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From the cutting room floor of Born to Fish BC Productions ....
Crab Cakes and Crab Tacos ... it just doesn't get any better. Recipe edits ... 1/4 cup of cilantro for the salsa ... not 1/2 Roman tomato ... 1/2'ed, seeded, and chopped into small pieces ... Enjoy !
A brief showcase of the difference between male and female crabs and how to sort through and measure your catch.
Fisrt time out on my boat this Spring when my friend Mike & I came accross this school of blitzing bluefish. We were into this school for over an hour and caught & released over 60 fish between 3 and 5 pounds.
In this video, we are using small, square-bill CrankBaits to catch bass that were preparing for spawn; However, we used this same crank bait successfully all year long.
Here's a quick dish you can put together in under 20 mins and will work will almost any fish.
In this video we use a variety of Creature Baits to turn on a bite that was shut down
This video is about finesse Bass Fishing using the CoolBaits Lures underspin
Hes working for nibbles and wouldn't you know it once I stopped recording he would catch a crappie
Eric can see, crappie and sunfish swimming around and they didn't want to bite while I was recording
Hes getting nibbles, once I stopped filming he started catching sunfish
Eric finally catches one while I'm filming
Eric's getting nibbles
Got an invite from Rob Alcock and Syd Pallister of Gibbs Delta Tackle to Fish with Jason Assonitis and Chris Jarvis of Bonchovy Fishing Charters. We fished for chinook in the Gulf Islands. Special thanks to all the guys for a great day ! Music provided by The British Columbians www.gibbsdelta.com www.bonchovy.com www.thebritishcolumbians.com
JP DeRose shows how to tie an improved clinch knot, one of the most popular and useful fishing knots out there.
Sights of the Bay
Red fishing the backwaters of the Lower Chesapeake Bay.
JP DeRose provides step-by-step instructions for how to properly tie a palomar knot.
Karl recently hooked up with Patrick Crawford of Allure Fishing Charters & ReserveFishing.com once again on a road trip to do a little mid march bass fishing on South Carolina`s Santee Cooper and ran into a few too many toothy critters that call this place home.
New friend Sang plays and releases a Fraser RIver White Sturgeon
Hello,my name is Jason Kim .I live in Rockland County,NY. I use cereal to make dough and assemble a surf rod and a spade. This is how I throw the bait about 140 yards far on the shore of the Han River in South Korea.
Love it while crossing
With the new sturgeon regulations we managed to play this fish to the beach. We also wanted to learn the process as we've never done this before. There's something very special about keeping a fish like this in the water and then releasing it like this. It's almost magical.
Here we use boats to cross the river just like in the video......
JP DeRose provides some tips on how to set up slip floats for skein fishing.
random fising fun
Pics of fish that I have caught recently
Nabbed this little girl using a split shot rig with a 4" worm and 6lb. line
North Sterling Reservoir, Logan County CO
24 inch wiper caught on 4 pound line down on Pueblo Reservoir, Colorado.
Album of my girlfriends first catches ever
Took some shots while out cod fishing at Salton's brook. Lucky for me a couple eagles got close enough for a visit and the fish were thick as always.
Late Spring Red Drum
Recent fish pics
First fishing day 2013
Pictures from our May 9, 2013 Fishing trip to the Chesapeake Bay
Perch Fishing With ReelBait, XZone And Salmo
fishing 2013 started at perch festival time
2nd year to fishing
During the post spawn we were able to have many productive days in both deep and shallow waters using a split shot rig with 4" plastics
Pics From the 2013 Fishing season
Some shots from around the north shore of lake Erie
I’m sorry I didn’t respect the job a Guide does more. True professionals who are able to guide for a living day in and day out - my hat is off to all of you.
Karl Kalonka talks about a road trip to remember.
This week on Extreme Angler TV we`re back in cottage country Ontario, its late summer and the bass fishing is both hit and miss. Some days its all about the numbers and not many big boys, other days, its all about the size and low numbers. Which do you prefer? For me, its all about the SIZE!! And on this particular day, the bites we`re few and far between, but the size of the bass, we`re well w
Talk about adventure, excitement and fishing as extreme as it gets! That`s what you can expect on a road trip filming shows in Mississippi for some of the worlds biggest crappie.
