Go Big, Go Fast… Or Go Big Go Slow!

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By Cal Kellogg Some anglers like to troll quickly in the fall, hunting for large aggressive trout that are ready to be triggered into making a reaction strike. Other anglers prefer a slower approach. These guys feel that big fish … Continued

Flashers for Trout and Salmon

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Today’s average troller is obsessed with dodgers. I’d bet at any given lake on any given day the number of dodgers being trolled outnumbers the number of flashers in the water by a ratio of 15 or 20: 1. Often … Continued

Spinners And Spoons For River Kings

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By Cal Kellogg Spinners and spoons will take river salmon wherever salmon are found from the bountiful rivers of Alaska all the way down the Pacific Coast to the Feather and American Rivers. It takes patience and experience to consistently … Continued

Trout, Trout & More Trout!

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The fabled Sierra Nevada wind had come up early and now it was really blowing. The surface of the lake was covered in white caps and all the power boaters had long since thrown in the towel and their boats … Continued