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Most great anglers learned their fishing techniques by just getting out on the water and through trial and error. We started this group so that anglers could share their best fishing tips. Whether you have a secret on how to catch trout or amazing largemouth bass fishing tips, we want you to share all.

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Comment by pcazman on September 21, 2009 at 4:05pm
Lake St. Clair (michigan side) again-pun kin and chartreuse tubes working great again-pulled in 8 or so largies in a few hrs...weeds got bad and can you say Booyah, their "semi-weedless" crawfish looking thing with a rattle job on it, worked like a charm, dragging across the bottom, a few twitches, few vertical jigs, and hits were very light...but they were noticeable...they stopped, we got a few suckers on a snell hook and night crawlers, one was huge, didn't measure but it was close to 20 inches I bet, then got 1 smally rocky bass on the punkin&chart. jig...going back tonight to try to shag a few more......fun stuff.....
Comment by pcazman on September 20, 2009 at 6:29am
Lake St. Clair (michigan side) last 2 days largies have been caught, not huge but nice ones (15-16 inches), tubes punkin and chartreuse was only color working, but working very well, tried same color worm looking things with curly chartreuse tails when it slowed down, was good for another few largies, but much smaller 10-13.
Comment by mikey two on September 10, 2009 at 10:55pm
start feeding it lots of worms and such!!
Comment by JolliGreen on September 10, 2009 at 10:37pm
Just caught this 22 inch smallie, have no idea what it would weigh. It is still alive in a small fish pond, but I plan to return it to the lake.
Comment by Steve on August 27, 2009 at 3:18pm
For bass in the hot summer it is hard to beat a junebug trick worm rigged weightless and fished slowly along a grass line,never let it hit bottom though,they eat it up here in mississippi
Comment by Jay Waters on August 22, 2009 at 1:27pm
For those of us in IDAHO.... They have raise the water level again out to Minidoka, so the fish are gonna stay quite for a while. Stick to the spinners due to a new flow of fresh minnows in the area. Wait for 2 of the gates to close before you start thrownin in them worms.
Comment by joel bergeron on August 20, 2009 at 6:31pm
Been really hot here and the fish have been shy, burning big spinners and big rattletraps got me a couple 3 pounders though.
Comment by joel bergeron on July 31, 2009 at 8:53pm
To Bass master - Early and late season I have good luck w/ top water stuff, mostly walkers. Mid late summer I do alright w/ spinners and cranks, especially rattle traps and shad raps. if you like top water I have a few huge ones that work great for bass, one is a bass pro ? xps, sorry I don't know the name but it makes a wicked wake as it wiggles back and forth just beneath the surface and is great when the water is choppy. Other than that my tip for large mouth is that if something ain't workin' change up till something does then keep to similar stuff- either in action or color.
Comment by Bass Master on July 26, 2009 at 7:45pm
any one got any tips on large mouth and walleyes?
Comment by Eric D'aoust on July 17, 2009 at 12:34pm
Hello everyone:
I am living near the Pembroke area and was wondering if anyone might want to join me for some fishing in the area and share and exchange tips for bass, walleye, pike and catfish. If you do then drop me a line thanks and have a great day now.

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