Posts Tagged 'spring fishing'
It’s the best word to describe spring fishing contests in Michigan City. Lake Michigan Chinook have been bigger than ever in recent years and show no signs of shrinking. Those big catches have led to bigger turnouts, which begets even bigger payouts. The Hoosier Coho Club (HCC) hosts five big events within 10 days. “We have a great lineup squeezed into one extended week,” Bruce Brown, president of the HCC said. “We think this will […]
On the coast, or far up the rivers that pour into the sea, Mainers have plenty of options when it comes to fishing for migratory striped bass. And come July, when some of the best spring fishing for trout and landlocked salmon in freshwater begins to wane, the striper bite may be reaching a peak. Here are a few options when it comes to fishing for stripers: If you’re interested in fishing the ocean from […]
Spring fishing got off to a slow start, at least for me. Cold weather kept the water temperature lower than normal. In May, the weather radio ran constant advisories about the danger of falling overboard into a cold lake or pond. Early on it became obvious that warm water fishing would be delayed for at least a month. In late May, the Eastern chain pickerel came to life. I caught a bunch of toothy critters […]
Every fall and spring is an exciting time for anglers in the greater Fremont area. It’s the time when a gamefish not commonly found in the area has its population replenished while the Nebraska waters are still at a forgiving temperature. On Thursday, the Nebraska Game and Park Commission is prepared to stock Lake No. 2 at the Fremont Lakes State Recreation Area with 3,800 rainbow trout, followed by stocking another 1,200 the week of […]