soooo............ I went fishing again today, i caught 5 specks and one bass, the bass was only 4 inches or so :(, i have not caught a good size fish this year and im ready!
Added by sarahkoz on April 30, 2008 at 7:30pm —
Following the aftermath that was the Blue Marlin media frenzy, we decided to just take it easy and stay inside and work the fun fish. We went out with only a half dozen smaller sized silver mullet and a tackle box full of casting baits. The plan was to work the bridges and the seawalls and see if we couldn't bend the rods. We did ok, we got into the Jacks pretty good for a short time period. When the sun went down we found some lights and got into the Moonfish. On the right… Continue
Added by Oranse Taylor on April 29, 2008 at 1:10pm —
Anyone that is interested in learning to catch Fall Chinook, Silver Salmon, Steelhead Fishing, Crabbing or Clamming I am willing to teach someone in trade for some Walleye Fishing. Everyone thinks Alaska is the greatest place to catch Salmon, but I have been to Alaska at least 10 times and we have every bit as good of Chinook Fishing in Oregon.
Anyone interested in taking a trip to Alaska, I can tell you or set you up with the best guides, best places to stay and eat and do it all… Continue
Added by Tracy Berkey on April 28, 2008 at 11:00pm —
Congratulation to Sean Hoernke on notching his first tour level victory last weekend on Lake Norman. Read More....
Added by Sean McLoughlin on April 28, 2008 at 8:57pm —
Last night I get a call from the captain telling me he's putting together a Marlin trip for today, this Sunday morning. Me being a total loser, and obsessed sports fan, I say, "No thanks, I'm gonna watch the NFL Draft Day 2" In conversation saying you are going out on a "Marlin Trip" out off Fort Lauderdale will be met with a look of - that sounds adventurous but what it really means is you are going out for Sailfish and Dolphin. Well wouldn't you know it, my cell phone rings… Continue
Added by Oranse Taylor on April 27, 2008 at 11:00pm —
God I love to fish. There's not much in life that compares to fishing these days. There's nothing like just sitting there relaxing with your senses keen on trying to guess and feeling out the fish. The fight of a big fish is a feeling that you never forget. It's a wonderful feeling and definitely worth the wait of the bite. Well this is my first blog and I can't wait to snag the first big one of the season. Take care and God bless
Added by Don Storie on April 27, 2008 at 6:03pm —
Check out the new video with ERIK LUZAK
Click on meet Erik Luzak on the main page and you can find the video there.
We shot this video last August. It was a great night.
Lots of great videos are coming soon!!
We are heading out on Lake Erie for early season Smallmouth and going for Spring Pike in May and we will get the videos up as soon as possible.
God luck on the water everyone.
Added by Andy Hansen on April 27, 2008 at 9:09am —
I cant wait until June, because fishing gets legal and i got off school :)
Added by Seana K on April 26, 2008 at 5:45pm —
We went out yesterday for some late afternoon Snook
action around Port Everglades
in Fort Lauderdale,We got a dozen hogleg mullet
and trolled a couple of spots. Didn't see a single tarpon roll all afternoon. While we didn't get a snook, we did catch some decent sized jacks
and landed this barracuda
casting white jerk baits with a mono leader. Oh yeah I forgot to mention that we didn't actually land the cuda, it jumped in the boat. Video…
Added by Oranse Taylor on April 26, 2008 at 11:24am —
I think I have a solution I am going to pick up some 30 lbs test and maybe be a treble hook that'll get-r-done. maybe fishing in some newer spots. I also filled the blue gills I caught last night that we nice, Hell it was the first time I evered fillet a fish myself guess I am the you tube grass hopper
Added by Norman Daugherty on April 26, 2008 at 10:57am —
I tried using chicken liver and a casting out at about four feet depth! Does anyone have anyone have any recomendation or any adivise for Catching catfish
Added by Norman Daugherty on April 26, 2008 at 12:16am —
Late Friday afternoon trip with Capt. Jeff
. We are gonna be fishing out his Ranger Banshee. It feels hot enough and muggy enough, so we figured damn the boat traffic, damn the Friday night cruisers we gonna hit a few corners and see if there are any snook out there.
