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Author Archives: Andrew Jaworski

Mixed Springs

After two brutal Polar Vortex Winters and late Springs, this year’s early Spring is well deserved.  And rather than fall into the same early season routine, Anthony and I have been very happy to pursue water and fish that we normally ignore this time of year.  Most of this year’s early fishing has revolved around exploring stretches of local … Continue reading »

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Help Save the Menominee River

The Menominee River is a major tributary of Green Bay and the Great Lakes.  It also forms most of the border between NE Wisconsin and the UP.  Currently, it is in danger of being developed into an open pit gold and zinc mine by Aquila Resources via their Back Forty Project.  Please visit the link and sign the online … Continue reading »

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Before the Freeze

The Fall/Winter run on the SW Tribs of Lake Michigan have been very difficult these last 2 years to say the least.  After talking to a lot of fisherman who have fished these rivers a hell of a lot more than myself for many many years, it’s clear the number of fish are way down.  When you see … Continue reading »

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North Woods Bronzebacks

I definitely caught Smallmouth fever this Summer, and as far as I can tell, I’m stricken for life.  As hard as it is to walk away from trout rising to hoppers and terrestrials in the Driftless area during the summer, I’ve been growing increasingly fond of the Smallmouth waters in the North Woods where I spent Summer’s with my Grandparent’s.   … Continue reading »

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Yellowstone has an incredible amount of diversity and comes into season a few weeks before the Tetons, but the Tetons are definitely the bread winner when it comes to stunning beauty.  It’s like fishing in a photo mural of the West.  Many of the smaller streams are not in open season until 8/01 but I … Continue reading »

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Growing up I was raised on trips to National Parks.  It all started with my Mother’s Grandparent’s taking my brother and I to Rocky Mountain National Park when I was about 10.  I remember how exciting it was to be driving through the clouds and be holding snow in my hands in July.  I also remember how … Continue reading »

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