Fishing Column – Striper Fishing Starts to Warm Up – Hunterdon County Democrat –

Fishing column - Striper fishing starts to warm up
Hunterdon County Democrat -
While offshore waters are warmer, striped bass anglers can only legally fish for them within three miles of land and such water remains kind of cold. Back-bay waters have warmed a bit and down to the south further, stripers have been biting much better ...

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Eating Sea Lamprey: They’re Not Bad to Stomach After You Cut the Head Off – (Blog)

Eating sea lamprey: They're not bad to stomach after you cut the head off (blog)
On the one hand, they attach themselves using their mouths to the sides or bellies of fish and use their raspy tongues to drill a hole and suck out their host's bodily fluids. State Department of Environmental Conservation officials noted ... They ...

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OUTDOORS REPORT: Area Fishing and Hunting Report – Grand Forks Herald

OUTDOORS REPORT: Area fishing and hunting report
Grand Forks Herald
Walleye season on Lake of the Woods, Rainy River and other Minnesota-Ontario border waters closed Sunday, but anglers still can ice fish for pike or target lake sturgeon in open water. By: Herald Staff Report, Grand Forks Herald. Lake of the Woods ...
Fish Forecast for weekend of April 19-21Niagara Gazette

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Fishing Report 4-19 – the Southern Illinoisan – the Southern

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Fishing Report 4-19 - The Southern Illinoisan
The Southern
Fish are being caught on minnows and jigs are both producing good fish. Minnows have been slightly better than jig. Several fish just under three pounds have been caught. Bass action has been good on a variety of baits. Bluegill action has been fair ...
Steve Merlo: Plenty of tagged trout at Isabella fishing derbyBakersfield Californian
Trout Fishing Season Begins
Lake, river fishing good, but watch the weather: D'Arcy Egan's Fishing ReportPlain Dealer
Parkersburg News
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Spring Steelhead Fishing: Anglers Full of Anticipation for Successful Season –

Spring steelhead fishing: Anglers full of anticipation for successful season
I had joined him for a day of fishing with Kamphuis and Scott Dixon, also from Rockford. We were all anticipating a lot of action and had set out on lower section of the Muskegon River, one Weiler knows well. Water levels were good, not high, and not low.

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Prime Time for Sauger and Walleye Fishing – SurfKY News

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Prime Time for Sauger and Walleye Fishing
SurfKY News
They began in the 1960s when the fisheries division stocked the Lake Erie strain of walleye, which is more suited to lake environments. In the late winter, these walleye also make seasonal runs upstream into tailwaters where they stack up below dams.

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Steve Merlo: Plenty of Tagged Trout at Isabella Fishing Derby – Bakersfield Californian

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Steve Merlo: Plenty of tagged trout at Isabella fishing derby
Bakersfield Californian
This weekend's Isabella Lake Fishing Derby, despite near-record low lake levels, will go on as advertised, and plenty of room will be available for anglers vying for the 1,000 tagged trout planted in the Kern River Valley impoundment. Promoters of the ...
Fishing Report 4-19 - The Southern IllinoisanThe Southern
Trout Fishing Season Begins
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Fishing Report –

Fishing Report
Captain David Avant III on St. George Island ( (850) 228-6234) said anglers fishing the east end near Dog Island have been catching some small Spanish mackerel by trolling small spoons. A few bluefish and lady fish have been mixed in ...

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Fishing Season and Weather Ready to Heat Up as Anglers Get Ready to Get Out – New York Daily News

Fishing season and weather ready to heat up as anglers get ready to get out
New York Daily News
At this transitional time of year, it's time to report like a Broadway reviewer working up to the big theater season opener. For New York, that curtain rises for both fluke and porgy seasons on May 1. The arrival of striped bass in the Hudson River ...

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