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By Seamus on 6/25/2022 11:36:03 AM • Views (14)
🔥Book your trip NOW for July and August (863) 357-0892  It may be HOT out but so is the fishing at Headwaters! Ross Whitney and his buddy from work came for the second time this year! We caught a ton more bass again out on Headwaters! The fishing has been incredible this summer with an […] The post Heawaters Fishing Guide Updated 6/25 appeared fi...

By Seamus on 6/25/2022 10:22:00 AM • Views (17)
It’s a happening...like swarms of a plague to a dry fly dopers delight the largest mayflies on earth are emerging at dusk. The chance for the biggest brown trout of a lifetime awaits when the tug on the glow line in your hands after midnight is the drug. The iconic Hexagenia and Lithrobrancha ( Dark Drake) hatch is on! In the complete anthology...

By Seamus on 6/25/2022 9:09:24 AM • Views (5)
From EWEB – Eugene Water and Electric Board Help inform EWEB Commissioners on the social impacts of the future alternatives of the Leaburg Project. Provide your public comments here: EWEB.org/LeaburgPublicComment Also please drop by Lloyd Knox Park on Saturday June … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 6/25/2022 8:25:49 AM • Views (85)
The Swim Bait Craze

By Seamus on 6/25/2022 6:34:59 AM • Views (2)
WordPress Maja Spoons again score big! A post from: CAPTAIN FISH PORT JEFFERSON 631-974-4933

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 11:56:46 PM • Views (3)
Summertime   Much aloha and God Bless The post Kona Fishing Report appeared first on Camelot Sport Fishing.

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 11:55:21 PM • Views (12)
Returning clients Mike and Chris were back onboard with me for another round of fishing. This time we were at New Melones to chase kokanee. The morning started off loosing the first three fish however that soon changed as we … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 10:23:00 PM • Views (35)
What fish has the ugliest hair style? A MULLET! Offshore hit the docks today with yellow fin tuna big eye tuna mahi-mahi and wahoo. A few boats had flags flying as well! Nearshore fishing has had the best time catching ribbon fish mostly but the false albacore have made their appearance while mackerel and blues are still biting. Inshore boats have...

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 9:43:12 PM • Views (31)
Ramp 43 over slot sized Drum. Ramp 44 Spanish Mackerel bite. There continue to be puppy drum caught sound side.   The post June 24 2022 appeared first on Red Drum Tackle Shop.

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 9:11:24 PM • Views (55)
The Zincraft gang was aboard for their 36th annual Fluke trip. This year was one of the few time it didnt rain. All the. boys had a great time. Fishing wasnt great but the boys worked at iut and put together a decent box of 20 keepers. Roy won the pool with a solid 4 pounder. n Save 50 Miles on Shore Traffic and Gas Closest Boat from North Jersey...

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 8:14:53 PM • Views (14)
It looks like we will end up June with some cooler weather relatively speaking. We’ll also have increased rain chances so you may have to dodge a few showers during the week. The lake level dropped slightly last week and the current level Friday afternoon was 1070.54. That is.46 below full pool and down […] The post Capt Mack’s Fishing Report-June...

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 7:39:36 PM • Views (5)
OUTLOOK  Summer is here and is looks like she is going to teach Spring a lesson about what an epic weekend should look like. If the weather man gets it right we will see high 20s Saturday through Monday and we hope everyone can take advantage of it and get out enjoy mother nature.    With... The post Pacific Angler Friday Fishing Report: June 24 2...

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 7:11:09 PM • Views (30)
The post Postlethwait Crew With A Box Full Of Yellowfin Tuna! appeared first on Fish The Pelican.

By nativson on 6/24/2022 7:03:00 PM • Views (27)
Scrappy fishing. A bite here or there and ended up with a few. Breezy and choppy out of the N.E. so not the best conditions. We had a great crew who made the most of it. Thanks ya'll!

By rcferdon on 6/24/2022 4:31:00 PM • Views (32)
As the temperatures start to rise the fishing around the Grand Strand heats up too. Tarpon redfish and other summertime favorites provide anglers with plenty of action as they hit our local waters. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just looking to wet a line for the first time there’s something to be caught right […]

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 3:03:00 PM • Views (33)
A slot fish is about to be released from the kayak today. Still loads of big stripers around if you know where to look!

By Outcast on 6/24/2022 2:51:08 PM • Views (16)
Fishing has been good and so has the weather. I have a few openings for next week. Give me a call ~ Let’s set something up. 262.227.9507

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 2:20:44 PM • Views (5)
Capt Dave reports much better fishing today on the Viking Star. It was a good morning at the with really nice size Porgies and a few SeaBass mixed in. We then ventured to the east and found mixed size Porgies and SeaBass. There was a good ratio of Porgies to SeaBass out there but it […]

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 2:14:24 PM • Views (7)
Capt Steven Sr reports a great trip for the Kaminski group. We started out the trip with a moment of silence for Captain Ron Kaminski and finished the service with prayers and flowers. Tuesday saw a slow start with rough conditions. It was pick pick pick. Then conditions improved and fishing got better and better […]

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 1:49:05 PM • Views (31)
http://jimruskfishingalaska.com Hi everyone well it is all most July here in Alaska and fishing is the mission. So as you probably know the first run Kenai River King Salmon fishing was closed due to poor returns and the Kasilof River was also closed so we have been targeting Sockeye Salmon and Rainbow Trout. King Salmon fishing […] The post Kenai...

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By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 6/27/2022 • Views (111)
I did 4 guide trips last week and the fishing got progressively better as the week went along. We averaged 35 fish per day and we caught several big fish each day. The fish are getting acclimated to the warmer water temperatures and they seem to be getting more active. The best pattern continues to be river channel ledges with big crankbaits and...

By Seamus on 6/25/2022 8:25:49 AM • Views (85)
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By Seamus on 6/24/2022 2:01:50 AM • Views (83)
96 Recfishwest Newsletter View this email in your browser Recfishwest Fishing Report 24/06/22 School mackerel: Credit - Marco Fraschetti Our contributors Sam Russell John Dempsey Peter Fullarton John Curtis G'day > For the past few days it's been wake up fish for tailor go to work finish work fish for pinkies sleep and repeat. The swell has been q...

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 12:00:16 PM • Views (81)
Click Here to Support the Report “ITS ABOUT THE CATCHING” MARINA STORE HOURS: SAT AND SUN 7:00AM - 7:00PM MON - FRI 8:00AM - 6:00PM CURRENT CONDITIONS: Park County Stage 2 Fire Ban. Fires allowed in State Park campsite fire pits. All Park facilities are open. Wind has sat down a little. WATER TEMP: 62 ELEVEN MILE STATE PARK IS LOCATED IN THE SOUTH...

By Seamus on 6/24/2022 9:11:24 PM • Views (55)
The Zincraft gang was aboard for their 36th annual Fluke trip. This year was one of the few time it didnt rain. All the. boys had a great time. Fishing wasnt great but the boys worked at iut and put together a decent box of 20 keepers. Roy won the pool with a solid 4 pounder. n Save 50 Miles on Shore Traffic and Gas Closest Boat from North Jersey...

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