It was an emotional weekend and this was an emotional win for the father and son team of Phil and Kevin Broussard. “It's been a lifelong adventure with my dad and I am so blessed to get to continue the journey with my best friend”, stated Kevin.
This week on Extreme Angler TV we`re back on the Kawartha Lakes system in Southern Ontario in early June looking for some early summer walleye on deeper weedlines. A lot of anglers can be intimidated by bright sunny days and flat calm conditions when fishing for walleye in early summer, but it doesn`t have to be this way if you pay attention to the small details of fish location, altering
Under Armour Joins HT3 Outdoors for 2013The 2013 Academy Sports and Outdoors HT Invitational Series as well as the Shock H2O Tour will partner with Under Armour for the 2013 tournament season.
This week on Extreme Angler TV the topic is "Does color make a difference when it comes to topwater fishing for bass". A heavily debated topic over the years by many who swear by certain color baits on specific bodies of water. With so many options of topwater bait to choose from including weedless Snag Proof frogs, poppers, buzzbaits, walking style baits and everything else in between, cho
Some people say they are the easiest form of cover to fish for largemouth bass. More people believe big bass harbour around boat docks from time to time. I agree, but only if you know how to fish them right, big difference. This week on Extreme Angler TV I go thru a typical day in cottage country fishing for largemouth bass on a bright sunny day in mid summer and decide the day is going to
We`re back on top this week on Extreme Angler TV, except this time I have a few more tricks up my sleeve while filming a action packed show in the Georgian Bay region of Ontario. Most of you know I love those Strike King Spit n Kings for both big smallmouth and largemouth bass, but this time I have a couple other baits tied on that provoke some great water splashing strikes and scraps. Strike
The best in rods partners with the best in professional redfish tournaments. Waterloo Rods has long been known as one of the top, custom rod makers in the country and now HT3 Outdoors, The HT Redfish Series and The Shock H2O Tour will be given the responsibility to professionally promote their product, and we are thrilled.
There is something very special aboout fishing for smallmouth bass in the fall. The leaves are in full color, there is a lot less angling pressure and the bigger smallmouth bass are on the feedbag big time! Depending on where you like to fish for smallies in fall, my favorite is and always has been in near cottage country, the opportunities for locating and catching some of the biggest brown ba
In 2013 Justin Boots, long known for their involvement in professional rodeos and for making the world's most comfortable, best made boots will in 2013 partner to become the presenting sponsor of the 2013 Academy Sports and Outdoors HT Invitational Redfish Series.
Never get enough of crappie! On this weeks episode of Extreme Angler TV,I return to the "land of giants" in good `ole Miss. Mississippi is home to some of the best crappie fishing in North America, offering so many lakes that harbour hubcap sized slabs in the three pound range on a regular basis to visiting anglers worldwide. Fishing with my good buddy Tim Blackley of the Strike King Pro Team
This week on Extreme Angler TV, I welcome a special guest on-board, and that is Debbie Thomson from Windsor Ontario who participated in the "Monster Contest" we ran last winter on social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, etc. Debbie was drawn as the lucky winner to appear on the show which was filmed on location at Olive the Lake lodge, owned and operated by my buddy Bruce MacDonald
This week on Extreme Angler TV, its early summer in southern Ontario and Bass season is a mere two weeks old and the bass are still very near their spawning locations and fairly easy to locate and catch.With so many different options of baits and presentations to use over the course of the season, I wanted to use a bait or combination of baits and a presentation that targeted bigger bass an
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack EPISODE 13 OSCODA MIXED BAG TROLLING MARK ROMANACK Oscoda Mixed Bag Trolling By Mark Romanack In the northeastern Lower Peninsula lies the small community of Oscoda. One of the richest sport fi
Casting jigs for walleye is one of the least understood of the popular walleye presentations. Mark Romanack sheds some light on the subject while casting jigs on Makoop Lake in Northwestern Ontario.