Added by Oranse Taylor on April 25, 2008 at 4:03pm —
Yesterday my buddy and I went fishing up the lehigh river in Thornhurst, Pennsylvania I was using mealy worms,nightcrawlers,PowerBait. I caught my first 2 trout on mealy worms they were decent sizes. Then I ran out of mealys and switched to nightcrawlers, and caught about a 15 inch brown trout. FinallY I went to Powerbait and I caught another rainbow decent size so I can say I had a good day yesterday in Thornhurst,Pennsylvania. My first 2 trout were rainbows. So if any of you members on here… Continue
Added by Jeffrey Andrzejewski on April 25, 2008 at 11:21am —
Caught six Catfish tonight...ponds by berkies..all on liver ..and one perch on liver..lol...didnt fish long...katilin showed up with her guitar and i got distracted...they were all about 14 inches..
Added by Big Blake Mattern on April 25, 2008 at 11:13am —
FISH WITH A PRO!
Take a team, fishing for the day, and give a kid the experience of a lifetime!
We have teamed up with the Competitive Sport Fishing League to have a day where kids can fish with a pro!
I hope you can make the trip and take a kid fishing.
DATE: Saturday July 26, 2007
LOCATION: Chemong Lake, Bridgenorth, Ont.
-Blast off 9:00am.
-Weigh-in and BBQ… Continue
Added by Joe on April 24, 2008 at 12:50pm —
I am wondering if I have a lemon. Everyone I have ever talked to about Yamaha outboards have said nothing but good things about them but my outboard is running rough and its not even a year old. I bought a Stratos 176XT with a 70 hp Yamaha on the back in July last year and since that time it has been in the shop five times for repairs and they still cannot find the problem. Don't get me wrong I love the boat but when you pay good money for a new boat you shouldnt have to worry about rough… Continue
Added by BrianJ on April 23, 2008 at 5:13pm —
A friend of mine e-mailed me at work and invited me with him to fish Joe Pool Tuesday afternoon. Fished from 6-9 p.m. Caught about 40, but only seven keepers. Also caught a carp, some largemouths, bream and a rock bass.
All fish were caught on his hand-tied hair jigs tight-lined in 2-4 feet of water, mostly around grassy areas. Surface temps were 73-80. Air temp in the 80s and muggy.
Added by Carl Ellis on April 23, 2008 at 9:58am —
Hey everyone, well today is my first day on the Maitland River. I am fishing for some carp today... hopefully gonna get into some big ones.
I have also purchased a new fishing boat that will go along nicely in the small rivers and lakes in and also the grey bruce area. I am picking the boat up this weekend!!!
However for today it is chest wader time....
I will keep you posted on my new fishing spots and how I am progressing throughout the… Continue
Added by Ryan Cook on April 23, 2008 at 7:17am —
Startig bass fishing around 7p.m. after class. I was using my new rapala x-rap. First cast I caught a 14in bass. I was happy cause I didn't know the lure would perform. By sunset I had caught close to 30 bass and 1 channel catfish all on the same lure. The x-rap is a wonderful lure in my opinion to use. It has great realistic movement in the water and the suspending is awesome.
Added by jcarpenter on April 22, 2008 at 5:44pm —
I was driving East on 71st on my way to work last Tuesday, and had one of the biggest coyotes I've ever seen in this part of the state waltz across all six lanes of traffic from one small wooded area to another. It was 7:20 am, but I had been to the office once that morning, and, unfortunately, had left my digital camera there, so I missed a great photo opportunity.
Two years ago, I saw another coyote standing on the side of the road near Little Joe Creek at 53rd and Sheridan. It was 2pm,… Continue
Added by roadhunter on April 22, 2008 at 9:47am —