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Snowmobile trails are marked to the Igloo from the Rainy River, NW Angle, and Warroad. Ice fishing is in full swing and the fish are biting. If your favorite resort is full the dates you have available, don't fret, there are options. If you are looking to ...
OutdoorsFIRST · 12/27/2013
There are clouds of sharks in the typical tarpon grounds off Sanibel and up north. Early morning bites were fair with fish in the 80-pound range the order of the day. Crews ran back into passes and bays to finish up. The …
FLORIDA SPORTSMAN · 1 day ago
... called the pacu has been making headlines recently because of warnings to fishermen from Danish fish experts that the toothy swimmer is known for biting off testicles, causing men everywhere to cringe in horror and vow never to go swimming ever again.
pawnation.com · 8/14/2013
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It’s hard not to start a fishing report right now talking about speckled trout because the bite has been on fire. The good part is that not only are a lot of trout being caught, but good numbers of big ones are being landed. Spanish mackerel, ladyfish ...
Pensacola News Journal · 6/20/2014
Capt. Joe Fumo of Fish Finder II reported that a decent amount of fish were boated this week. Fish to 26 inches and six pounders were had by a few anglers. Joe Heff and Harry Muff had a couple of fish in the 5-pound range over last week, in all they had ...
Shore News Today · 6/7/2012
A small fish with a big reputation – for biting off the testicles of men in the waters of Papua New Guinea – is on the move. It has made its way to France and there are fears it could be headed for London next. It was reported last month that the ...
New York Post · 9/7/2013
For those looking to do a little fishing this year at a national park, it might be a good idea to catch and release. Mercury has been discovered in fish in some of the most remote national park lakes and streams in the western United States and Alaska ...
Mississippi Business Journal · 4/16/2014
and hatchery fish that make it back from the ocean are less likely to bite than wild fish. Increasing hatchery releases can also harm wild fish by filling up limited habitat. After several years of favorable ocean conditions …
Connecticut Post · 5/16/2015
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To address the problem, the fishermen decided to bring in the help of Oregon scientists. Over the years, hatchery bred fish are getting less inclined to bite hooks cast by the local fishermen. More often than not, fishermen hook wild steelheads ...
Tech Times · 4/28/2014
The weather is cooling off, but the fish bite is heating up on Percy Priest and Old Hickory lakes. Brian Carper, a guide who works primarily on the two Midstate lakes, said the plunging temperatures mean that most bass and hybrids start storing up for the ...
The Tennessean · 11/13/2014