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Treestand Blacktails: Part 2 Treestand Blacktails: Part 2

Written By: Cal Kellogg,
July 11, 2014

Cal Kellogg kicked off this discussion of treestand blacktail tactics in the last issue of The Fish Sniffer. Here is the conclusion-Editor.

Lower elevation feeding areas tend to be more varied. Ridges with acorn production are always...

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Fly Fishing For Bass At Mather Lake Fly Fishing For Bass At Mather Lake

Written By: Headwaters Fishing Team,
July 10, 2014

After a skunk at Black Butte, I decided I needed to further educate myself in the ways of bass fishing. Since I am admittedly not the world's best bass fisherman, I figured I would be equally effective either fly fishing or using...

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Still Hunting Strategy For Blacktail Bucks: Part 2 Still Hunting Strategy For Blacktail Bucks: Part 2

Written By: Cal Kellogg,
May 28, 2014

We kicked off this discussion of blacktail still hunting tactics in the last issue of The Fish Sniffer. Here’s the conclusion-Cal Kellogg.

Quality binoculars are the still hunter’s most important tool. They enable the hunter to probe the...

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Jingle All The Way

Written By: Kathie Morgan,

One of the more interesting benefits of having to move from one's residence of 35 years is going through all the "stuff" one has accumulated over the years. For someone such as myself who is interested in so many activities, the sorting/saving/storing/dumping process...

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2013 Buoy 10 Salmon Season – Great Memories And Heartbreaks

Written By: Bill Kremers,

The 2013 season for me was one of great memories and heartbreaks and I still have five more days of fishing to go. This is the only time of the year that I fish for over two weeks straight and I have to say I look forward to each day.

Many of the heartbreaks have come...

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Picking The Right Shotgun For New Duck Hunters

Written By: Aaron Fraser Pass,

If location is the key element in real estate value, comfort is the critical aspect of successfully starting a new shooter into the world of waterfowling. The comfort factor mostly falls into three categories: comfort with the gun, comfort with the recoil, and comfort...

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High Sierra Golden Trout Grand Tour 2013!

Written By: Forum Member: sierra fisherman,
October 12, 2013

Well with me heading off to Marine boot camp October 20th my Dad (Captain Tahoe) and I wanted to head out on one last backpacking trip together before I leave. We planned on spending 16 days hiking 60 or more miles and visiting 20 or more lakes, in search of giant golden trout in the...

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Tips & Tactics for N/A
Is Bigger Better? Is Bigger Better?

Written By: Dan ArbuckleHeadwaters Fishing Team

The debate has been raging lately in the kayak business about "Is bigger better?" Many companies are focusing a lot of money and effort...

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Dialing in your Fish finder Dialing in your Fish finder

Written By: Forum Member: BlueBoat

let's face it, we all like to see arches on our fish finders. The problem is that it's not all that easy to get them to show up like we...

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Phenix Rods Are Very Light And Offer Strength, Sensitivity and Durability Phenix Rods Are Very Light And Offer Strength, Sensitivity and Durability

Written By: Ernie Marlan

I was first introduced to the Phenix Rod line at the 2010 International Sportsmen’s Expo in Sacramento. I have been fishing them ever...

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Todays date: Wednesday July 23, 2014

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on: June 23, 2013
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Kris Caceres of Loomis hangs another nice large mouth from one of the many un named ponds in the sierra foothills.

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