20 02, 2020

Heavy Stocking Arriving on West Virginia’s Blackwater River

2020-05-08T12:26:49-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer It’s no secret that the Blackwater River is one of West Virginia’s most treasured trout fisheries. Located roughly an hour from Elkins this well-known river is inches from Davis and Blackwater Falls and receives heavy stocking to the beat of roughly 20,000 fish each year. Trout plants are well underway and more [...]

Heavy Stocking Arriving on West Virginia’s Blackwater River2020-05-08T12:26:49-07:00
13 09, 2018

Puget Sound Coho Providing Anglers Opportunity

2019-10-31T08:54:11-07:00

By: Mike Ainsworth Chinook retention has expired for the year in Puget Sound. Fortunately, there’s still plenty of coho around for anglers to target. I’m expecting this fishery to persist through September and am basing this around the number of coho still holding in the straits. Due to the lack of rain we’ve had reports [...]

Puget Sound Coho Providing Anglers Opportunity2019-10-31T08:54:11-07:00
21 08, 2018

Michigan Showing Off Excellent Salmon Bite

2019-10-31T08:54:10-07:00

By: Kyle McClelland It’s been a great year for salmon on Lake Michigan. We’ve had good numbers and the size of the fish is the best I’ve seen in more than decade. All ports across the lake have been fishing excellent at times throughout spring and summer. The remainder of August should provide excellent fishing [...]

Michigan Showing Off Excellent Salmon Bite2019-10-31T08:54:10-07:00
2 08, 2018

Sacramento River Now Open For Salmon Fishing

2019-10-31T08:54:09-07:00

By: Scott Feist The Sacramento River is going to be better than expected for salmon this year. It’s no secret what the ocean fleet has been doing for months out of the Golden Gate and the majority of those fish are current making their return to the Sacramento River. With a mixture of two-and-three years [...]

Sacramento River Now Open For Salmon Fishing2019-10-31T08:54:09-07:00
27 06, 2018

Author Gives Anglers 1 Million Reasons: To Salmon Fish Brookings, Oregon Now

2019-10-31T08:54:03-07:00

By Andy Martin Brookings is the center of one of the most productive feeding areas for south-migrating king salmon. While salmon from many Northwest rivers head to Alaska during the ocean portion of their lives, runs from some of the biggest West Coast salmon producers stay closer to home. The rivers from Cape Blanco south [...]

Author Gives Anglers 1 Million Reasons: To Salmon Fish Brookings, Oregon Now2019-10-31T08:54:03-07:00
25 05, 2018

More than 70,000 Trout Stocked in Georgia This Week

2019-10-31T08:53:56-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has been busy this week. They’ve been driving thousands of miles to stock rainbow trout in the Peach State’s best trout streams, rivers and lakes to prepare for holiday crowds. In fact, more than 70,000 trout will be stocked before the holiday weekend begins. We’ve spent [...]

More than 70,000 Trout Stocked in Georgia This Week2019-10-31T08:53:56-07:00
29 04, 2018

PA’s Standing Stone Creek: Loaded with Trout

2019-10-31T08:53:54-07:00

By: James Swearingen Central PA’s Standing Stone Creek was packed on opening day. There was a ton of trout caught. However, crowds have thinned and there’s a decent number of trout still available. Fortunately, those numbers will skyrocket this Tuesday as the last in season stocking of the year takes places. The PA Fish & [...]

PA’s Standing Stone Creek: Loaded with Trout2019-10-31T08:53:54-07:00
11 04, 2018

Tips to Catch More Golden Rainbows & Palominos This Spring

2018-04-18T18:56:10-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer Whether called golden rainbows (Pennsylvania) or palominos (West Virginia) the number of anglers chasing these genetically altered trout just blasted through all time highs. Because they are rare compared to brook, brown and rainbow trout anglers get even more excited when it comes to catching them. On the other hand, as their [...]

Tips to Catch More Golden Rainbows & Palominos This Spring2018-04-18T18:56:10-07:00
24 10, 2017

Test Complete: Fire Dye Works On Saltwater Baits

2019-10-31T08:53:35-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer For more than a year anglers have asked if Fire Dye works on live saltwater baits. Unfortunately, we hadn’t been able to answer that question. Our lab and field-testing has been preformed on freshwater species. Meanwhile, on a recent trip to North Carolina to film episodes of Pautzke Outdoors for catfish on [...]

Test Complete: Fire Dye Works On Saltwater Baits2019-10-31T08:53:35-07:00
27 09, 2017

Puget Sound Coho Still Showing Well

2019-10-31T08:53:29-07:00

By: Mike Ainsworth After two poor years the Puget Sound coho fishery has rebounded. We’ve seen an influx of numbers and larger than average coho this year and there’s still more than a month left in our fishery. We started to see coho in July and they’ve continued to trickle in ever since. I’m expecting [...]

Puget Sound Coho Still Showing Well2019-10-31T08:53:29-07:00
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