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Learn A Super Simple Cure For Steelhead Skein

By: James Swearingen There’s two ways to fish eggs in the fall for trout and steelhead: in egg sacks and as skein. It’s good to be versatile and have booth. I always have both. In fact, each is used for a different setting. Normally, spawn sacks are ideal in shallower and faster water. Meanwhile, when [...]

Learn A Super Simple Cure For Steelhead Skein2018-11-14T10:38:36+00:00

Try This Bait: Catch More Trout, Salmon & Steelhead

By: Mike Ainsworth When our rivers were low and clear, and the fish had lockjaw a few weeks ago I had to adjust my techniques to get bites. This was during a time when salmon were being stubborn and weren’t reacting to traditional techniques and baits. To attempt to lure salmon into feeding I started [...]

Try This Bait: Catch More Trout, Salmon & Steelhead2018-11-06T17:54:29+00:00

Big Trout Eating Up in Rural Retreat

By: Chris Shaffer Trout stocking has resumed in Virginia. Meanwhile, foot traffic remains low on many planted creeks and rivers in the region as hunting remains in focus. Fortunately, that spells opportunity for anglers looking to tangle with trout this fall. We spent a week filming in the region and found excellent stream conditions at [...]

Big Trout Eating Up in Rural Retreat2018-11-05T17:51:12+00:00

Guide Shares Tips To Catch Great Lakes Trout/Steelhead

By: Andy Bliss In November in the Great Lakes there’s one common denominator when it comes to tributary fishing; and that’s millions of salmon eggs are available for trout to gorge on. This is something that occurs in every corner of the region. Salmon spawn and trout migrate into creeks and rivers to play Hungry [...]

Guide Shares Tips To Catch Great Lakes Trout/Steelhead2018-10-31T22:09:44+00:00

Western New York Streams Loaded with Trout/Salmon

By: Isaac Zettle Western New York is in the heart of another strong salmon return and fresh fish continue to migrate into these tributaries daily. We have also been seeing brown trout and steelhead for a few weeks now. Personally, I think the trout are early this fall. I just got back from another successful [...]

Western New York Streams Loaded with Trout/Salmon2018-10-29T17:34:27+00:00

Central Pennsylvania Trout Still Showing Strong

By: Isaac Zettle It rained nonstop in July and August in Central Pennsylvania. Our water levels were so high that most of our creeks flooded. Some rose into major flood stage. We had more than two weeks of nonstop rain. Then it took about two weeks for the water to come back down to fishable [...]

Central Pennsylvania Trout Still Showing Strong2018-09-06T05:45:59+00:00

Cumberland River Trout On Epic Summer Bite

By: Johnny Rush After a few slower seasons trout fishing has picked up this year on the Cumberland River and the good news is that this pattern should remain until the leaves start to fall. I think the trout have been around the last few years, but high and off-color water has made it tough [...]

Cumberland River Trout On Epic Summer Bite2018-08-29T16:50:44+00:00

Kentucky’s Hatchery Creek Loaded with Holiday Trout

By: Chris Shaffer Finding quality trout fishing in Kentucky during the heat of summer can be a chore. Meanwhile, for anglers looking to catch trout without having a boat Hatchery Creek remains a viable option. A short walk from the parking area, Hatchery Creek is the ideal place to take kids fishing and perfect for [...]

Kentucky’s Hatchery Creek Loaded with Holiday Trout2018-08-27T14:52:48+00:00

California’s Burney Creek Loaded with Trout

By: Chris Shaffer Hat Creek, Upper Sacramento River, McCloud River, Pit River, Fall River and many other systems in the mountains above Redding get lots of publicity, and for a good reason. They are heavily stocked, well promoted by fly shops and frequently show up in fishing reports, on hashtags and Facebook posts. Meanwhile, there [...]

California’s Burney Creek Loaded with Trout2018-07-01T13:59:35+00:00

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