18 06, 2014

Kentucky’s Hatchery Creek Stuffed With Trout


By Chris Shaffer | 06/18/2014 Duane Inglin looked perplexed. Stunned, in fact. The radio co-host and veteran seminar speaker/bait junkie was standing on the south side of South Central Kentucky’s Hatchery Creek with this side of the hole to himself when a man walked up, stood two feet upstream from him and cast into the [...]

Kentucky’s Hatchery Creek Stuffed With Trout2019-10-31T08:51:53-07:00
17 06, 2014

Kentucky’s Cumberland Rainbows Showing Big


By Chris Shaffer | 06/17/2014 It’s been a long time since the Pautzke family has fished in Kentucky. In fact, since established in 1934, we’ve never been. It took selling more than 90 million jars of our salmon eggs to finally peek between the borders of the Commonwealth for trout. In the decade I’ve been [...]

Kentucky’s Cumberland Rainbows Showing Big2019-10-31T08:51:53-07:00
12 06, 2014

Berryessa Kicking Out Cali’s Largest Kokanee


By Troy Barr | 06/12/2014 Two years ago was the freak year at Lake Berryessa. We saw kokanee up to 22 inches. Our fish were big, like Flaming Gorge kokanee. Last year, on the other hand, our kokanee were a little smaller. Sure we caught some 19-inch fish, but most were 16-18 inches. This year [...]

Berryessa Kicking Out Cali’s Largest Kokanee2019-10-31T08:51:53-07:00
11 06, 2014

Salmon River Springer Action Expected To Be Epic


By Homer Brown | 06/11/2014 While springer season has ended in much of the Northwest, where I fish it’s just begun. The Salmon River near Riggins, Idaho, is kind of special because every five years we get a real late run of spring Chinook and that late run is taking place now. The reason we [...]

Salmon River Springer Action Expected To Be Epic2019-10-31T08:51:53-07:00
10 06, 2014