Angling guide Gord Robinson chats about fishing for trophy brook trout in Newfoundland and Labrador - the last frontier.
Mark Melnyk demonstrates how to control your fly with an upstream mend, and explains why it's an important skill to learn.
Mark Melnyk shares some setup tips for catching steelhead, including line choice and terminal tackle.
JP talks about the gear setup you need to target redfish in shallow waters.
This simple tip for modifying a white tube jig from expert, Gord Pyzer, will double the number of lake trout you land through the ice.
Feathered trebles add flash to any bait that uses treble hooks, here's how to make your own at home.
Brian Trow, owner of Mossy Creek Fly Fishing Shop teaches you methods how to fish in spring creeks.
How to rig a drop-shot set-up for smallmouth, walleye, perch or even trout.
Looking for an edge on summer bass and walleye?
Redbrook stream in Massachusetts is a unique area where you can fish for Sea Run Brook Trout.
Big and Little Squam Lakes are found in the northern part of the Lakes region of NH. Known for their big fresh water game fish including Landlock Salmon, Rainbow Trout and Lake Trout, the lakes offer beautiful scenery and great cold and warm water fishing.
Some tips to keep in mind next time you're fly fishing for steelhead.
The lower Illinois Rover is the only place in the state of Oklahoma where anglers can enjoy year round trout fishing. This scenic river is located downstream from Lake Tenkiller near Gore, Oklahoma, and is stocked regularly with rainbow and brown trout.
The New Hampshire State Fish Hatchery in New Hampton, NH is the oldest hatchery in the state, over 100 years old. This facility specializes in raising wild and domesticated strains of Eastern brook trout and brown trout.
Fly fishing in the Rockies happens all year long, but there are a few standard fly patterns to keep in mind while chasing trout in the winter months. Jim Cannon shows what he thinks are the the best flies to stock up on for the best results.
When the lakes and rivers freeze in the Rockies many anglers head out to the tail waters below the dams where the water is still open and fish can feed on insects all year round.
Ten miles west of Walden, Colorado, in North Park, you'll find the Delaney Butte Lakes. If fly fishing for brown trout is your thing, then these lakes should be to your liking as the North Lake is a Gold Medal Fishery with trout averaging between 14 - 22 inches.
Pearl Lake is nestled in the mountains north of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Surrounded by lush forest in the Pearl Lake State Park, the lake offers anglers peace and quiet while they seek to land brook trout, cutthroat trout, graylings and longnose suckers.
Located in North Park, northwest of Walden, Colorado, Lake John is a rainbow trout haven for anglers. The lake provides a lot of structure with weed beds and can be easily fished from shore.
While fly fishing down the Madison River in Montana, Jeff Herman hooked and landed this beauty brown trout from his kayak.
Find out all the detailed facts about lake trout, and how to target them in Colorado.
Where can an angler find some great fishing for rainbow, brook, and brown trout, blue and channel catfish, bass, wipers, crappies, bluegill, and sturgeons, in the same body of water? They're all in Irvine Lake, just a few miles east of Anaheim, Calif
Pensacola Bay offers a lot of variety and speckled trout is a popular target among anglers. From weed fishing to casting from a flats boat, there's more than one way to hook a trout. It's all about trying different techniques and having patience
You don't think about the higher elevation lakes of the Rockies getting that warm but these shallow water lakes can heat up quickly. Anytime the water temperature gets above 65 °F you have to start taking precautions when handling fish, especially trout.
Live bait rigging provides an opportunity to present a natural food source to fish, which ultimately produces more hook ups. Learn how properly rig live bait to present it to fish efficiently.
Trout, like salmon, belong to the Salmonidae family. Unlike salmon, trout spend most of their time in freshwater. Certain trout species swim in saltwater, like steelhead, but spawn in freshwater. Trout make up three of the seven genera in the Salmonidae family: Atlantic (Salmo), Pacific (Oncorhynchus), and char (Salvelinus).
Fishing for trout is a loved activity among novice and professional anglers alike. These fish provide a strong and exciting fight when hooked, and it is precisely this excitement that draws so many anglers. In addition, trout makes for a delicious meal for anglers who choose to keep a few.
Select a species from the list below for detailed information on common types of trout:
There are other species of fish out there referred to as trout despite not technically being part of the Salmonidae family. The spotted seatrout is an example. Despite its name, it is actually part of the drum family (Sciaenidae).
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
ice fishing me and my girlfriend
It's been a killer season with friends and family chasing the Fraser River White Sturgeon. Check out some of my picture highlights !
Fishing with my son 2012
Fishing with my son 2012
Great day fishing! we caught Snook, Ladyfish, Trout, Jack and cat fish. most were caught close in to shore in the mangroves off Pine Island Sound. Captain Wendell shared his knowledge and experience with 2 fresh water anglers, Gary and I. Great taste now set with salt water fishing! Thanks for hooking us in!
Gulf Coast fishing: Snook, Red fish, Trout, Cat fish, and Jack. One of our totals granted the title of a Slam as locals call it. We used Quatum Rods and reels, 30lbs pro line, Jigs with freshly caught bait, shrimp and pin fish.
Fishing on Long Island
So many kinds of fish are in my memory.
Fishing in SW Florida
My angling results are here.
This is my current boat. The name i chose for it was Dawgman. I had a nice decal made and everything but my wife really like the name of the other boat i sold that was named after her. But as i got ready to put the Dawgman decal on some wind blew it and it folded up ruining it. So then i took out the Zulu Queen decal and that's how it took the name of the former boat. well my wife is happy about i
This was my first boat that i named Zulu queen. It was named after the African tribe my wife belongs to. My wife is a south African and a Zulu.
The BulletBobber is the result of an accidental freak of nature, cross breeding of a fishing float with a planer board. The result was an entirely new species that provides directional control! It moves like a planer board but flips flips direction when given a little tug but size is more like other bobbers and cast like other bobbers. fishing invention. Seriously though, a fun to use fishing i
fishing on whitefish lake in northern ontario catching and releasing a big laker.
Ice fishing for trout is one of the more popular ice fishing activities among North American anglers. Here are some important tips to keep in mind when going ice fishing for trout.
We mention this as the first priority for a reason. Never venture out on lakes with thin ice and do no put yourself in compromising situations. Make sure that the ice is at least four to six inches thick for walking and much thicker if you plan to use a vehicle.
Read the latest local reports about weather and moon patterns. Trout respond heavily to changes in conditions. Finding out the best times to go trout ice fishing in your area can help assure a more successful trip.
Trout are very sluggish under the ice and will normally not exert too much effort to catch their prey. You can not jerk the line hard or fast as that will only scare the fish. Use your lures to imitate a slow swimming prey and the trout will see it as an easy meal.
You need to drill several holes in a systematic pattern to see which ones produce the best results. You should map out the locations and drill the holes in a way that will allow you to test different depths.
Trout tend to bite well in the early morning hours during the winter. It is a wise idea to drill your fishing hole before sunrise so that when the fish come, you do not disturb them with the drilling.
There is never a one size fits all when ice fishing. You will need to try out different baits and lures to see which ones work best throughout your trip. When something is not working, try something else. Attempt to use different combinations of spoons, spinners, jigs, and baits to see what works.
Fly fishing for trout is the most popular and preferred method amongst anglers. Trout rivers and streams are common ground for fly fishermen. Anglers will use a variety of artificial flies depending on the species, location and time of year.