Favorite kind of fishing??

Discussion in 'Fishing Forum' started by Hillbilly Willie, Feb 20, 2005.

  1. Lowtide

    Lowtide Elite Refuge Member

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    Crappie & stripers.
     
  2. weedsnager

    weedsnager Elite Refuge Member

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    lake michigan smallmouth
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    northern wis. musky
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  3. Lame-Duck

    Lame-Duck Elite Refuge Member

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    Love to fish plastics for bass.
     
  4. Garvdog

    Garvdog Senior Refuge Member

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    I like to Walleye fish most of the time. Spring is the best around here and fishing for eyes in waders can be unbeatable. I also like to fish for pike and bass. I fish for panfish a lot of the time as well. Most lakes have a variety of species so if I can't find one type of fish, I try a different part of the lake for another species. Now ice fishing, that is a whole nother story........ :nutz
     
  5. Mike M.

    Mike M. Elite Refuge Member

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    saltwater for Striped bass/flounder/bluefish
    freshwater for bass with lures in a small boat and small lakes and ponds
    freshwater for whatever bites while shorefishing in a river.
    spring trout fishing
     

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  6. DakotaFowler

    DakotaFowler Elite Refuge Member

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    Can't beat putting on the waders a jigging for walleyes around here...pry my favorite fish to catch. Pike are a blast when you get into them. I also enjoy fishing for perch through the ice.
     
  7. BryanB

    BryanB Senior Refuge Member

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    I love chasing anything with a fly rod. One year I was fortunate enough to catch 6 different species of salmon on a fly in Oregon. I usually chase large Deschuetes redsides and steelhead. It's also a blast to fish the costal streams for sea-run cuts, steelhead, and salmon.

    Bryan
     
  8. fattkidd

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    bay of quinte walleye here 10 lb plus common,opens in thre and a half weeks can hardly contain myself.
     
  9. Ole Mossy

    Ole Mossy Elite Refuge Member

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    Bass
    White Perch
    Catfish

    In that order.

    I dont eat Bass but love to fish for them.
    I love to catch and eat white perch.
    Catfish is the same way, just prefer to eat white perch over catfish.


    OM
     
  10. E-Gad

    E-Gad Senior Refuge Member

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    Ice fishing - Jigging walleyes and northerns on tip ups.
     

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