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  Scofield Video Highlights
Posted by: Justaguywaworm - 8 hours ago - Forum: Utah Fishing General - No Replies

Here is a video of our Scofield outing on MLK Day. 

Fished 10 feet of water out in the middle of the lake. 
The parking lots were sure packed, but the weather was perfect, no wind.
Big Worms, wax worms, meal worms all worked.  Paddle bugs, cutter bugs anything and everything works at Scofield. 
It was slow in the morning by the Island then we moved to the middle. 
Everyone caught fish.  The fish are gradually getting bigger, but so am I. Most were in the slot.  Couple of 16" - 17" long ones - still hoping they get some girth.  
Great place for the kids. 



Justaguywithaworm

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  Best Froggin Lake in Michigan? This might be up there
Posted by: Bigbass101 - 10 hours ago - Forum: Michigan Fishing News - Replies (2)

Frog fishing the pads for largemouth has to be some of the best fishing you can do.  So fun and watching the explosive strikes really gets you pumped up.  Come along for this fishing trip and see how the frog produced.  Edit:

Best Frog Fishing Lake in Michigan Video


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  Lake Charlevoix Summer Smallmouth Fishing
Posted by: Bigbass101 - 10 hours ago - Forum: Michigan Fishing News - Replies (1)

First time summer fishing Lake Charlevoix.  Found these smallmouth where I least expected them in post spawn.  Come along for a day of fishing
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Lake Charlevoix Summer Smallmouth Video

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  Bass Fishing Indiana Clear Lake
Posted by: Bigbass101 - 10 hours ago - Forum: Indiana Fishing General - Replies (1)

Bass Fishing Clear Lake in Indiana during the dog days of summer.  Fishing super gin clear water and putting a decent morning of fishing together. 

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Clear Lake Indiana Bass Fishing Video

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  Jan 2022 Florida Daytona New Smyrna Beach Orlando
Posted by: CaptMichaelSavedow - Yesterday, 02:07 PM - Forum: Florida Fishing General - No Replies

Temperatures have been up and down this winter of 2022, early season chilly, middle winter warm to mild, and now chilly again, water temps in the backwaters between upper 50’sF and 70’F, as the winter has turned colder again, water clarity has improved with nice clear water, winter pattern has some fish down into certain deeper holes, and Redfish, Seatrout up on the flats on nice blue bird sunny days as the shallow water gets that sunshine. In the backcountry Bluefish schools are hanging on drop offs and points with a good tidal current flow, these are really fun with a hard fight on light tackle, they will take most any bait also small lures. Black Drum and Sheepshead are always winter catches here on the Mosquito Lagoon part of the Indian River, shrimp or crab is their main food, bottom for Drum, structure for Sheeps. Young Thurston from Orlando had a great battle catching a good Black Drum out of the wind up against the Mangroves in a backwaters hole ……………..

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Another one of those windy winter days had Alfredo and crew from Canada out with me in the hiding spots out of the wind and catching a couple good Black Drum ………….

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Long time regular Bryan from Georgia out on a pretty warm winter day, caught lots of variety of different fish along with Black Drum …………….

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Jen from Ohio with a good Drum, thought my “cold” Florida day was not as cold as up north which was 9’F when they left home …………….

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  New Invasive Sticker Law Proposed
Posted by: duksnfish - Yesterday, 01:00 PM - Forum: Idaho Fishing General - Replies (5)

Hey everyone.  I just read on the Post Register in Idaho Falls that the State is proposing new legislation on the Invasive Sticker program in Idaho.  It would drop stickers required for most non-motorized watercraft, ie; canoes, paddle boards, etc but it would increase out of stater boaters to as much as $155.00 for a sticker. Now I know many on here use non-motorized watercraft to fish from, and many out of state watercraft people come into Idaho to fish n hunt, but my 2 cents is that as the fee system was/has been in the past, I think everyone got used to it and it was working just fine. This bill is just in committee, and is awaiting a vote to go to the full senate for a hearing, I think it's very very important for everyone to get out to their respective legislators to express your concern over the bill.

Im gonna contact mine and push hard for it to stay as is.  Why?  Because all i can see is a tit for tat increase for everyone every state around us will be increasing their sticker prices so it will make it almost impossible for some to head out especially to Utah as many do, to fish, boat, and just enjoy the water. 

I'm still not sure after reading this story as to what the real reason is behind such a drastic change because the non-motorized watercraft they talk about will still be required to stop at inspection stations and get inspected. So why eliminate the fee to them if they are using the system?  Any how, here's the link to the article. Read it n weep folks, LOL LOL

https://www.postregister.com/news/govern...9346a.html

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  Ice Fishing Goals
Posted by: joatmon - Yesterday, 04:29 AM - Forum: Utah Fishing General - Replies (8)

In addition to the ice challenge, I have a few other goals for the 2021/2022 ice fishing season.  They are as follows, with current "standings" in parentheses:

1)  Fish through the ice in October (completed, fished Moosehorn on 10/30/2021)

2)  Catch 5 species longer than 20 inches (currently at 1 - cutthroat trout)

3)  Catch 400 fish through the ice (currently at 301, with breakdown as follows:  rainbow trout-83; tiger trout-58; brook trout-2; white bass-93; cutthroat trout-26; yellow perch-31; bluegill-2; largemouth bass-6)

What are your goals this ice season?

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  Showdowns still being used? Made?
Posted by: BearLakeFishGuy - Yesterday, 02:14 AM - Forum: Utah Fishing General - Replies (12)

Everyone is running flashers or some type of sonar while ice fishing, but I haven't heard a peep about the Showdown vertical flashers in a couple of years.  Are you still using them?  Is Marcum still making them?  Just curious.  Heck, I'm running a Lowrance X91 so I can't talk about staying up with new technology for ice fishing, but I'll be dang if I'm going to spend $400+ for a flasher I only use about 10 times/year.  I get good results with my old Lowrance LCD unit, so until it dies, I'll be using it.

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  PB Cuttie at the Berry
Posted by: Backyard Boy T.V. - 01-20-2022, 06:16 PM - Forum: Utah Fishing General - Replies (5)

Went up to Srawberry (Chicken Creek specifically) on tuesday morning to collab with some buddies. Got there a little later than the sun but we still managed to catch the tail end of the morning bite. Beetween all of us, we caught just over 17 i think. Fishing was fast untill 11 and then it pretty much died. I did manage to catch the biggest of the day, a 19 inch cutt. (My PB by the way) We also landed a few bows. All were caught on a vvaraiety of lures. Everything from Cuttr Bugs to paddletails to curly tails to tungsten jigs. Nothing crazy but It was still a nice day on the hard water!

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  Henry’s Lately?
Posted by: SkunkedAgain - 01-20-2022, 05:38 PM - Forum: Idaho Fishing General - No Replies

I’m going to try Henry’s this weekend has anyone got a fresh report?  Thanks J

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