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack HARBOR BEACH LAKE TROUT, EPISODE 11 MARK ROMANACK, FISHING 411 HARBOR BEACH LAKE TROUT By Mark Romanack Nestled in Michigan’s “Thumb Region” is the quiet port of Harbor Beach. No one goes here except to go fishing and one trip to the area w
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack MANISTEE RIVER STEELHEAD, EPISODE 10 MARK ROMANACK Manistee River Steelhead By Mark Romanack The town of Manistee, Michigan is a sleepy little tourist village with a big maritime history. At one time Manistee was one of the busiest ports on the Great Lakes
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack MAKOOP LAKE MONSTERS EPISODE 9 MAKOOP LAKE MONSTERS By Mark Romanack There’s something to be said for getting off the beaten path. In the fishing game less traffic almost always yields better fishing. In the case of Makoop Lake Lodge in Northw
FISHING 411 with Mark Romanack EPISODE 8 BIG AL FISH FLASH Move over ordinary flashers, dodgers and rotators, there is a new fish attractor on the market. Introducing Big Al Fish Flash stage right. The Big Al Fish Flash is dominating the salmon and trout scene on the west coast, but only a handful of anglers here in
FISHING 411 WITH MARK ROMANACK LAKE ERIE TROLLING SECRETS EPISODE 7 WORD COUNT: 734 Back in May of 2012, Fishing 411 Host Mark Romanack teamed up on Lake Erie with walleye pro and long time friend Tommy Skarlis. The focus of this meeting of the minds was to help other anglers better understand the dynamics
Nipigon’s Untapped Brook Trout By Mark Romanack It’s no secret that brook trout are a species commonly found in remote areas. Highly prized by anglers, this member of the “char” family only lives in waters that are crystal clear and pollution free. &
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack EPISODE 5 ST. CLAIR BROZEBACKS When talk turns to smallmouth fishing, Lake St. Clair is almost certain to dominate the conversation. Lake St. Clair isn’t one of the Great Lakes, technically it is known as a Great Lakes Connecting Water. Either way Lake St. Clair is plenty great
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack JIGGING FOR STANNARD ROCK LAKERS FISHING 411 EPISODE 4 Lake trout are one of those fish species most anglers know little about. The name is even misleading as lake trout aren’t even trout. This species is actually a member of the char family closely related to the brook trout. In
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack March Walleye Jigging on the Saginaw River Episode 3 Vertical jigging in rivers for walleye has been one of my favorite fishing presentations for decades. In part, this method of fishing appeals to me because of the rush I get when detecting a bite and setting the hook into that fish.
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack EPISODE 2 ARKANSAS STRIPERS By MARK ROMANACK Lake Ouachita (pronounced wash-it-taw) in western Arkansas is hands down the place to be for those who are targeting trophy class striped bass. Mark Rogers, the sales manager for Okuma Rods and Reels, has been fishing this region for severa
FISHING 411 with Mark Romanack BLOG EPISODE NO. 1 A TASTE OF FISHING 411 MARK ROMANACK The opening day of Michigan’s walleye fishing season isn’t a matter of life or death; it’s much more important than that for many. The last Saturday in April is forever scribed on the calendar as not o
Talk about excitement and action! On this special edition of Extreme Angler TV, its mid january and I get a real good taste of saltwater, fishing with my good buddy Bruce MacDonald of Olive the Lake fame who spends his winters in sunny Sarasota Florida, on board Outriggers Charter Fishing with capt. Ryan Rolland. I have been fortunate to fish for a wide variety of hard fighting fresh wat
Cooler weather has the fish biting a little slower but consistant . The baitfish are staying in the shallows with cover close. Barometer has been steady. The warmer the weather the more carp are getting ready to spawn. Going to try to get a line or two in the water.
