Friday, October 30, 2009
Due to a recent cancellation, Acute Angling is offering a half price $2000 peacock bass trip on the Blackwater Explorer yacht. There are 4 openings for this deal during the week of Nov 14th. Sounds like a great deal if you can go on short notice. The peacock water levels are currently ideal.
For more information, contact Acute Angling at email@example.com
Thursday, October 29, 2009
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Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Fried Dan Tracy led a group of fishermen for a 3 day trip during October 19-21 to fish with guide Keith Kennedy for monster bull reds. Numerous bulls were landed over 30lbs including a giant 40lbs caught by Dan Tracy. This was only for October 19 and 20th as am waiting word on the fishing today.
For info contact Dan at firstname.lastname@example.org or Keith Kennedy at Born to Fish Charters www.rodnreel.com/borntofish/ or David Fields at fishinexpeditions.com
Friday, October 16, 2009
Friends Gary Clark and Jeff Stagg report non-stop fishing action for bull redfish while fishing with guide Keith Kennedy out of Venice, Louisiana. In 3 days 99 reds were caught to 30lbs and also a bonus 40 trout where landed. For booking information contact David Fields www.fishinexpeditions.com 877-755-4950 or call Capt. Keith at 504-908-3108
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Around midnight on October 10,2009 angler Mike Chupa caught the walleye of his dreams out of Oakley Reservoir, Idaho. The walleye weighed in at 17lbs 12oz and measured 33 inches with a girth of 21 inches. The walleye was landed on a Storm Thunderstick-perch. The walleye was certified as the new Idaho State Record. Also that evening, Chupa landed a 13.4lbs walleye and 2 more over 10.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
I recently fished Yellow Lake which is located in Webster, WI in Burnett County. Yellow Lake is a decent sized lake at 2287 acres with a maximum depth of 31 feet. Every fall when the lake starts to turn over, numerous large walleyes are caught in the deep mud flats. The walleyes start to roam the flats in search of perch. I troll with a rod equipped with 18lbs lead core line and use a smaller sized
Hot-N-Tot in about 26ft of water. On my other 2 rods (you are allowed 3 rods in WI) I use downriggers and place the lures about 75 feet behind the downrigger balls and use put the crankbaits down about 15 feet. Numerous trophy walleyes are usually landed every fall season with limits being the norm--see photo of my dad and friend with 30 inch trophy walleyes.
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Looking for some giant dorado action in Argentina. You need to get in touch with Neri Graglia who fishes the Parana River. You can contact Neri at
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Judy Heidt, owner of Rio Parismina Lodge, reports that the tarpon fishing is red hot. Rio Parismina Lodge is located on the banks of the Rio Parismina River. Tarpon and Snook are the main sought after gamefish along with offshore species such as wahoo, snapper, and numerous others. Give Judy a call at 1-800-338-5688
www.riop.com to get in on this great action.
Friday, October 9, 2009
Tom Ashby of American Legacy Fishing Company has come up with a new cool design. He is offering tee-shirts with the decal. Also, Tom has a great trade in program available on your tackle. Contact Tom at email@example.com Or go to www.gloomis.us and click on the trade in program
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
On September 27, angler Kyle Anderson fishing Torch Lake near Traverse City Michigan caught a record Great Lakes Strain Muskie. The muskie was caught on a home made lure. The record weighed in at 50lbs 8oz and measured 55 inches. It was previously tagged in May by the DNR/University of Michigan. When tagged the muskie measured the same at 55 inches but weighed 5lbs heavier. Attempts to revive the muskie were unsuccessful. Pending approval by the IGFA, the muskie should have the 50lbs line class record.