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Have you ever been on the water when the fish just don't seem to be biting? Well, it happens to all of us and I'd like to give you a piece of advice: Just keep telling yourself, "The fish are always biting." I personally know that the fish are always ...
Argus Leader · 10/1/2014
Where are fish biting? In general, walleye populations are strong in the Des Moines, Iowa, Cedar, Raccoon, Little Sioux and Wapsipinicon rivers, Department of Natural Resources staffers say. Check out this story on desmoinesregister.com: http ...
Des Moines Register · 5/25/2014
Saturday's Minnesota fishing opener is shaping up to be one for the books. The forecast for Saturday, if it holds, will be pleasant for most of the state. Unlike the past two years, ice is out everywhere. And most important, the state fish, walleyes, are ...
TwinCities Pioneer Press · ByDave Orrick · 5/6/2015
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If you're going swimming in Scandinavia, wear your trunks -- no ifs, ands or nuts. Authorities are warning skinny dippers about the Pacu, a fish similar to the piranha that really enjoys cracking nuts with its strong jaws. They've also been known to ...
The Huffington Post · 8/11/2013
Though its teeth are used mainly to crush nuts and fruits, the pacu eats other fish and invertebrates and there have been some reports of human attacks. In Papua New Guinea, the invasive species has reportedly earned a reputation as the "ball-cutter" after ...
Live Science · 8/12/2013
Find all your favourite bits from today's Bite magazine, online. Follow the hyperlinks in Jo Elwin's editor's letter and lose yourself in bite.co.nz. Pan-fried fish recipe by Geoff Scott can be found on bite.co.nz. Photo / Tamara West Not a week goes by ...
New Zealand Herald · 8/11/2014
LAKE MAUMELLE Largemouth bass are biting well on wacky-rigged worms, spinnerbaits, buzzbaits and jerk baits in 10 feet of water and less. Crappie fishing is fair in about 15 feet of water, but recent rains have scattered the fish. Bream are biting well in ...
Arkansas Online · 8 hours ago
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OSLO — Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water, as the saying goes, male skinny-dippers in Scandinavia are being warned about a fish infamous for munching on testicles. Yes, you read that right. The Pacu, native to South America …
Q 13 Fox · 8/12/2013
... that will land them on the end of a hook better than hatchery fish. Prodded by fishermen, the Oregon Hatchery Research Center has agreed to see if it can breed the bite back into hatchery steelhead. Results won’t be known for at least four years ...
The Columbian · 4/27/2014
I also heard specks and white trout are biting well early on the Eastern Shore reefs and around Daphne Pilings. Things slow down once the sun gets up at mid morning, but someone could still cobble together a nice mess of fish throughout the day with live ...
Al.com · ByJeff Dute · 5/17/2012