There are hundreds of websites you can visit and get news and commentary by people far more educated and eloquent than I am. Whenever possible I try to do things a little different. Whatever the subject I try to make it as interesting and entertaining as possible.
The weather will be getting cooler soon and the fall ‘turnover’ will occur. Turnover is when the warmer water near the surface sinks and the colder water rises. In essence, turning over. This is the way fish instinctively know colder weather is coming and they feed more aggressively because their systems slow down in winter. The layer of water between the warm and cold water is known as a thermocline. This column is where most fish can be found this time of year. An electronic device which can detect depth and temperature is most helpful. Having all the newest technology at your fingertips is helpful, but at the end of the day you still have to rely on the fishes’ willingness to take a bait, which can be nigh on to impossible at times. Been there, done that.
I’VE CAUGHT MANY OF THESE. THEY ARE NOTHING TO MESS WITH.
Mystery surrounding neon-green pike appears to have been solved
Somewhere in northern Canada’s Great Slave Lake is a fluorescent-green pike that looks as though it’s wearing neon-green lipstick.
The bizarre-looking fish was released after being caught by Yellowknife angler Randy Straker, during a recent outing with Craig Thomas.
Northern pike, also referred to as jackfish, are typically much darker, with a brownish or olive-green complexion, and with yellowish-white bellies.
The 12- to 14-pound pike reeled in by Straker, an avid Great Slave Lake angler, “was totally, head to tail, like nothing we’d ever seen before.”
THIS VIDEO HAS GONE VIRAL THE LAST FEW DAYS. A DIFFERENT TYPE OF CAT-FISHING
IT TAKES A SPECIAL KIND OF STUPID TO MESS WITH A PIRANHA, ESPECIALLY ONE THIS SIZE
BILL DANCE HAS HOSTED A FISHING SHOW FOR DECADES. THERE ARE THREE OF THESE BLOOPER VIDEOS I KNOW OF. THEY ARE REALLY FUNNY
bluebird of bitterness adds: