Stop The Slide

March 1, 2016

Use a bobber stop to create a lighter-weight Carolina rig. 

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You may need to dodge a chunk of ice here or there, but there's no better way to catch ice-out trout and salmon than by trolling Long A's and Rogues. Here's how to set up and catch more fish.

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0 Comments | Posted in Trout Fishing Tips By Lawrence Taylor

Wintertime fishing on Arkansas' White River is almost always a cold affair. But when you have the river to yourself and the trout are biting, there is no place trout anglers would rather be.

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0 Comments | Posted in Trout Fishing Tips By Scott Faldon

Finding the “X” isn’t just for pirates. Anglers are looking for it, too, that little known and hard to find location that holds the key to consistently catching quality speckled trout at jetty systems on the Gulf Coast. The location of the “X,” from early to mid summer, often is a “washout.” These are the places in granite monoliths where water flows from the channel to the Gulf side and vice versa.

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0 Comments | Posted in Trout Fishing Tips By Lurenet

Time for Taneycomo Trout

December 22, 2011

The winter months are hard on anglers. Even on the “nice” days the prospect of slow fishing and cold toes is enough to keep a lot of folks inside. But it’s amazing how you forget your feet when the fish are biting, and the best option for most of us is to forget about bass, crappie and catfish and tackle a trout instead. They thrive in cold water all year long and the action can be fast and furious using fast-paced techniques like twitching a jerkbait or cranking a Teeny Wee Crawfish crankbait.

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0 Comments | Posted in Trout Fishing Tips By Lurenet

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