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From: Football Saturday!

Posted by chambug in chambug's Blog, 06 December 2013 - - - - - - · 229 views

Source: Football Saturday!
 
So now we have a H'man candidate that has sex with a college girl he met at a bar, and does it in front of some of his buddies. I hope he doesn't get it.

From: More Whites

Posted by DAKOTABOY in DAKOTABOY's Blog, 23 April 2013 - - - - - - · 494 views

Source: More Whites    wrap with bacon grill until bacon is crisp, eat bacon and throw fish away.
 

Wormin For Walleye - Part 1

Posted by rps in rps' Collection of Upper End Odds and Ends, 04 August 2012 - - - - - - · 1,229 views

Wormin For Walleye - Part 1

White River Walleye on Worm Harnesses







In 1919, Norman Rockwell painted two covers for successive issues of a magazine called The Country Gentleman. The images are now in the public domain.

The Fishing Trip



The Catch



Even Norman...

Fishing Trip 4/09/12

Posted by careperr in careperr's Blog, 09 April 2012 - - - - - - · 762 views

Went out about 7:30 this morning and started by trplling for walleye for awhile. Said the heck with this and went to a favorite spot and caught 13 total. 1 was 15 " one was 14" and the rest were either 12. I did catch one that was 10" and the other one I didn't keep was about 8". All in about 2 hours. I was around the one mile long...

My Calendar Runneth Over

Posted by Hillbilly Deluxe in Last Cast Blog, 21 January 2012 - - - - - - · 759 views
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My Calendar Runneth Over
By Brian Wright brian@outdoorguysradio.com

Before the beginning of each year I work on my schedule for the upcoming seasons. First, I review the past year, evaluate my body of journalistic work, and determine if I accomplished what...


Alaska, 1St Trip

Posted by GC Witail in Alaska, 04 September 2011 - - - - - - · 511 views

I've been thinking about Alaska since being stationed in Panama some twenty years ago. Finally after realizing that I've been thru Desert Shield/Storm in a Mech Infantry Unit and a year in Afgahanistan after 9/11, and that I've turned fifty years+ old...what am I waiting for?!

Booked a flight from KC to Denver to Anchorage. Surprizing...

My Bas University Experience

Posted by LarryS in LarryS' Blog, 17 January 2011 - - - - - - · 584 views

I have had a week to reflect on my Bass University experience in Shreveport, La. During that time, I have had a lot of folks ask me, "was it worth the trip". I usually start my answer the same way. It was worth it for me. Not because of any ah ha moment. If I was new to tournament angling, I am sure there would have been some. During the two days...

Collecting, Or ?

Posted by timsfly in timsfly's Blog, 14 December 2010 - - - - - - · 533 views
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What really happens in the mind of an individual when they start fishing, and collecting, and I don't mean just fly fishing, I think this all starts

to happen really young in life, I was brought up in the junk mans way of thinking, now I don't mean this as bad, I mean this

was great for a young boy to be raised like I was, I was taken to many...

Week One . . . The Only One That Counted

Posted by Phil Lilley in Alaska Bound, 28 September 2010 - - - - - - · 523 views

If you don't like to fly, don't even think about taking a trip like this one. All together we took 12 flights, including the bush plane ride from Kotzebue to the Kelly River. By the time we landed on the gravel bar next to the river, we were ready to be out of the air despite the incredible scenery. It was two hours to Denver, six hours to...

Here I Go Again.....

Posted by osuangler in osuangler's Blog, 27 July 2010 - - - - - - · 544 views

I truly love this site! Really! My wife is a facebook fanatic and along with about everyone else in my little world has been trying to get me to sign up for that crazy stuff just about everyday. The more I think about it though, I really don't have anything to share that any of those folks really give a hoot...

Stockton Lake Walleye

Posted by dennis boatman in dennis boatman's Blog, 24 June 2010 - - - - - - · 1,565 views
Walleye, Stockton Lake, Trolling

Here goes. I have fished Stockton Lake for many years. Just love this lake for its beautiful water and lack of traffic. I can get to the lake in under 30 minutes from my house. Walleye. I know they are there. I can feel there presence. I do catch a few, randomly. I want to catch them on a more consistent basis. Like most, I can catch more in the...

Eleven Point River Flys

Posted by Tito Degiosio in Tito Degiosio's Blog, 18 March 2010 - - - - - - · 652 views

Coming soon

1/25/10 Busch Wildlife Trout

Posted by esox niger in esox niger's Blog, 25 January 2010 - - - - - - · 729 views

After a long cold snap, then a week or more of a warm spell, things are going to cool off once again. The last 5 or 6 trips ive taken over the last two weeks have resulted in no fish and no bites. Clearly time for a change. after noticing some posts about busch wildlife, i decided id give it a try. Number one, its close. Number two, no kayaking involved,...

Boundary Waters Last June

Posted by joefish in joefish's Blog, 12 January 2010 - - - - - - · 436 views

I didnt talk alot about our B DUB trip last june. We floated the Granite River to Saganaga Lake. This was a short 3 dayer because it was last minute and didnt have alot of time. The smallmouth bite was late due to a late spring. We started slow but after we got the hang of it after day 1 we probably averaged 10 or 12 each per day. The biggest was 18 with...

Passing

Posted by smallmouthjoe in Sirens, Shipwrecks and Smallmouth, 22 December 2009 - - - - - - · 469 views

Yesterday was the winter solstice the shortest day of the year and after the day passed we started our slow tilt back towards the sun and now everyday should be longer than the previous and I already can feel the warm sun of spring fast approaching. I do realize that we have the toughest months of winter to endure before the temperature and subsequently my...

Gobble Gobble

Posted by buckdandy in BuckDandy's Blog, 08 April 2009 - - - - - - · 507 views

I've been meaning to get up early one of these fine, chilly mornings and see if the gobbler's are sounding off, good news, I sat out on my back deck this a.m. and sure enough, gobble gobble! They were quite away off in the distance but it was still enough I could hear them distinctly. I've been seeing about forty or so earlier this spring...

Anticipation

Posted by techo in techo's Blog, 06 March 2009 - - - - - - · 502 views

I had the opportunity to attend Babbler"s seminar on spring bass fishing on Tale Rock. It was a great seminar and I managed to put a few faces to names. I was happy to discover I used many of the same techniques as Bill, but guess who taught me?

The water is warming up and I think the bass are about to turn on. I can't wait to spend two or...

Yet Another Work In Progress "bite Of The Day"

Posted by zander in Zander's Blog, 25 October 2008 - - - - - - · 574 views

So last weekend my friend from junior high through college came up his with little girl and his parents for the weekend. His parents had a week at a timeshare near Branson. For the last year or so he has been living in Dallas, TX after living in Denver for several years. In Colorado he fell in love with fly-fishing, a love that his father had discovered...

Jerkbaits, Part 1: Reservior Bass

Posted by RSBreth in RSBreth's Blog, 13 October 2008 - - - - - - · 836 views



Modern minnow shaped lures are called stickbaits, slashbaits, jerkbaits, or often by the name of a popular brand or model such as Rapala or Rogue. I'll call them all jerkbaits whether they're floating, suspending, or sinking just to make it simple. The first popular lure of this kind...



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