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Late Fall & Early Winter Kokanee Fishing

Posted 3 years ago

The advent of late fall and winter often brings some excellent kokanee prospects on lakes in Washington. Yale, Stevens, Chelan and many other areas offer the opportunity to get into kokanee on a consistent basis. Watch as Cameron from Gone Catchin' fishes November kokanee in Washington state.When kokanee are near the surface it can be advantageous to top-line baits/lures with no weight or downriggers. A mixture of downriggers and top-lines often results in accurate dialing-in of key fish depths. This optimization of your kokanee program allows  for a precise knowledge of which part of the water collumn is producing best. Consistent measuring...

Twitch-Insanity! 4 Videos about "Twitching" Coho Salmon

Posted 3 years ago

What is it about twitching jigs for coho (silver) salmon? Why is this one of the fastest exploding Northwest methods? Pure coverage of water with a fun, involved technique quickly has made this technique very popular in short time. In our Facebook Live posts we have discussed this method heavily. Below are four videos dedicated to twitching jigs. They show numerous rivers being fished in Oregon and Washington using this technique. We often use 1/2 oz and 3/8 oz jigs. Aero Twitching Jigs are our favorite for the pattern selections they offer.Many rods will work for this technique, something that is lighter and...

One of the Top Freshwater Bait Rigs EVER!

Posted 3 years ago

If you fish lakes, ponds or even for surf perch, you should be using this rig! Built to present two baits at once "The Crappie Rig" is an expert way to do that, with minimal snagging. In the video below, you'll see the basics of the "Crappie Rig." These can be purchased easily online. The setup consists of a top swivel that features two wire separators or "spreader-bars" that are mounted vertically on the line with leaders coming off horizontally. These are positioned so they don't tangle much. At the bottom snap swivel you can easily attach a fishing weight.&t=1sThe "Crappie...

Addicted Scents - Proven, Deadly Salmon & Steelhead Scents

Posted 3 years ago

Now Available - Winter Chrome BlendThey are one of the variables of fishing that is difficult to detect in a distant angler. Though you may see the technique, you won't always see what scent they're putting on it to entice that "extra" bite.Certain fisheries demand more scent applications than others, but it's a known fact that having your scent game dialed in will allow favorable outcomes in many fishing situations. Hatchery Steelhead from caught on Pro-Cure Addicted Steelhead Blend Addicted Scents are blends designed to target salmon and steelhead species specifically. While we do believe they will work in other fisheries,...

The BEST Way to Fillet a Salmon or Steelhead

Posted 3 years ago

Preserving and preparing your catch with efficiency helps at the end of a long day. When you get home from a long day of fishing whether on the bank or boat, it's nice to have some tricks up your sleeve to get a quick but well-cut fillet. In this video, Cameron Black explains, in detail, a few shortcuts to better have control of your fillet. As always, a well sharpened and quality fillet knife helps the process.Filleting salmon & steelhead properly allows for high quality table fare. As always, bleed your legal keeper fish right away and put on ice...

Is Using A Wobbler Float Necessary??!!

Posted 3 years ago

Over the last 5 or so years there’s been an increasing presence of brightly colored floats aiding the wobbler fishermen on the Columbia out in the hog lines dotted up and down the river.  This technique started with the bank fishermen casting and running lines out over the steeper river drop-offs while trying to ensure their wobbler was suspended off the bottom.  Using larger floats has been proven effective off the banks, and here’s some of the reasons why boaters are making the switch...The basic setup that I prefer when running a float is a 3x3x3.  The dropper length is...

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