28 02, 2018

Alaska Ice Fishing Update

2019-10-31T08:53:49-07:00

By: Dustin Slinker Early ice season in South Central Alaska was tougher than normal due to erratic weather patterns. However, as winter winds down conditions are improving and we are now on solid ice. With more than 20 inches of good ice on the majority of the lakes we’ve been on the fishing opportunities are [...]

Alaska Ice Fishing Update2019-10-31T08:53:49-07:00
25 02, 2018

Learn to Make the Perfect Egg For Spring Chinook

2019-10-31T08:53:48-07:00

By: Duane Inglin When fishing bait for steelhead I prefer dime size egg clusters. Meanwhile, when I get larger, more mature skeins I cure them for springers. Spring Chinook are finicky biters. These plump, juicy eggs that milk out well and emit a strong scent trail increase strikes. With springers combining multiple baits that springers [...]

Learn to Make the Perfect Egg For Spring Chinook2019-10-31T08:53:48-07:00
21 02, 2018

Learn to Brine Cut Bait: Catch More Trout

2019-10-31T08:53:48-07:00

By: Jeff Goodwin Anchovies are one of the most overlooked baits when it comes to catching rainbows, browns, and King salmon in lakes and reservoirs. When properly prepared whole or filleted anchovies catch fish. Anchovies are rich with fish attracting oils and leave an awesome scent trail in the water when trolled and attached as [...]

Learn to Brine Cut Bait: Catch More Trout2019-10-31T08:53:48-07:00