There is snow on the ground in Delaware and New Jersey; but we sill have fishing on our minds.
Trout season in downstate Delaware start Saturday, March 6th at 7:00 am. DNREC will stock rainbow trout at Tidbury Pond near Dover and at Newton Pond near Greenwood. Both ponds will be stocked with 550 trout – averaging about 11 inches – but there will also be some trophy-sized
New Jersey Trout season opens Saturday,…Continue
Added by Mike's Sporting Goods on February 26, 2010 at 7:00am — No Comments
no matter what u call it its all the same i am hosting a noodling tournament in NC this summer im not sure on the rules and regulations yet and the base of the tournament will be somewhere on lake hickory and i do not yet kno the limits on how far people can fish you may have three four and five man teams the entry fee will be reasonable and affordable for everyone if you are interested or have any questions u may message me on get reeled or you may call or text me at 828-781-5927 i am…Continue
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Almost as if it were fate, I got an e-mail from a good friend on Friday afernoon talking about going Lake Erie ice fishing and his plans to go there. The Lake Erie walleye fishing through the ice has been nothing short of spectacular this winter. I caught a 12 pound walleye thru the ice last weekend.
Visited the local bait shop. got plenty of emerald shiners. Then unloaded the quads, loaded up the gear and headed out for 3-4 mile on Erie's ice. We launced from…Continue
Added by Capt Rick on February 21, 2010 at 2:30pm — No Comments
ST JOSEPH River: Try steelhead fishing below the Berrien Springs Dam
Kalamazoo River: Fair Steelhead fishing below the Allegan Dam
Gun Lake: Good Perch fishing
Gull Lake:Smelt & Lake Trout and some panfish
Lake Lansing: N. Pike on tipup
Morrison Lake: reports of jumbo perch and crappies
Reeds Lake: Perch in 35 to 40 ft. N Pike in around 4 to 10 ft. in 15 to 40 ft of water.
Crappie & Bluegill a little slow
Grand River at Grand…Continue
Added by Ron Vance on February 15, 2010 at 1:10pm — No Comments
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