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Iowa Fishing Reports – 10/2/2008

Northeast Mississippi River Pools 9 to 15: Fishing is slowly picking up on the Mississippi River in Pools 9 to 15 with the drop in water temperature. Water levels at Lynxville are 12.3 feet, Guttenberg 4.0 feet, Dubuque 7.12 feet, Bellevue 4.11 feet, and Camanche 9.02 feet. The river is…


Arkansas Weekly Fishing Report – 10/1/2008

Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Randy Zellers (501) 223-6406, e-mail: rdzellers [at] agfc [dot] state [dot] ar [dot] us             This is the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s fishing report for Oct. 1, 2008. If there is a body of water you would like included in this report, please call…


South Carolina Freshwater Fishing Trends – 9/29/2008

Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Mountains Area Lake Jocassee: Bream: Excellent. For keeper sized bream move off the banks a bit and fish in 10-15 feet with crickets. Catfish: Very good. Fish in 15-20 feet in the mouths of rivers and creeks….


South Carolina Freshwater Fishing Trends – 7/7/2008

Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Mountains Area Lake Jocassee: Largemouth Bass: Good, casting Carolina-rigged worms, and topwater plugs with slow retrieve. Also in early morning drifting minnows off shallow points. Trout: Fair, trolling early in the day in 40 to 65 feet…


South Carolina Freshwater Fishing Trends – 6/23/2008

Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Mountains Area Lake Jocassee: Trout: Very good. Very nice catches of large rainbow trout are being reported trolling in 50 – 70 feet of water using trolling spoons or large plugs; also pull large live shiners in…


May Is Time To Clean Up On Crappie

Kansas anglers out in force as popular sportfish move to shallow water PRATT — Of all Kansas outdoor recreation opportunities, crappie fishing is one of the most popular. These tasty fish bite year-round, but spring brings them close to shore, where they spawn in shallow water. This makes great fishing…