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From The Desk Of G.W.(Gene) Lopushinsky
Food For Thought
One hour before and one hour after high tides, and one hour before and one hour after low tides. Inland, the times for high tides correspond with the times when the Moon is due south. Low tides are halfway between high tides.
Especially For Salmon.
During the “morning rise” (after sunup for a spell) and the “evening rise” (just before sundown and the hour or so after).
During the rise and set of the Moon.
When the barometer is steady or on the rise. (But even during stormy periods, the fish aren’t going to give up feeding.
When there is a hatch of flies—caddis flies or mayflies, Rabbit Pellts, (Match The Hatch, Just Like When Folks Use Rabbit Pellets To Feed The Fish, Use Deer Hair and cut it short, And You Have Matched The Hatch.
Best Drift Fishing For Yours Truly is,when the breeze is from a west.
When the water has a rippled, rather then still for Trout.
When I am Sight Fishing, in the Spring.
The Best Days For Fishing,..........
When You Get Your Butt Out Of Bed
Fishing Has Started...And I Have............ Gone Fishin Too!!
When the Moon is Between New and Full
This Is My Favorite Time to Fish Big Pike
Did You Know That Northern Pike Loose There Teeth Monthly,Use The Moon To Be Exact For Your Records.
The "Best Times" to fish are when the fish are naturally most active. The Sun, Moon, tides, and weather all influence fish activity. For example, fish tend to feed more at sunrise and sunset. During a full Moon, tides are higher than average and fish tend to feed more. Most of us go fishing when we can get the time off, not because it is the best time. But there are best times, according to.............
Best Times for Fishing
For Salmon off the West Coast
* One hour before and one
hour after high tides, and one hour before and one hour after low tides. Inland,
the times for high tides correspond with the times when the Moon is due south.
Low tides are halfway between high tides.
*"During the "morning rise" (after sunup for a spell) and the "evening rise" (just before sundown and the hour or so after).
* When the barometer is steady or on the rise. (But even during stormy periods, the fish aren't going to give up feeding. The smart fisherman will find just the right bait.)
* When there is a hatch of flies - caddis flies or mayflies, commonly. (The fisherman will have to match his fly with the hatching flies or go fishless.)
* When the breeze is from a North westerly quarter rather than from the north or east.
How To Clean A Northern Pike
First, the back Fillet, Set the pike on its belly (swimming position) and cut across the fish straight down to the backbone just behind the head. Turn the knife so that it’s lying flat atop the backbone, with the sharp edge facing the tail. Cut following the backbone until you reach the dorsal fin, then turn the knife and cut up to remove the back fillet. This should also serve to expose the tips of the Y-bones.
2. Now make a cut on each side of the fish behind the gill plate, from the backbone down to the belly.With the tip of the knife, gently separate the flesh from the outside of the Y-bones down to the belly on both sides, starting from the head and ending at the dorsal fin. You now have two more boneless fillets, but you’re not done yet.
3. There’s another set of Y-bones that runs vertically just below the dorsal fin; you’ll want to avoid this, too. Put the fish on its side and cut just behind the dorsal fin down to the backbone. Then turn the knife so the sharp edge is facing the tail and cut back along the backbone to the tail. Repeat on the other side and you now have a total of five fillets.
This method works best with pike about five pounds and over.
If The Fish Are Over 10 Pounds, I Leave The Bones In and Take Them Out When Cooked. Very Large Bones And Very Easy To Find And Remove.
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Trout (especially Browns) are very active at night during the hot and muggy part of the summer. Fish at dusk or even at night (where lawful) and use big flies or lures that will push the water. This will attract the fish. Examples include Muddler minnow flies, top water plugs.
With an increase in temperature a Trout's internal system speeds up. Think about this when retrieving spinners, spoons, and flies. When it is a hot day you may want to try speeding up your presentation.
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Trout Fishing should be turning on ...using a " Flatfish"plug and or using trout flies.
Excellent Muskie fishing on the Mississippi River...In the central part of the State.
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