft of graphite, fiberglass, steel, wood or bamboo …


  22. On The Road...With Jack Karpawack By A.J. Klott
    Jack Karpawack here.I've taken to the road...Life can be simple,and life can be hard on the road, but mainly it just makes your butt hurt having to drive so far to pursue the call of the fish.I'd like to say I am in some hip chic coffee house this morning, getting a pulse on the urban mainstream here in Twin Falls Idaho, but............I'm writing from a not so cheap motel-because free internet access doesn't come cheap-ya know. (And my wife and daughter wouldn't have it any other way) Specifi…


  23. Lifelong Angler By Ken Mcbroom
    My journeys thus far have led me down many paths and with many anglers across this great land of ours. One person that comes to mind is a man named Ed Pease. Ed is 77 years young to date and still going strong. He makes his way to Alaska each fall in pursuit of Rainbows and Silver Salmon. I met Ed personally after seeing him casting a fly into one of his favorite runs. It was depicted in a watercolor hanging on the wall of Gigglewood Lakeside Inn, a Bed and Breakfast where I was staying t…


  24. Fishing Charter "Need To Know" By Kent Walters
    There are several elements that go into creating the ideal charter fishing experience. The most important of these elements are not within the control of the charter service, captain, or the customers:THE WEATHER: By weather, I am not just talking about rain, hail, sleet, snow, fog and other forms of precipitation. I'm talking about wind, and its effect on the water. Depending on the boat, the size of the waves will determine if and how far out you can go. This is actually one of the huge adva…


  25. Where To Find 10 Fly Fishing Tips In A Single Paragraph By Donald Berthiaume
    When looking for information on how to fly fish, fly fishing tips or fly fishing techniques, many anglers, or anglers to be,who limit their search to books or material written ithin the last few years or decades are short-changing themselves.Fact is, many anglers continue to miss out on great fly fishing information by not reaching back into the rich history of the sport and seeking the advice and wisdom of true fly fishing pioneers.Now when I say pioneers, I'm talking about the guys who didn'…






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