Tag Archives: Fire Brine

Try These Easy Steps for Perfect Springer Bait

It’s that time of year and we are already catching springers! During the early part of the season I prefer trolling herring. I consider this to be from now through mid April while the water temps are still cool. Right now, they are only 44-48 degrees. Meanwhile, when the river warms above 58 I start […]

Try This Easy Recipe for Perfect Brined Shrimp for Steelhead Success

By: Travis Wendt We are in the heart of steelhead season and the bite has been good on brined shrimp. Using brined shrimp for bait has been a favorite for countless anglers for as long as I can remember. Meanwhile, we all choose to brine or cure them differently. I’m going to focus on the […]

Washington Egg Curing Season Has Arrived: Get Your Recipe Here

By: Mike Ainsworth The rain is finally falling in Washington! This means it’s time to start curing eggs for fall salmon and winter steelhead. While many factors lead to having quality eggs I believe anglers would have better eggs if they didn’t overlook the crucial care of eggs leading up to the curing process. To […]

Find Out What’s Working to Catch GTA Salmon Now

The salmon bite on Lake Ontario’s Canadian waters has been hot. However, the bite didn’t start off great in late spring due to colder than normal lake temperatures. The season got off to a traditionally late start. I prefer to call it fashionably late. The good news is action picked up almost overnight in the […]

Great Lakes Anglers: Learn How to Make Eggs Like This

By: Kyle Deavers Since Covid started I’ve noticed a lot more anglers fishing in the Great Lakes. Many of our bank spots are more crowded than they’ve ever been. We are seeing lots of new anglers fishing alongside us, and more out-of-staters than I’ve ever seen. Now that our salmon run has started this makes […]

New Mexico’s Eagle Nest Lake: Excellent for Ice Fishing

By: Joe Vallejos It’s already been a good ice fishing season on Northern New Mexico’s Eagle Nest Lake and the good news is that ice should remain at least into mid March. It’s been two weeks since I was able to fish the lake, but the ice is still over a foot thick and the […]

Tips to Catch More Ontario Lake Trout

By: Tom Armstrong Lake trout is my favourite species to target through the ice. In Thunder Bay I’m lucky enough to be surrounded by a multitude of ice angling opportunities for lake trout. Lake Superior offers excellent lake trout fishing as do many inland lakes. Lake Superior lake trout feed on smelt. Locally, and across […]