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2014-12-05 16:22:31


2014-11-25 16:26:30

MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- FLW and Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits, a leading manufacturer of premium fishing tackle, have announced a sponsorship agreement for the 2015 season.

2011-01-05 10:26:00

MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- FLW Outdoors announced Wednesday that Mystic Tackleworks, Inc. has agreed to a sponsorship with the world's largest tournament-fishing organization.

2008-08-28 21:00:20

By Will Elliott >Lake Erie The first solid sign of fall fishing showed up this past week with a few nice steelhead trout hitting at 65-foot depths off Cattaraugus Creek. Rick Miller at Miller's Bait & Tackle heard of a couple smaller steelies stealing into mouth-of-the-creek waters.

2008-08-11 21:00:25

By Capt. Jim Johnson The cooler-than-normal water temperatures are once again the topic of conversation amongst our local anglers. The dreaded thermacline has once again lowered our water temperatures almost 10 degrees below what the temperature should be this time of year.

2008-08-03 09:00:11

By Robert L. Brodie, The Sun Herald, Biloxi, Miss. Aug. 3--For any angler, it's not hard to realize just how unbearable the summer heat can be. When the wind dies out its brutal, and getting to the fishing grounds extremely early, or late in the afternoon, can deliver a bit of relief.

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European Chub, Squalius cephalus
2014-06-09 12:43:27

The European chub (Squalius cephalus) is a species of freshwater fish that is part of the carp family. Its distribution is within most countries of Europe and in North America it is also sometimes called the round chub, fat chub or pollard. It is found in both slow and moderate river currents as well as canals, lakes and ponds. It is a popular fish among anglers and the smaller fish can be caught easily and in almost any conditions. The larger chub however, tend to be more skittish and...

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