Small crankbaits are gaining popularity as fishing lures. The reason is, they are very effective at catching fish. Many times they will out-fish all other ultra light lures. I personally love to use mini-crankbaits for fishing. Below is a list of the best crankbaits for ultra light fishing. Check them out. Yo-Zuri Snap Beans Description: […]More »
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This is possibly the new world record brown trout. It’s 41.45 pounds and measures 43.75 inches. It was caught by Thomas Healy of Rockford, Michigan with a crankbait. If certified, the trout would beat the existing world record by over a pound and the Michigan State record by over 4 pounds. There was no immediate […]More »
The single most important thing you need to know about catching trout in the summer is: Trout are a cool water fish. They prefer cooler water than any other game fish. You will need to find those cool “pockets” of water to find active trout. Knowing this you will understand the following tips for trout […]More »
Wow! Look at the size of that brook trout (also known as: speckled trout, square tail, and coaster trout). That thing is HUGE! The average brookie length is about 12-16 inches and weight is about 1 pound. This fish FAR exceeds the average size for the species. The brook trout was 29 inches in length […]More »
I was reading an article about the “Top Trout Lures” on OutdoorLife.com and would have to agree with their selection. Here is what I have to say about those lures when it comes to fishing for the larger brown trout. – Spoons – Spoons are definitely great for covering alot of water. There is something […]More »
This is a technique I developed for fishing in lakes and reservoirs for spawning rainbow trout. Every spring between the beginning of May and the end of June (in my area) the rainbow trout cruise the shore in large groups looking to spawn. This is my favorite time of year to fish, because the largest […]More »