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By Seamus on 1/14/2022 7:21:27 AM • Views (21)
Fishing activity was mixed with some doing fairly well others not. The barometer had been steady for the second day so some thought it would improve.  I’m thinking as the snow skirts us to the southeast today that might be the change needed. We dodged a bullet so to speak by not receiving another 8 […] The post January 14th 2022 first appeared on...

By Seamus on 1/14/2022 12:00:00 AM • Views (13)
Welcome to Winter! It’s a wonderland up there with the snow pack looking pretty good for the moment. We now have a blocking high pressure system which is making for some warm sunny days again and that bodes well for getting out and enjoying some good access to the rivers in our area. The Metolius … Continue reading MLK Weekend Fishing Report 1/14/...

By Seamus on 1/13/2022 9:19:38 PM • Views (123)
96 Recfishwest Newsletter View this email in your browser Recfishwest Fishing Report 14/01/22 Picture: Zach Relph Our contributors Sedin Hasanovic Jade Relph Peter Fullarton John Curtis G'day > Growing up in the South West getting a feed of marron was a summer staple. Snaring in Harvey Dam or exploring parts of the Collie River near the great coal...

By Seamus on 1/13/2022 9:18:25 PM • Views (24)
This is part of what your family can enjoy at Buena Vista Sport Fishing Resort

By Seamus on 1/13/2022 9:18:25 PM • Views (36)
This is part of what your family can enjoy at Buena Vista Sport Fishing Resort

By Seamus on 1/13/2022 9:07:03 PM • Views (23)
Hey Fishermen After a little time off due to weather and a lot of grass and weeds in the water it is good to be back out. The weather was great today and looks good through the beginning of the week. The family bagged a couple of nice sturgeon and has some other opportunities. Just... Read more » The post San Francisco Fishing Charters. Report 1/1...

By Frisco Rod & Gun on 1/13/2022 7:55:49 PM • Views (29)
Not a bad day for January. High temperature for today was 55F here in Frisco. Winds are out of the NW this evening at 6mph. Tomorrow looks like more of the same weather. Keeping an eye on the weekend storm. … Continue reading → The post Hatteras Island Fishing Report appeared first on Hatteras Island Fishing Report.


By Juno Bait on 1/13/2022 4:18:37 PM • Views (37)
Don't forget to sign up for our Substack...Fishing Report delivered right to your inbox! ​junobait.substack.com/p/weekend-fishing-outlook?r=15fpx7&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=webOFFSHORE- No reports to speak of this week offshore wise. Weather for the most part has kept everybody at home.Expect the sailfish reports to start coming in tomorrow thou...

By Seamus on 1/13/2022 3:41:06 PM • Views (31)
Since Kat and I welcomed our baby I’ve been able to get out a few days with some new people. As part of a writing project Monte Burke (of Lords of the Fly fame) came down to fish with John and me. We were talking more than usual but this didn’t stop us from throwing… The post Fishing with John appeared first on The Angling Company.

By Seamus on 1/13/2022 2:32:00 PM • Views (39)
We have opened our access to cars and trucks up to 1-ton that can haul up to a single-axle fish house (commercial use of our access is not allowed). Sorry no tandem or larger fish-houses allowed behind cars or trucks this weekend. We will announce later when will allow those. We will be monitoring the snow situation for Friday and will begin to plo...

By Seamus on 1/13/2022 2:28:01 PM • Views (36)
I have two dates available for September 2022: 28 29 Fly Fishing or Light Tackle Striped Bass on the MA coast. Shoot me an e-mail if you are interested in these dates. – Capt. Dave BAYMEN www.baymenlife.com 29 Years Guiding … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 1/13/2022 1:44:45 PM • Views (12)
Dan Johnson from Hatteras took friends Juan Carlos and Anthony fishing  on the 13th with Captain William on the Wanderer. Fishing was slow at first but Dan kept a keen eye on the spread until this MONSTER Dorado came calling:

By Seamus on 1/13/2022 1:12:55 PM • Views (98)
Click Here to Support the Report ICE ON THE WEEKLY FISHING REPORT “IT’S ABOUT THE CATCHING” CONTEST STUFF: Full results to be posted as soon as we can get it done. Great turn out with 131 teams combined Pro and EDA divisions. 70% of the teams weighed in fish mostly Trout. Salmon made a good showing with 4 limits brought to the scale. Pike had the...

By Seamus on 1/13/2022 11:56:55 AM • Views (21)
Not too long after this pic was taken I was climbing down out of a deer stand and got my wedding ring hung up on one of the steps. I was unaware of it as I skipped the last few … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 1/13/2022 9:19:42 AM • Views (55)
Florida is perhaps the most popular fishing designation in the world and Crystal River is a “must fish” spot for avid anglers.   As spring approaches fishing heats up and...

By The Striper Experience on 1/13/2022 9:01:12 AM • Views (24)
The current lake level is 1071.1 with water temps of 52-55 degrees.  The water clarity is clear on the main lake and slightly stained in the backs of the creeks and up the rivers. January striper fishing will continue to be good through the end of the The post January 2022 Lake Lanier Striper Fishing Report appeared first on The Striper Experience...

By Seamus on 1/13/2022 6:48:15 AM • Views (17)
The warmer weather and barometer has seemed to improve the bite. Got quite a few reports from fishermen.  Most Walleye caught were small and way under the slot. As well as with the Perch.  A few “keepers” were reported. The warmer weather has settled the snow some but we are not making any ice except […] The post January 13th 2022 first appeared o...

By Seamus on 1/12/2022 11:02:16 PM • Views (36)
Half way through the week and it was a pretty day but here on the island. We had a high temperature of 52F. We have winds out of the West tonight at 11mph. Looks like rain moving in for the … Continue reading → The post Hatteras Island Fishing Report appeared first on Hatteras Island Fishing Report.

By Seamus on 1/12/2022 6:49:18 PM • Views (27)
We had the pleasure of Sheldon his twin boys and Father fish with us.  Today we received their family fishing pictures.  This is what ice fishing and family are all about!  Enjoy!  A HUGE THANK YOU TO SHELDON FOR TAKING THE TIME TO SEND US THESE FANTASTIC PICTURES.

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By Seamus on 1/20/2022 8:42:00 PM • Views (74)
96 Recfishwest Newsletter View this email in your browser Recfishwest Fishing Report 21/01/22 Picture: Marco Fraschetti Our contributors Sedin Hasanovic Jade Relph Peter Fullarton John Curtis G'day > There's something about yellowfin whiting boiling behind a surface lure in less than 1m of water. It's a visual form of fishing made better by the fa...

By Seamus on 1/16/2022 8:30:32 PM • Views (69)

By Seamus on 1/16/2022 5:35:47 PM • Views (77)
Hello Anglers this is the fishing report from Captain Franklin my catch report from today was 2/4  on Pacific sailfish and we landed 4 large Mahi Mahi for Dinner we raised a blue marlin but no luck to releasing him 100% great weather and fishing on fire. for reservations contact captain Franklin Big Eye Charter […] The post Dorados and Sailfish in...

By Seamus on 1/18/2022 10:53:15 PM • Views (64)

By Seamus on 1/18/2022 6:18:41 PM • Views (52)
Amazing Blue Marlin Season in Quepos Costa Rica this is the catch report from Captian Franklin on the Big Eye II. Everyday is Special today we release a 300 pound Blue Marlin 2 Pacific Sailfish one large Yellowfin tuna around 60 pounds and a Mahi Mahi (dorado) one of the best seasons for Blue Marlin […] The post Fishing Report January 13th Big Eye...

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