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River Etiquette | Coexisting with Other Anglers

Posted 5 years ago

Less conflict, more fishing! This article is specifically targeted towards bank anglers. We'll discuss driftboat etiquette in a future article.River Ettiquette | Coexisting with Other AnglersGood fishing brings crowds. Maybe you've got some great locations that you can find both fish and solitude, but not everyone has that luxury. Wherever you may fish, we ask that you practice simple common courtesy, or "etiquette."River etiquette is beneficial to every angler involved.et·i·quette ˈetikit,-ˌket/ The customary code of polite behavior in society or among members of a particular profession or group. We all must share the same water. As many have remarked, these days there...

Salmon Fishing Tutorial | Flasher & Prawn Spinner Rigging

Posted 5 years ago

Columbia River Spring Chinook tutorial. This short "how-to" displays how to set up flasher and weight for Columbia River springers.Video Sponsor* http://www.shortbusflashers.comCameron Black of Gone Catchin' Guide Service (http://www.gonecatchin.com) displays how he sets up flashers and weight droppers while fishing the Columbia River for Springers. A sliding lead line is displayed in combination with a bead-chain and Shortbus Flasher setup.Fishing Addicts Northwest uses Shortbus Flashers for Columbia River & Ocean fishing for Coho & Chinook Salmon. This setup and rig can also be used while trolling or "mooching" herring.Watch for more videos in this series about how to rig up...

Battle Ground Lake Bass Fishing

Posted 5 years ago

This may be surprising to most, but Battle Ground Lake holds some of the biggest bass in the state! For most people this is just a myth, but I have seen them with my own eyes cruising the shores! These big green elusive monsters have been ruling over this lake since way back when. In most cases these fish are dang near impossible to catch. Besides the tight line worm fishermen hooking onto, “the huge fish that snapped their line….”These fish are probably never even hooked. These fish have seen every lure in your resume. They have become so line...

Anatomy of a Quality Steelhead Spinner

Posted 5 years ago

What makes a Steelhead & Salmon spinner good? There are a hundred spinners out on the market today, many of them quality, some of them sub-par. Surely spinners are a standby of Steelhead fishing just as they are for trout, swung through small creeks enticing up aggressive rainbows and “cutties.” Spinners must first do what their name implies – they must spin! One of the ultimate frustrations with a spinner is when it will not create that “whirring” spinner action immediately upon hitting the water. For this reason I stick with a few specific spinners for my own tackle box....

How to Rig a Pink Worm

Posted 5 years ago

-Rigging Steelhead Worms For Bobber & Jig Fishing-Pink Worms have burst onto the Northwest Steelhead fishing scene with a vengeance. They are effective in many different water situations and entice aggressive strikes from big Steelhead. Fishing Addicts Northwest uses pink worms in many river systems all over the Northwest. We've also found them to be very effective on big rainbow trout and a few other species.This is a "How-to" tutorial video about rigging plastic Steelhead worms on a jig-head. For reference, our standard jig-head size is 1/8 ounce, though you can experiment with different weights, sizes and colors. How you...

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