Sunday, December 10th, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Sunday, December 10th, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Vic Attardo

Red, white and bluegills: Take a kid fishing this Memorial Day

Before you leave for your all too brief Memorial Day vacation, grab one or two fishing rods from the basement or garage because this is your big chance to pull the kids away from their phones and hypnotizing devices and introduce them to the joys of the outdoors through fishing.
Take them on a Memorial Day bluegill outing.

Bet on these four stocked trout streams in Pennsylvania for fun fishing

The emphasis at this time is on the put-and-take fishery, and these waters can provide a lot of fun.
The southeast has three end points – the large waters where these streams eventually empty. The Lehigh and Schuylkill rivers are two, then all end up in the mighty Delaware River. Within these confines are an amazing variety of waters divided basically into limestone and freestone flows.

Fly-Tying: Here are the tools of the trade

It really depends on how old you, and the sum of shekels in your pocket, as to what you’ll take away from this story.
If you’re 12 and under, you’ll likely get one set of ideas from my fly tying advice. If you’re between 12 and 18, other aspirations may appeal to you, and if you’re between 18 and 81, have a steady income or get a monthly Social Security check, alternative aims will seem appealing.

Proper handling tips to capture that fish photo before a successful release

The way I release crappies and bass, also pike and muskie, differs greatly from the way I release trout. Also the type of water and the temperature of the water makes a difference in how I handle fish after taking photos.

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