Angling guide Gord Robinson chats about fishing for trophy brook trout in Newfoundland and Labrador - the last frontier.
Feathered trebles add flash to any bait that uses treble hooks, here's how to make your own at home.
Redbrook stream in Massachusetts is a unique area where you can fish for Sea Run Brook 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.
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.
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
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.
Joe Street from River's Edge Outfitters demonstrates how to fish for speckled trout.
The back ranges from green to dark brown or nearly black in color. The sides are of a lighter color with pale spots and small red spots surrounded by bluish circles. The belly color often depends on the sex of the fish, as females can be white to yellow while males tend to have a deep orange or reddish tinge. Colors change dramatically as spawning time approaches. Ocean-going brook trout become silvery and actually lose some of their distinctive colors, although the red spots remain. Brook trout revert back to their original colors when coming back into freshwater.
Brook trout do not grow as large as other forms of trout, rarely exceeding 7 pounds (3 kg). The largest ever caught remains the oldest angling record in the world: a 14 pound 8 oz (6.57 kg) specimen caught back in 1916. 30-35 inches (76-89 cm) is the max length a brook trout could grow to.
Brook trout are native to eastern North America, ranging as far north as Hudson Bay, south through higher elevations along the Appalachian Mountains to Georgia, and in the Mississippi River.It is Atlantic Canada's most common trout.
Brook trouts are mainly a freshwater species that live in small streams, ponds, creeks, and lakes. There are also sea-running trout, spending upwards of three months in the ocean, but never straying too far from shore.
Plankton, insects, snails, clams, and fish.Sea run brook trout eat fish almost exclusively while in salt water.
Brook trout spawn in the fall from September to November, usually in streams on gravel. Hatchlings emerge from the gravel the following spring, barely longer than an inch (3 cm).
Larger fish (northern pike), birds (ospreys, kingfisher, herons, and loons) and mammals (otters, raccoons, and mink).Information credit: Fisheries and Oceans Canada.
I know not another urban fishing blog, but lets face it most of us live in an urban environment. When most people think of urban fishing its usually a city park pond or city reservoir. If you look hard enough there are always other options. Many of the cities and towns here in Colorado have multiple small streams and creeks flowing into them or through them. Because of their
I love fishing small streams and with the weather we’ve had this year I was hopeful they would be opening up early. So Friday I got off work early and headed out to some local BLM land that has a great small stream on it just to check it out and see if it was even fishable yet. After the longer then I remember because I’m still pretty out of shape hike I spotted the stream
By LOY MILAM My first introduction to fly fishing (if you could truly characterize it as “fly fishing”) was in the late 1950s growing up in my hometown of Lubbock, Texas. By chance I stumbled upon an interesting package at the local Army Surplus store which read on the package “Survival Kit.” It
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
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.