Bing

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
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
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
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
I hate to say that fishing is as good as it gets. Invariably, someone's going to go, not find the fish just jumping into the boat, then cuss me for sending them on a wild goose chase. More likely, the fishing gods get wind of it and either out of pure ...
Al.com · ByJeff Dute · 5/17/2012
Like with mosquitoes, it's the female blood-seeking deer flies that do the biting as they are seeking protein for their ... In fact, Indians rubbed bear grease and fish oil over their skin in order to coat it and repel bugs. The best suggestions for ...
Highlands Today · 6/4/2013
... 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
Biting fish had their own Christmas Day meal consisting of people’s toes and fingers when more than 70 bathers were attacked by a carnivorous mass of biting palometa fish, “a type of piranha, big, voracious and with sharp teeth that can really bite ...
Examiner · 12/26/2013
A seven-year-old girl had her finger partially amputated and dozens more suffered bite wounds on their extremities from the fish, a relative of the piranha called "palometas," said Federico Cornier, the director of emergency services in the city of Rosario.
Reuters · 1/5/2014