Hello, Anglers. I trust you had a great Thanksgiving and was able to spend some time on the lake or in the woods. Weather was cold for most of it but not bad enough to complain about. There are a lot of options right now if you love being outside as our winters are mild for the most part and cold days don't hang around very long. As I am writing the outside temperature is 74 degrees. Not.... Read More
Just moved to LA a few days ago and this sure is a long way from the hills and hollers of TN. Decided now isn't a a good time to stomp through the woods looking for deer spots so I'll just keep bowfishing the rest of the year, had an awesome TN and KY deer season anyways. Just looking for some advice on where you guys have been seeing fish...I'm in ascension parish, there is so much good.... Read More
Probably going out to city park this weekend since weathers beginning to warm up a little. I would like to know some baits y'all think would work. I was planning to use jigs w/ crawfish trailers, rat-l-traps, small plastic worms, and texas rigged crawfish type baits.
Memo: There is another full report on Toledo's bass fishing news that we just posted. Scroll around to find it or click on 'Bass Fishing' reports.
CRAPPIE AND YELLOW BASS: Strong winds first from the north then the southeast have made it hard for crappie anglers to get on their holes. The crappie have yet to make it to the edge of the river at The Chicken Coop and it will.... Read More
I have some questions about stocking a pond with catfish. I have access to a pond that had a lot of catfish in it years ago but some kids would go in there and feed them and shoot the fish when they came up. I want to re-stock it for my little boy for when he gets big enough to fish. I need to know how many fish to put in it. Do I measure the pond and go by that? Also, do I need to 'kill' the.... Read More
Me and my son caught over 30 crappie lake bulow in pineville louisiana. We were using a small jig head with tiny chartrouse utail skirt.casting along grass on a cloudy day.we went home had us a fish. Cant get no better.
Spider rig fishing is arguably the most successful method for putting limit numbers of good-eating and big crappies in the boat. This seemingly simple trolling method for panfish, however, has some important fundamentals that anglers should follow to be most productive.
Guide T.C. Lloyd of Middleburg, Fla. is a deadly guide and tournament crappie fisherman (ph. 843-307-6678, email TC@SouthernAngling.com). In this video he shows some basics to slamming slabs on North Florida's Newnans Lake near Gainesville, the University of Florida town. Tips & tricks are universal tactics to a limit of these great eating panfish.
Hello, Anglers. Weather has been beautiful making it easy to stay outdoors. As a matter of fact, its hard to stay indoors these days and you look for an excuse to get back outside. Toledo is amazing with sunrises and sunsets seeming to be even more spectacular with the cool temperatures. With late sunrises these days, you don't have to get up that early to experience one.