From the Field
Walleye Smackdown 09 Results
Written by Greg Houtteman   
Monday, 08 June 2009 13:12

Thanks for a great Walleye Smackdown 2009.  What a great turnout and of course a fantastic fishery yielded limit catches for most participants.  Even the salmon guys were able to put fish in the cooler. 

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Fishing Mentors
Written by James Athey - Team Experience Outdoors   
Saturday, 18 April 2009 17:48
As a group, the anglers of the world are comprised of people of all ages and from all walks of life. For some it is a sport for recreation and relaxation to be enjoyed on occasion.
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Trolling Strike Indicators
Written by James Athey - Team Experience Outdoors   
Saturday, 18 April 2009 17:46
One of the most common questions I hear when taking greenhorns trolling is “How do you know when we get a bite?” For the initiated it may sound like a silly question but after trying to see it through their eyes it doesn’t seem so silly. Bear in mind that to most people, you know you have a bite when the fish pulls on one end of the bobber and the other end stands up. When trolling the rods are in perpetual motion from the wind and waves and it really isn’t always so easy to detect strikes unless one knows what to look for.
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Are you ready for Spring Fishing?
Written by Greg Houtteman   
Thursday, 02 April 2009 18:48

I’m not talking about whether or not your tackle is cleaned and properly organized, your rods are spooled up with fresh line, or that your boat is shiny and clean.

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Port Basics: Ludington
Written by Tom Greenberg   
Tuesday, 03 February 2009 22:36

Port Basics is a new Educated Angler series focused on providing basic port information (from a fishing perspective) that a first-time visitor will find useful in navigating their way around a new port.

Port Basics: Ludington

Ludington is the number one Salmon and Steelhead port on Lake Michigan in terms of number of fish caught.  With a thriving fishery all spring and summer, Ludington is a very popular fishing destination.  August and September fishing in Ludington is something you have to experience to believe.  Mature Kings stage near shore for their spawning push up the Pere Marquette River.  These fish are big, hungry, and feisty, and there are lots of them.  Their favorite food is plugs, but they will also bite attractors with flies and the occasional spoon.

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