To all fishermen—Brent Homan is involved with putting together the 2nd Operation Kick Some Bass Tournament for September 21st, benefitting the Freedom Care Warrior Project. For those who know Brent, are aware that taking care of our SOLDIERS is a project close to his heart. This is an opportunity to give back to soldiers by raising money and providing a fun, carefree day on the water. Bre
Fishing was very good this weekend. A lot of different species where biting like crazy. Rock Bass and small mouth where the most active. Walleye where on and off . pike have slowed down with so many bait fish in the river. Carp are starting to come in to start there spawn. It was a great weekend of fishing. I hope it continues for awhile.
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It is that time of year again Summer Time, for me that means take the grandkids fishing. I laugh and call it Camp Grandpa, the kids was supposed to be picked up on a Monday, leave Tuesday and go fishing on Wednesday. Well 3 showed up on Sunday LOL and Brylee got there as quick as she could. Tuesday Morning we loaded the Chevy truck up with enough luggage to go on safari but that is for an
Well we finally had a weekend in Nova Scotia that was not dampered by cold temperatures and rain, so I grabbed my new pole and hit the salt water beach on the hunt for a Bass! It was an amazing day on Saturday so I headed out to Bass River NS for a bit of shore fishing for Striped Bass in the Bay of Fundy. It was a perfect high tide at supper time, calm waters, and got a solid four hours of fishi
Inspired by the team at 5x3 Fishing, I wanted to write a post to introduce you to the work they are doing to support local and amateur fisherman. True Ambassadors to the sport of Bass fishing 5x3 is leaving a footprint as they are gaining social media popularity. We at Team Bilbrey Fishing salute their efforts as we base our tips, tactics and ideology on angler education and support for the
June 12, 2013 my Grandson and I were fishing with live croaker on the Laguna Madre at Port Mansfield, Texas. The first bait I put on my hook was almost dead, so I changed it out for a very lively one and got a massive bite after a couple of minutes. I let it have a couple of feet of line and then set the hook. My rod doubled over and the line started leaving the reel. After a tr
Fishermen control two of the most important factors of a presentation with depth and speed control. One lure that these two factors have the greatest influence on is a crankbait. If not presented at the depth that the fish are holding it can be difficult to get a bite unless the bass are very active. Getting the lure into the strike zone is just as important as making a prefect cast
Apr 4 Durrance Lake Fished morning for rainbow trout Floating Power Eggs on 16-17 foot leader Fished from shore CATCHES: Four recent stockers Apr 6 Durrance Lake Fished morning for rainbow trout Floating Power Eggs on 16-17 foot leader Fished from shore CATCHES: Three recent stockers Apr 8 Durrance Lake Fished morning for rainbow trout F
Mother Nature can be formidable at times, but even she couldn’t put a damper on the 2013 Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic. A total of 52 boats competed in spite of the lingering effects from Tropical Storm Andrea, with fishing extended into Sunday. In typical Classic fashion, an impressive number of marlin and gamefish were brought to the scales. And equally impressive was the $1.1 m
This past winter while in Florida I was looking to shed some weight from my rod & reel. When I'm out on my kayak I make several hundred cast to the mangroves throughout the day. I'm getting old now and I would be exhausted from all that casting at the end of the day. I went down to the local tackle shop in Port Charlotte Fishin' Franks and Frank showed me the new Quantum Sm
Now that the cat is out of the bag, I will share a secret bait with you that I was hoping to use in a tournament myself. I first learned of this rig while watching Timmy Horton Outdoors as he used what he called the MJ Rig. This rig is simply a Texas rigged worm with a willow blade on its tail that Timmy said that Keith Poche brought the Worm Blade to the bass fishing world's attention wit
Every year for my birthday, the family goes fishing with me. This year was special because it was the first trip they have made on the new boat. We headed out to North Sterling Reservoir in northern Colorado. The lake is know for Wiper, but suffered a sever fish kill last year due to low water and oxygen levels. It's about a two hour drive from our home and we arrived
Trolling is a much lost art that will sometimes produce fish when all else fails. I’m a great believer of trolling for Bass and Trout on those slow days. The one thing you got to remember before you let out all your line while trolling is to adjust the speed of your boat to the best trolling speed for conditions. A little slower in murky water and a little
Yesterday I spent a few hours at a local trib with some light tackle and an assortment of live bait and artificial. I wanted to compare results between the two on panfish. I used Gulp! Crappie Nibbles in Chartreuse from Berkley. I had plain old garden worms I dug up from my vegetable patch and they worked extremely well. I had bites on nearly every cast and was catching blue gill,
The harbour in Vancouver BC has an outstanding Dungeness crab fishery. One of the great things about fishing our local harbour is that before you start fishing for salmon for the day you can always drop a couple crab traps and if on some rare occasion the salmon don't show you can always count on a few crabs in your crab pots with a few keepers to take home for a crab feast !
