Posts Tagged '2016'
With 2016’s fishing logs now history, locally it will be remembered as the year of huge grouper. From tournaments to fun fishing, hardcore anglers fishing deep were rewarded with a variety of grouper species that teammates and spectators won’t soon forget. The big fish catching began early in the spring, when angler Trevor Flathman landed a Speckled Hind, better known as a Kitty Mitchell, that weighed more than 43 pounds while fishing in 600 feet […]
It is no longer getting dark at dinner time. We are beginning to have days cresting the 50 degree mark. It is enough to make you want to go fishing. Before you cast a line, however, you need to know about the new fishing regulations that went into effect March 1. The round goby is an aggressive, non-native fish released accidentally into the St. Clair River from ballast water transfers among cargo ships in the […]
After the last two winters, if anyone said they would be fishing 40-degree open water in January, people would fall over laughing. But it isn’t so funny now. In fact, the fishing is downright decent and has the potential of producing some good numbers of crappie, bass, stripers, pickerel and walleye. The time of the day you do your fishing is a key factor in fishing a mild winter. On a normal year, with the […]