Monthly Archives: September 2014

Opening Day On The Chetco: Ground Zero For Trophy Kings

By Andy Martin | 09/30/2014 The bite was like that of any other fall king salmon hitting a trolled baitfish in one of Oregon's coastal bays. At first the rod tip slightly twitched. Tap, tap. Then it dipped down a couple times, followed by a single, long downward motion, almost to the water. The rod [...]

Opening Day On The Chetco: Ground Zero For Trophy Kings2018-04-18T19:05:50+00:00

Atlanta Trout Bite On Fire!

By Chris Shaffer | 09/29/2014 After exiting I-285 in North Atlanta we’d driven past a Zaxby’s, Waffle House, Hardees, Dunkin Donuts and a slough of other fast food restaurants, all well known in the Deep South. People sported Atlanta Falcons and Georgia Bulldog stickers on their cars. Downtown Atlanta, Turner Field, The Georgia Dome and [...]

Atlanta Trout Bite On Fire!2018-04-18T19:05:52+00:00

Colorado High Country Trout in Feed Mode

By Chris Shaffer | 09/23/2014 It was almost 10am when the four wheels of our truck rolled into the dirt parking lot at Deep Lake, nearly 10,500 feet high in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. We’d missed the 8 a.m. morning bite two hunters that had put down their bows for a few hours in search of [...]

Colorado High Country Trout in Feed Mode2018-04-18T19:05:56+00:00

Salmon Anglers: Get Your Wobble On

By Bob Kratzer | 09/22/2014 It’s September and to Pacific Northwest anglers that means big, bright, upriver Columbia River king salmon. At this time more than 712,015 kings have passed over Bonneville Dam and are showing in strong numbers. Fortunately, it’s going to get even better. While salmon are plentiful this fall, it’s important to [...]

Salmon Anglers: Get Your Wobble On2018-04-18T19:05:57+00:00

Sacramento Salmon Still Coming in Low Water

By Mike Bogue | 09/18/2014 There was a lot of negative media coverage a few months ago prior to our Sacramento River salmon opener. We all heard that the terrible drought we are in was going to cripple our salmon run. I knew that wasn’t going to be the case and the last few weeks [...]

Sacramento Salmon Still Coming in Low Water2018-04-18T19:05:58+00:00

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