My friend and mentor Joey Monteleone is a renowned expert fisherman, guide, tournament contender and sought after speaker on the topic of fishing in the mid-south. His fans follow him on “Wild Side Radio”, each weekday morning at 5:25 AM on Nashville’s legendary radio station WSM. He is also a contributor and host of Tennessee’s Wild Side, television p
I am so excited. This year I have the opportunity to send an entire month in the Lower Keys in around mile marker 16. I can not wait to get out on the flats with my fly rod and my kayak. I've been tying like mad and practicing my casting to get ready. Just three weeks to go. Here is a peek at my fly boxes. I've been told there are are the fish needed for a
the weather is warming up slowly. Water temperature is coming up slowly but surely. Free fishing weekend here brought out a lot of new anglers out. It was great to see so many young people out enjoying the great outdoors. I am thinking about getting a line wet in about 6 hours or so. I will post some pics of my catch.
My friends know that I am always looking for innovative fishing products that help people to catch bass. I share the product and how to use them in the daily tips I post on Facebook and on the Team Bilbrey Fishing web site. A few months ago, Mystery Tackle Box introduced the WackOjig to thousands of people and many of them recognized the unique innovation designed to flip the deadly
Looking for a Mexico fishing and party spot. Remember, the wife and her friends are also coming! Looking for some good bass, and saltwater fishing. Also looking for a good night life! Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Now that the post spawn bite is slowing down and the sun is heating up many anglers will become nocturnal predators just like the bass they seek. When fishing at night, target shallow gravel bars near the locations where you have found bass during the day. Also fishing drop offs and breaks near deep water. Night anglers often begin with dark colored top water lures that
My addiction to keeping bait alive is almost as much of my life as fishing. For years I used to keep a dozen or two night crawlers in little Styrofoam boxes in the fridge in the kitchen, and for years either my mom or now my wife would yell at me for keeping such things in the kitchen. When two dozen leeches showed up in the refrigerators crisper used for keeping vegetables I knew som
In the warmer water of late spring and summer, the fish like a bait that is moving fast and running deep. Crankbaits allow an angler to cover a vast amount of water in a short period of time. They can be cast to precise areas of structure that are holding fish and the long bill of the deep diving models allow the lure to be cranked through cover without a snag enticing strikes
Found a great product that should be a must have for any tournament angler, The V-T2 could be a game changer for you in a tournament and gives a new meaning to fish care. Catch-n-Release fishing sometimes comes with a catch. That’s when your livewell needs to live up to its name. Interval aeration is a good start but when on-board power is already taxed by trolling, sonar and more, the ne
Saturday, June 1st was Fish New Brunswick Day, when for one day of the year everybody can fish in the province without a fishing license. We decided to get more youth participation this year, so members from New Brunswick Tourism and Hospitality, the Atlantic Salmon Federation, the Miramichi Salmon Association, some local outfitters from the Miramichi area, some well known guides and living legen
Weather has caused the fishing to be slow. We have got a lot of rain that caused the water level to be very high. Water temperature has stayed cool and the bite has been slow. I hope that it improves soon. I will post more as it get warmer soon. So it get the bite to pick up soon.
