29 06, 2016

Alaska’s Deshka River Sporting Strong Salmon Bite on Cured Bait

2019-10-31T08:52:45-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer When we booked our fishing trip with Alaska guide Andy Couch a few months ago he suggested we plan for a full day chasing Chinook on the Deshka River. The hope was to gain enough footage to film Pautzke Outdoors on this popular greater Anchorage area fishery without Couch having to give [...]

Alaska’s Deshka River Sporting Strong Salmon Bite on Cured Bait2019-10-31T08:52:45-07:00
24 06, 2016

Learn to Make Super Saturated Roe

2019-10-31T08:52:45-07:00

By Andy Couch In Alaska it’s no secret that salmon roe is a top bait, especially when fishing for early running king and coho salmon. There are times, however, when a roe-fishing angler may need to, “kick it up a notch,” in order to draw strikes in occluded waters or jazz heavily pressured salmon into one [...]

Learn to Make Super Saturated Roe2019-10-31T08:52:45-07:00
20 06, 2016

PA’s Lehigh River Still Producing Big Trout

2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer Lehigh River veteran fishing guide Paul Davidson looked at the sky and warned us. Citing a high sun, clear water and substantial heat he expected a slow bite. In fact, he said we’d be fortunate to land a few fish. Despite the conditions we were in town to show Davidson (and many [...]

PA’s Lehigh River Still Producing Big Trout2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00
19 06, 2016

Washington’s Roosevelt Lake Kicking Out Monster Kokanee

2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00

By: Big Duane Inglin There’s many hot kokanee bites in Washington. However, no reservoir can rival the size and quality of kokes being caught in Lake Roosevelt. It’s become the go-to place in the Northwest for trophy kokanee. Normally, anglers target them in the winter, but spring and summer can be productive, too. And, it [...]

Washington’s Roosevelt Lake Kicking Out Monster Kokanee2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00
15 06, 2016

Learn To Make Halibut Bait Like A Pro

2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00

By: Gary Blasi When halibut fishing anywhere on the West Coast there’s nothing more important than establishing a strong scent trail. Generally, down 300 feet where we fish it’s dark and the fish can’t see too well, so you want three things: sound, scent and a little bit of sight. For many anglers if you [...]

Learn To Make Halibut Bait Like A Pro2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00
14 06, 2016

Youghiogheny River Trout Showing In Summer Heat

2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00

By: Joey Usher For the most part trout fishing has grinded to a halt in Southwest Pennsylvania. On the other hand, the Youghiogheny River is still standing tall and will remain a quality trout fishery for the rest of the year. In fact, the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission is still stocking trout here and [...]

Youghiogheny River Trout Showing In Summer Heat2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00
13 06, 2016

Washington’s Wapato Lake Kicking Out Nice Trout

2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00

By: Anton Jones North central Washington offers wonderful fishing opportunities. My family has been able to run a successful guide service chasing Lake Chelan’s kokanee and lake trout for many years. That downrigging pays the bills. Meanwhile, to entertain grandkids and return to my roots as a bait fisherman I migrate to Mason, Washington, to [...]

Washington’s Wapato Lake Kicking Out Nice Trout2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00
12 06, 2016

Tillamook Springer Bite Kicking into High Gear

2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00

By: Dave Manners Springer fishing in Tillamook Bay and our tidewaters was slow out of the gate this spring. There were fish being caught, but not in large numbers. We had good and bad days. However, the last few weeks action improved and become more consistent. In fact, it’s been improving daily and I’m expecting [...]

Tillamook Springer Bite Kicking into High Gear2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00
9 06, 2016

Icicle River Springers Returning to North Central Washington

2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00

By: Brad Wagner In North Central Washington the Icicle River’s springer fishing is a big deal. It marks the first of our salmon fisheries that opens. It’s one of our fisheries that have been consistent for a long time and it’s a cool fishery. It’s a small river where you can catch big salmon and [...]

Icicle River Springers Returning to North Central Washington2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00
7 06, 2016

North Carolina’s Big Snowbird Stocked Full of Trout Now

2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer Trout stocking continues strong in North Carolina and with delayed harvest waters opening to bait this past weekend anglers have an endless amount of opportunities to catch trout in the western part of the state. Almost as far west as you can go, Big Snowbird Creek remains an overlooked year-round trout fishery [...]

North Carolina’s Big Snowbird Stocked Full of Trout Now2019-10-31T08:52:44-07:00
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