Monthly Archives: May 2018

More than 70,000 Trout Stocked in Georgia This Week

By: Chris Shaffer The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has been busy this week. They’ve been driving thousands of miles to stock rainbow trout in the Peach State’s best trout streams, rivers and lakes to prepare for holiday crowds. In fact, more than 70,000 trout will be stocked before the holiday weekend begins. We’ve spent [...]

More than 70,000 Trout Stocked in Georgia This Week 2018-05-25T05:44:40+00:00

South Carolina’s Chauga Stuffed with Trout

By: Chris Shaffer As with all Southeast states South Carolina has been aggressively stocking mountain rivers and streams ahead of the holiday weekend. As expected, the Chauga River has remained a priority. The upper and lower sections of the river were stocked with rainbow, brown and brook trout this week – and lots of them. [...]

South Carolina’s Chauga Stuffed with Trout 2018-05-24T07:10:57+00:00

Washington Lakes Loaded with Trout for Holiday Weekend

By: Mike Ainsworth There’s no shortage of trout fishing opportunities to enjoy this Memorial Weekend in Washington. The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife loaded our lakes with trout for the opener roughly a month ago and is busy restocking more of these waters this week. Most of our state’s waters are being restocked specifically [...]

Washington Lakes Loaded with Trout for Holiday Weekend 2018-05-23T12:11:25+00:00

Northern Ontario Steelhead Providing Late Season Chrome

By: Josh Choronzey If you are Canadian Great Lakes angler and packing away your spring steelhead gear, you might want to re-think your priorities. You can thank Mother Nature for an extended opportunity to connect with fresh steelhead in mid to late May this year on the upper Great Lakes. Northern Lake Huron and Superior [...]

Northern Ontario Steelhead Providing Late Season Chrome 2018-05-23T03:44:58+00:00

Catch More Trout With the Magic Marshmallow

By: Terry Wiest Fishing marshmallows for trout is nothing new. Forty some years ago they were the “in” thing. Back then many different manufacturers launched several flavors and colors. My favorites were always cheese or garlic. Meanwhile, since I like to experiment with different baits and techniques I found a different way to trout fish [...]

Catch More Trout With the Magic Marshmallow 2018-05-21T20:54:05+00:00

Oroville Salmon Showing in Good Numbers

By: Chris Shaffer It took us longer to launch the boat on Lake Oroville than it did for us to catch our first salmon. Considering none of us had ever fished the reservoir for Chinook this should tell you the state of the fishery. Oroville’s inland Chinook program is off to a good start this [...]

Oroville Salmon Showing in Good Numbers 2018-05-20T20:59:13+00:00

Last Chance for Feather Stripers

By: Chris Shaffer While not carrying the same buzz it did last year the Northern California striper run is still going on. In fact, we caught a four-man limit and released another dozen fish while filming on the Feather River with Scott Feist of Feisty Fish Guide Service. Action was non-stop even though the run [...]

Last Chance for Feather Stripers 2018-05-18T15:23:49+00:00

Jersey’s Lower Musconetcong Loaded with Trout

By: Chris Shaffer They told me an hour was enough. That was one hour to film an entire episode of Pautzke Outdoors on the Lower Musconetcong River in New Jersey. That included time to cover our gear, rigging, intros and catching dozens of trout. Our contacts were wrong. It only took 30 minutes. The trout [...]

Jersey’s Lower Musconetcong Loaded with Trout 2018-05-18T14:58:59+00:00

Pautzke Salmon Egg Production Ramping Up

By: Casey Kelley It’s been a busy week at Pautzke. In the last two days we’ve produced more than 175,000 jars of Green Label and Premium salmon eggs. This is on the heels of more than 300,000 jars of various Pautzke salmon eggs already produced in the last two months. We’re off to a great [...]

Pautzke Salmon Egg Production Ramping Up 2018-05-16T19:54:12+00:00

Alabama River Crappie Bite Taking Off

By: Eric Cagle It’s crappie time on the Alabama River and the bite is good. The Alabama River holds some of the biggest fish in the state by far. A two-pound crappie here is pretty normal. It’s not uncommon to catch a fish like that. The average fish is probably going to weigh a pound-and-a-quarter [...]

Alabama River Crappie Bite Taking Off 2018-05-15T20:03:22+00:00

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