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Some Unusual Winter Steelhead Flies and How to Fish Them

Dec 11, 2014 - The steelhead that stay in the tributaries through the winter are not always the easiest to catch, especially in the fly-only zones of the Salmon River or in the other streams like Oak Orchard where they see a lot of flies and plenty of pressure.
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Around the Lake

Dec 11, 2014 - Roger Tobey Memorial Niagara River Anglers Steelhead Contest
February 7, 2015 – The Niagara River Anglers Association will be holding their winter steelhead classic at Lewiston Landing. Loads of fun. Awards and lunch will follow at the 3-F Club, 904 Swann Rd., Lewiston. For information check out the NRAA website at www.niagarariveranglers.com.

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Bragging Rights Tournament

Dec 11, 2014 - A few years ago, well, OK, more than a few, a group of friends from central Pennsylvania realized their numbers had surpassed those that make for booking a single boat for their annual Lake Ontario trip. Then one year when several of those friends were together to watch the National Football League playoffs on television one of them came up with an idea that has led to an annual event.
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Calling Snowbound Coyotes

Dec 11, 2014 - To the consternation of many whitetail and small game hunters, we’ve come to realize that Canis latrans, the eastern coyote is here to stay. Yet that does not mean that we can’t keep their number in check by participating in a little predator calling.
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CONSERVATION COLUMN - Winter 2015

Dec 11, 2014 - The magnificent and ancient sturgeon have once again become the focus of New York State anglers.
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FINGER LAKES WINTER FISHING HOTSPOTS

Dec 11, 2014 - The Finger Lakes provide anglers with a vast amount of fishing opportunities during our winter months. During a normal winter Otisco, Honeoye and Canadice lakes freeze completely over at least for a few weeks. Owasco, Keuka, Canandaigua and Hemlock typically have safe ice on some part during the winter. Seneca Lake does not freeze over and only the north end of Cayuga Lake has ice formation
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From The Helm - Winter 2015

Dec 11, 2014 - Well, what can I say about the Fall salmon run? Epic? Not! Record return? Not!

A few good runs, well maybe. Long hard grind? That sounds good to me.
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Lower Niagara River Needs Champion(s)

Dec 11, 2014 - The lower Niagara River, the 10 mile stretch of water from the mighty Niagara Falls to Lake Ontario, is picturesque, dynamic and prolific in every sense of the word. It pushes on average 205,000 cubic feet of water per second through this unique system, half of which is an awesome gorge with a sheer drop of nearly 200 feet from top to bottom.
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New Hard Water Products

Dec 11, 2014 - Frabill’s new I-2 knows how to skin the cool cats, no matter the conditions
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Niagara River Shore Fishing – Scary Good for Winter Trout!

Dec 11, 2014 - However, while precautions and obstacles can be many, the rewards can be even greater when pursuing these piscatorial predators: steelhead, domestic rainbows, brown trout and lake trout, from fall to spring.
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Research Vessel Kaho: THIS BOATS FOR YOU and ITS CREW TOO!

Dec 11, 2014 - Most have probably seen this craft passing by and bobbed up and down in its wake, and I hope by now you know my choice for Lake Ontario’s most valuable boat is the new Research Vessel Kaho
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Saving the Day

Dec 11, 2014 - Over the course of a lifetime of fishing I have seen days that start out with heart thumping excitement that suddenly get thrown to the edge of disaster by the changing of a single fishing variable
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Strategies for Ice Fishing Success

Dec 11, 2014 - Anglers are pretty conscientious about checking their gear prior to the season’s first outing, but it is just as important to check gear prior to every outing. After all, things are not always packed away properly when gear is picked up at sunset on a cold winter’s day.
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TROLLING CRANKBAITS FOR TROPHY WALLEYE

Dec 11, 2014 - To catch really big walleye it’s important to learn to troll crank baits. We’ve discussed it in the past so we’ll go over a few tidbits again: More big fish – 8 to 13 pound plus are caught using crank baits than any other techniques combined.
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Winter steelhead Fishing Equipment preparation

Dec 11, 2014 - Why do we put ourselves and our gear, through the rigors of winter steelhead fishing? First, the fish are there. Why sit around and wish we could go fishing when some of the best fishing can happen during winter.
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Spey Casting on the Lake Ontario Tributaries

Sep 16, 2014 - The first Spey Nation program in 1998 drew 70 people, and the event has grown to over 300 participants.
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CONSERVATION COLUMN fall 2104

Sep 16, 2014 - IJC Threatens Lake Ontario Water Levels, New Crossbow Law Needs Work, Duck Hunters Look for Good Year,NY Sportsmen’s Advisory Council, Hunting on Public Lands Threatened, Cyber Attacks on Hunters Increasing
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Deer bedding behavior

Sep 16, 2014 - Bedding areas are safety zones for deer. White-tailed deer are ruminants, a characteristic that allows deer to take in food over a short period of time and then retreat to cover while the digestive process takes place.
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Douglas Outdoors Rod and Reel manufacturer in Pulaski

Sep 16, 2014 - We all agree that we need to have products that are made in the US. Our first product range includes a US-made reel designed by tackle aficionada John Shaner. Next season we will have our first range of US-made rods designed by Tom Murphy
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Egg Cure for salmon and trout fishing

Sep 16, 2014 - It’s fall salmon season in Upstate NY and while there’s and endless number of ways to cure eggs
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