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Ketchikan, located in southeastern Alaska, it’s a good place to fish for halibut.  And the scenery ‘is to die for’ – just really nice.  Sally and John Balch live in Ketchikan.  Their favorite halibut fishing spot is nearby but, it's a secret spot, so don't ask where it is, we don’t know either.

They were fishing one Sunday and had been having good luck landing cod and halibut; so they decided to stop around before it was noon.  Sally started pulling in her gear, but then felt a tug on the line.  Sally thought she had snagged the bottom on something.  She then reeled in the line with all her strength, tired, and burned out – she gave the rod and reel to John.  (Read More)

3 Lures You Must Have

Do you know what the top 3 lures for catching Bass are? Though there aren't any specific statistics, a survey was conducted amongst the pro bass fishermen and it was found that plastic worms won by a large margin. Second and third place were the spinner bait and then the crank bait.

Picking one of these 3 is not enough, however. You must take into account the lake you are fishing on before you select your lure. Especially you must consider if it is better to cover a smaller segment of water thoroughly or skim across a larger expanse as quickly as possible to find fish. Using a worm is slower, but extremely effective and is very seductive to Bass. They do best when the fish are schooled over a particular structure.

Spinner bait can be moved more quickly across the surface and can be bounced on the bottom, sent against a tree limb and moved in many different ways in order to stimulate strikes. It is a great probing lure for the shoreline because of its tangle-free construction. (More>)


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