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28 05, 2013

New Mexico’s Santa Cruz Lake Yielding Rainbows On FireBait

2018-04-18T19:07:55-07:00

By Chris Shaffer | 05/28/2013 Fortunately, we were able to spend two, quick hours at Santa Cruz Lake. Heavily fished by residents of Espanola and Santa Fe, Santa Cruz didn’t hide is popularity. Even on a weekday, anglers lined the banks and boats suffocated the lake’s shoreline. There were easily 100 anglers fishing and more [...]

New Mexico’s Santa Cruz Lake Yielding Rainbows On FireBait2018-04-18T19:07:55-07:00
27 05, 2013

Oregon’s Trask River Springers Hitting Stride

2018-04-18T19:07:56-07:00

By Big Dave Manners | 05/27/2013 While our springer season on the Oregon Coast started out a little slow due to lack of rain and low/clear water levels salmon are now being caught in Tillamook Bay and the coastal streams. Thanks to a blast of rain last week, more and more springers are moving into [...]

Oregon’s Trask River Springers Hitting Stride2018-04-18T19:07:56-07:00
22 05, 2013

Pecos River Trout Munching Natural Colored Salmon Eggs

2018-04-18T19:07:56-07:00

By Chris Shaffer | 05/20/2013 North New Mexico is littered with quality trout streams and while the Pecos River doesn’t harbor the most trophy fish in the state, it’s stuffed with catchable rainbows throughout the spring, summer and fall. It’s a great place to catch lots of trout. New Mexico Game & Fish does an [...]

Pecos River Trout Munching Natural Colored Salmon Eggs2018-04-18T19:07:56-07:00
10 05, 2013

North Georgia’s Cooper Creek Stuffed With Planted Rainbows

2015-06-24T03:16:10-07:00

By Chris Shaffer | 05/10/2013 I spent a decade trout fishing California’s western Sierra Nevada. Being a California resident I’m used to tons of fishing pressure, weekly trout plants and lots of 10-inch rainbows. Two weeks ago, on my first trout fishing trip in Northern Georgia, I felt at home. On our way back to [...]

North Georgia’s Cooper Creek Stuffed With Planted Rainbows2015-06-24T03:16:10-07:00