Many anglers resist the use of flat-sided crankbaits, and their reluctance to throw the skinny models may be affecting the bass they catch. Whether fishing deep structure by cranking or burning a bait through the shallow flats, the round, wide wobbling crankbait is just the favorite bait for those anglers that are unwilling to change tactics. Just like the lipless crankbaits are ha
Recently I have got a electrical prop from my nephew, so nice one! Then on 16th May I was in Ogoto port, the largest port in the south west area of Lake Biwa. The day was windy, so my main aim was to handle the boat with my prop in the situation, of course to catch good bass was my hope though.Practicing to control the boat with my prop for 2 hours, I was still clumsy. At last I anchored to
What do you know is the most popular fish in Japan? The answer is, I suppose, Madai. They're symboled as happiness, so on a memorial day like new year day, Madai are served to congratulate. Madai can be caught in most part around this country except north part like Hokkaido. But which are caught in Akashi area, near Kobe, have brand as Akashi Dai because of the great tastes. From the end of
I found 2 of the Fish Calls, they are the same as the one posted. I would like to know more about this, my husband who passed away had a lot of fishing stuff. This TR.V11 is very interesting. Please let me know more about it as there is no booklet included in these sets. Thank you Nancy
Now that the snow is almost all gone, just wondering how everyone else is doing with catching Splake or even any other trout species. Last weekend I caught a couple nice Splake in Keweenaw county of the UP of Michigan.
mine was my 1st ever large-mouth bass- it was also my 1st trophy, shocking it was a 6 pound lg mouth with a girth of 8 inches, everyone hovered around the dock and said with all seriousness to me , "i was only 8 years old" "Son, that is the biggest fish i have ever seen out of this lake."
On 29 Apr. I went to Tsuruga, about 2 hours from central Kyoto Japan, to catch KISU, similar shape to mackerel with live worm. In this season we can catch them easily, but it depend on the anglers' skill to catch many ones. It was a little windy day I caught ones constantly at first, but the harder the wind, I couldn't keep the rental small boat on the best position and it was getting difficult t
Walleye fishing methods have changed dramatically since anglers discovered the flexibility of crankbaits. Twenty years ago, an angler would never think of trolling a minnow-imitating lure for early season walleye. Angling lore said that was almost crazy. Also, the thought of going out over very deep water, tying a plastic-lipped minnow imitator onto the line and adding two ounces of lead wo
Ontario, the pork-chop shaped Canadian province, shares its southern border with the states of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, and Minnesota. In the fat end of this pork-chop lies 68,000 acre Eagle Lake, dotted with 490 islands and some of the most varied fish habitat in North America. It lays Northwest of Minnesota and is unquestionably one of the premier fishing spots in the whole
Last week I went bass fishing to Lake Biwa, and got good ones.Bass fishing has been out of my interest for the last several years, but now my passion for bass is running again.And then I want a new reel. my present one (Calcutta 100XT) is old but good one, but some gears are wearing down, and the breaking system is not effective because I've used it too much. I bought a second hande
In Lake Biwa, Big bass are blooming!So many visitors are in Kyoto to see beautiful Sakura, cherry flowers, in this season,At the same time, big bass get activated for their spawning. in Lake Biwa, next to central Kyoto. Now it is in pre-spawning season. Bass are coming up to the warming shallows. I went bassing 10th April. I was going to do with foreign visitor, but he had inconvenient
When it comes to fishing in very clear water, the thing to remember is that fish have an excellent sense of sight and depend heavily on it to be able to feed. Fishing in clear water can be a difficult task, as fish who can clearly see a boat hovering over them are likely to spook and swim for cover. There are, however, some great techniques to remember when trying to catch fish in clear water, su
Hi... I'm looking for advice in the best fishing bait. Do you think Live or soft plastic is better? What is the best brand and style that lure bait? thanks Hookaline.com FISHINGTIPS.WS
Last year, 2012, was the first year I did any ice fishing here in New Brunswick. Thirty years ago when I was still living in Ontario I had a friend who would take me ice fishing Lake Simcoe. I don't remember the exact location but it was out from Sibbald Point. When I moved to New Brunswick I didn't know anyone who did any ice fishing so I never bother with it. Then my good friend Casey called t
I love WFN. I watch it more than any other channell on my Satellite feed. The profiles segment with the same 2 Bass anglers has been way overplayed. Maybe some new ones would be good. Other than that I LOVE the channel. Ive learned much from watching. Keep up the great work. I will post some of my fishing achievments soon. Dave McGuire
4th Annual Wounded Heroes ice fishing derby. Bangs lake, Wauconda, IL January 19th, 2013. www.lvvaicefishingderby.com
I’ve been trying for the past few years to get my wife into fishing so she’ll come with me on the weekends. She would always give me a different excuse as to why she didn’t want to come. Finally I made a compromise with her and said that we would watch one of her movies if she would come and spend the day with me. I knew I would have to suffer through some romantic comedy, but i
Its that time of year summer is over and some people are putting there rods away. The best way to keep your rod from drying up is to put baby oil on it rub it down with rag and then redo it one more time in the spring. That will not make your rod dry out. And it will last longer and it will save you money on a long run.
