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Warmwater Baits for Big Bass

Posted May 19, 2014

There will be a remaining week of cooler-than-average weather for May 2013, then temperatures will ramp up for Summer. Our lakes, rivers and river backwaters will warm up as well. There will still be some Bass spawning for weeks to come, but overall the fish will be moving into post-spawn and active feeding behaviors – except during very hot weather, times of low oxygen and unfavorable barometric pressures – that will culminate in the Fall Feeding Frenzy, as waters begin to chill and daylight hours shorten again.Bob the Bassmaster! Most big Largemouth Bass in our area are going to be...

Kokanee Spinners | Kokabow Tackle

Posted May 19, 2014

Few fisheries are experiencing such rapid growth as Kokanee fishing in the United States. As a land-locked component to the ever-popular salmon fisheries, they are poised to build in popularity. Fantastic taste, well maintained populations and likely success are just a few of the factors that make Kokanee fishing so attractive.As the fishery has grown, so has the tackle used to catch them. From the spinners and hoochies to the dodgers and flashers, anglers are quick to identify their favorite method. Many are productive, but often with Kokanee it's the little advantages that lead to the highest success.Spinners have long held their spot in the top...

Steelhead Bobbers Discussion | Sliding vs. Fixed Floats

Posted May 19, 2014

Here at Fishing Addicts Northwest, we love to float fish. It’s the ideal presentation as you walk up onto a hole. It is not loud, and tends to not spook fish like heavy hardware may, and has direct visual sense that you have covered water.So let’s talk floats I will be comparing two different “styles” of floats. The first of which is a “sliding” float. A short description: a sliding float is engineered to slide on your mainline between your terminal weight and a bobber stop, which is set at a specific “depth” to match the water you are fishing....

Gear Review : Simms G3 Guide Stockingfoot Waders

Posted May 19, 2014

Waders take bank fishing to the next level. At least they should.Simms G3 Waders Many fishermen experience the "buy-cheap waders until they leak and repeat" routine all too often. Easy prey due to rock-bottom price tags, the cheapest of waders do the bare minimum - keep you dry at first. That may be enough for some as not everyone fishes on a habitual basis. If you do bank fish on a habitual basis, the benefits of high quality wading equipment becomes very apparent.Simms G3 waders emphasize mobility for bank fishing. At approximately 45 ounces they pack the power of Gore-Tex® in a surprisingly...

Columbia River Fall Chinook

Posted May 19, 2014

Columbia River Fall Chinook!Fishing Addicts Northwest had a fun fall chinook season anchor fishing with wobblers on the Columbia River. The 2013 fall Chinook run was one of the biggest the Columbia had seen in years...and as the counts at Bonneville Dam climbed, we took the boat out and dropped Wobblers down to the bottom and waited for the mighty takedowns that Columbia River Fall Chinook are capable of.   We got to take a few friends out who were able to hook their first Salmon and even got Joel from out on the boat with us. Kimber Roberts the only...

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