Fall 'Eyes Abound
By Samuel Forbes
As summer has past us and we journey into fall, many outdoorsmen are hanging up their rods and reaching for their rifles. If you are one of these people, you may want to reconsider signing off for the year. These chilly months often give up some of the best walleye fishing of the year and the scenery is spectacular as well. Another attribute is that while many sportsman are out chasing grouse and whitetail, you'll often have the hot spots all…
Crankin’ Cold Water ‘Eyes
By Sam Anderson
Late season walleyes are very aggressive but unfortunately for the fisherman the lakes are so full of forage all fish have to do is inhale and they have a meal. For this reason the best action is to fish an artificial bait fast. It might seem strange, but the faster the better. In fact, when you think you are trolling too fast speed up a little more. My theory is that when an artificial bait goes whizzing by, the predator instinct takes…Continue
Usually when the fish are suspended they're more spread out. I find, that the trick is to cover a lot of water and put a bait near as many fish as possible.
Crankbaits will allow me to cover water quickly and big walleyes have a…Continue
Added by Mike Snow on October 27, 2011 at 1:30am — No Comments
Added by Mike Snow on October 27, 2011 at 1:27am — No Comments
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Added by Mike Snow on October 26, 2011 at 11:00pm — No Comments
We have had such great fishing at the Channel Islands this year, and it has been a great pleasure to spend many of those days fishing on the Seabiscuit. We have caught a lot of very large Halibut, some nice white Sea Bass, lots of reds and lingcod. The season is beginning to wind down, but we still have a couple of months to go, so hopefully there will be more to come.
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Added by Mike Elder on October 24, 2011 at 9:19pm — No Comments
We have had some wonderful fishing this year at the Channel Islands. The world record for the Calfornia Halibut was broken 2 times and the White Seabass fishing was outstanding. It was really nice to see the hustle and bustle at Channel Islands Sportfishing like I have not seen it in years. I also got the opportunity to host a Charity event for Project Healing waters, for the injured military personnel, to learn to tie flies and go fly fishing to help get them back to a better life. A very…Continue
Added by Mike Elder on October 23, 2011 at 5:05pm — No Comments
“To say we LOVE our new Sea Eagle 8 is an understatement! Since we do a lot of camping at fresh water lakes and rivers, we decided Sea Eagle would be the right boat so…Continue
Added by Timothy Emmons on October 14, 2011 at 11:37am — No Comments
Catching Bass is a new sport for us and we will try almost anything to catch some legal ones to eat. Since I’m so new at it, I normally miss a lot of strikes, but now and then we land one or sometimes even two!
It was Labor Day weekend…Continue
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Hey Fishing Fans.....Check out this awesome question I was asked by a friend of mine. R.J. Lanoie.
What do you think??? Lets hear it!
Here's a question for you Andy. In your opinion, Fall bass. . . There are all common " laws " for bass fishing that apply all year round, temperature, pressure, spawn etc that help figure out patterns or where some bass might be. Summer time. . . most people avoid fishing peak sun hours because its so hot and bright,…Continue
Sometimes you just can't help hooking a fish deep into the throat or the stomach area. A late hookset is usually the culprit. A windy day when you may not feel the bite until it's too late or the fish may just swallow the bait in it's enthusiastic chomp on that delicious plastic. Ummm! Yum! Yum! Whatever the reason, we want to release the fish with minimal harm. The answer to…Continue
Added by John Cochran on October 4, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments