Jun 25

Outdoors Column: Tips for fishing success

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Most successful anglers of all ages will agree, and beginners need to know that plenty of trial and error goes into any fishing success. Countless […]

Original post by Yuma Sun

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Jun 25

Delosh, McNamara Named Grand Marshals Of SLI Junior Carp Tournament

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Matt Delosh of Madrid and Abby McNamara of Colton will serve as Grand Marshals of the 15th annual St. Lawrence International Junior Carp Tournament, August […]

Original post by Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

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Jun 25

Confessions of an outdoor writer

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This week, I took a young man fishing who was totally sold on a new fishing technique and lure he'd probably seen on the web. […]

Original post by Thomasville Times

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Jun 24

On Upper Red Lake, fishing is simply a breeze

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Four- to five-foot waves on Upper Red Lake kept most anglers on shore for Father's Day. Bob Wenzel of Apple Valley dealt with the elements […]

Original post by Star Tribune

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Jun 24

Gloria’s summer strawberry delight delights

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“Julia! Austin! Wake up, we're ready to leave for Ohio! Remember, we're going to Grandpa's today!” I told my sleeping darlings. Shrieks of delight sounded […]

Original post by The Madison Press

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Jun 24

Fishing Fort Lauderdale Topshotfishing Happy Day Today Mahi

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Fort Lauderdale Fishing with Top Shot Sportfishing Charter Boat and Capt. Zsak Bryan Bundesen, along with his sons, Darian and Thomas, from Ohio

Original post by Alaska

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Jun 24

Walleye bite in the Columbia River Gorge is strongest in years

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Allen Thomas, retiring after 43 years with The Columbian in Vancouver, Wash., wrote his last feature about the best fishing since before Christmas — walleye […]

Original post by The Oregonian

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Jun 24

Why You Should Use Circle Hooks for Catfish

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If you had checked the end of a catfisherman's line just 20 years ago, you might have found almost any type of hook tied on. […]

Original post by California Game and Fish

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Jun 24

Fishing a prehistoric urge

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Well, it's getting to that time of the year where it's only the ultra-keen, the brave or the foolish that go fishing. How crazy/keen do […]

Original post by Border Mail

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Jun 24

Reeling in a great Saskatchewan fishing experience

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If you've been looking for the perfect place to cast your rod and reel in a few fish, Saskatchewan has over 100,000 lakes and rivers […]

Original post by CBC News

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Jun 23

What’s a State Record Swordfish Worth? $325,000

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For most anglers, time on the water is pretty valuable. For one South Carolina man it led to a state record swordfish and a six-figure […]

Original post by California Game and Fish

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Jun 23

Fishing: There’s a knack to soft bait casting, but big fish are waiting

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Some huge snapper are being caught by casting soft baits into two metres of water around the rocky shoreline of Great Barrier Island. While this […]

Original post by The New Zealand Herald

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Jun 23

A truly GREAT lake

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Lake Champlain is 120 miles long and 12 miles at its widest point. The amount of shoreline is 587 miles and borders the Canadian province […]

Original post by Denton Publications

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Jun 23

Fishing forecast: Time’s right to find your fantasy fish

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We've enjoyed a great spring run of school-sized stripers, including a flush of fish in the 28- to 32-inch range. Fish that size are a […]

Original post by Boston Herald

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Jun 23

Allen Bushnell, Fish Rap: King salmon down, halibut up in bay

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The hunt for king salmon in Monterey Bay is getting more difficult. While there were a few kings caught here and there last week, salmon […]

Original post by Monterey County Herald

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