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fly fishing

Kishwaukee River Pike 3/12/06

Jaws and I floated a new stretch of the Kishwaukee River in Mchenry County today in search of some early season pike.  Armed with two boxes full of new flies we set out to explore a part of the river that none of my friends have really fished.  The water looked promising with deep cuts … Continue reading »

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Spring has Sprung

With this nice spring weather we’ve had here fishing opportunities are opening up everywhere for a variety of species in the midwest.  Wisconsin’s early trout season has been open since January, steelhead tributaries in southern Wisconsin have been free of ice and should be providing some of the best lake-run trout fishing of the year, … Continue reading »

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Topwater Bassin’

Here’s another from the Remedy Fishing Channel featuring some largemouth bass on top.

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Craft Fur Minnow

White craft fur, flash, and a variety of colored markers and you can match the baitfish hatch in your local waters.

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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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