Originally Posted by seapropie
Waited till about 6 pm for the heat to die down, then hit the river to search for some reds. Within 2 hrs we had caught 14 including 4 keeper size. They were hitting live shrimp and peanut pogeys under a popping cork. We caught all fish while anchored up in the same spot. A commercial netter anchored up about 50 yards away and just sat there for half an hour. He finally pulled his anchor and
Originally Posted by theramrod
Yesterday I launched around 4 with some threatening weather skirting by. I really wanted to venture to a spot I had in mind for flounder, but with being on the edge of a storm, I decided to hang not far from the boat ramp. So I went over to a sandbar that seamed like it should hold flounder, especially on the outgoing tide. ½ hour later I had caught 3 flounder (13", 16" & 18"). The only flounder
Originally Posted by Fish Whisperer
With all the rain, most of the local spots are a little high and muddy. I found one small flow that was just right and got into some crappie. Caught all the crappie before 9 am with a yellow curly tail (Cabelas 4" action tail grub) on a Luck "E" Strike 1/4 oz jig head. Lots of fun on my ultralight. I think the big one today is my biggest ever.
Originally Posted by brickphil
Went off shore on the 14th, trolled live baits for a few hours and after 5 nice boated and released Kings..... reel took off screaming. It was little mans turn to reel in and boy did he have it coming. 20 mins went by, and we finally see color about 20ft down (the fish, not the bottom even though we could see the bottom in 75ft of water and the 12ft tiger following close by). Well after a few more short runs and having
Originally Posted by m75rlg
Took my grandsons to a family pond for some fishing last Saturday afternoon. Figured some cane poles and worms to catch some bluegills would work well for 3 and 5 year olds on their second fishing trip.
Got the poles bated, and of course fish were on. I couldn't get the blue gills off the poles quick enough. We ended up catching 3 bass that ate hooked bluegills, one literly leaping out of the water