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31 07, 2017

Chama River Fishing Well For Trout

2018-04-18T18:57:53-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer Most rivers and streams in Northern New Mexico have finally receded to favorable levels and anglers are catching limits of trout following heavy stockings by New Mexico Game & Fish. This pattern should continue through early October as water levels continue to fall. Action at the Chama River remains impressive even amongst [...]

Chama River Fishing Well For Trout2018-04-18T18:57:53-07:00
25 07, 2017

Wisconsin Salmon Fishing: Best in Many Years

2018-04-18T18:57:57-07:00

By: Kyle Deavers This season has been a welcome sight to salmon anglers in Wisconsin. For the first time in many years we are catching large numbers of Chinook and they are much bigger than we’ve been seeing in previous years. This is the best bite we’ve had since 2010 and provides hope that our [...]

Wisconsin Salmon Fishing: Best in Many Years2018-04-18T18:57:57-07:00
18 07, 2017

New Mexico’s Hopewell Lake Loaded with Trout

2018-04-18T18:57:59-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer It’s been an interesting spring and summer at Northern New Mexico’s Hopewell Lake. The small, high mountain lake took longer than normal to shed its winter layer of ice. Anglers used to fishing the lake in late spring had to wait. Spring wildfires closed access to the area while firefighters dipped water [...]

New Mexico’s Hopewell Lake Loaded with Trout2018-04-18T18:57:59-07:00
8 07, 2017

Alaska’s Susitna Drainage Now Open to Bait

2018-04-18T18:57:59-07:00

By: Andy Couch Mark the date — the Susitna River drainage north of Anchorage, Alaska opens to bait and scent fishing on Friday July 14, 2017.  Because of low king salmon numbers the entire Susitna River drainage was closed to king salmon fishing on July 3, and bait fishing had been restricted in the Deshka [...]

Alaska’s Susitna Drainage Now Open to Bait2018-04-18T18:57:59-07:00