Millerton Lake has the most healthy bass out of all the lakes in its area, They eat night crawlers,crawdads, minnows,rats,snakes,and they go crazy for top waters because the noise drives them crazy. So make sure you get one with a propeller so it looks like a mouse swimming. Its also where most of Canada s Blad Eagles migrate.Plus, every type of cat fish li
The Bluefin Tuna is one amazing smart fish. As a fisher I have never had such an adrenelin rush when being aboard a tuna boat when this massive fish takes your bait. I highly recommend you contact a charter within the Northumberland Strait of Nova Scotia to potentially hook a world record fish. I personally recommend - sams tuna charters.com for a sucessful fishing trip.
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It was the long weekend In September. I went to my best friends cottage. We want to go fishing but the boat broke down. So I fished off the dock and caught only one walleye I was happy that I got something. I caught it with a Northland Fishing Tackle FISH-FRY MINNOW SPOON - 1/16 oz Glow Perch. And it was the first time I ever used that lure. And I thought that lure was only fo
Waaauuuu! Excellent week with the peacock bass bite in lake Carraizo. Larry Parker from Houston, Texas and his family caught and released 78 peacocks this morning on jigs and flickers. Congratulations to thisN awesome family of sportsman. Tight lines my friends from Capt.Paco Mendez Fishing In Puerto Rico - Peacock Bass and Tarpon Tours Contact: Cap. Paco Méndez Ph. No. : 787-364-6000 e
I look at every Oakley Big Bass tournament that airs on WFN and yet the same reruns are on over and over again. Where are the ones from this year and at different lakes? For the last 2 weeks the same one from TX in March has aired. Can we get some new shows on?
IM GOING TO A SECRET BASS LAKE IN 2 WEEKS EACH CAST YOUR ALMOST GARUNTED A LARGEMOUTH OVER 3 POUNDS AND THEY FIGHT HARD
Here is some tips on how to catch some big largemouth bass 1.Yous worms or bandit tackel 2.My trick is to go staright into the weeds and just leave your line there 3.Fish neer docks because bass like hiding around docks
going up to lake nippising this weekend and were hoping to go for some largemouth bass!!!!!!!!!!!
Caught this one on the coast of Tofino, BC not he morning of Canada day. I can't seem to find any post about record fish on Canada day, but I'm pretty sure this one is.
Summer fishing has me baffled.... Im trying to locate bass, walleye and crappies but cant find anything..... Any help on wat kinda structure or water depths i should be looking for? The lake i fish has alot of different kinds of vegetation.... Right now my fishfinder is reading at about 75 to 78 degree water temps... HELP PLEASE
Its no surprise that Preston and I are fishermen on lake nipasing. Great lake, great fish, what's not to love. We catch all kinds of fish, pike, walleye and loads of bass!!!!!!! Esspesially large mouth at our secret spot!!!!!!!!MMmmmmmmm!!!!!!!! FISH!
My 1st Fish i ever caught was at tysons camping grounds it was also my 1st Trophy bass :D it was 6 Pounds 10 Inches and the girth was 8 inches :D Real good fishing in chatham... you should try it out!