8:00 pm EST 12/10/16
0100 GMT 12/11/16
Wind: W (260°), 13.6 kt
Gust: 17.5 kt
Seas: 1.6 ft
Peak Period: 3 sec
Pres: 30.42 steady
Air Temp: 28.6 °F
Water Temp: 38.5 °F
Time to gear up for ice fishing
With the white stuff falling ice fishing is just around the corner. I don’t do much myself but I know that this is a big deal for most anglers and I thought I’d try to help promote this sport and pass on what little knowledge I have on the subject as well as some good links to help you out.
Tungsten The Hot bait!
If you haven’t tried them yet now’s the time to grab a few before the shelve empty out! From what I’m told each year these are the hardest thing to find once the season ramps up.
Tungsten is much heavier than lead and allow you to use a smaller profile jig while maintaining that ability to reach the depths needed to find the fish.
This year Anglers Mart has added a few new colors to their lineup including the new Topiola flat bottom jig that add a little more action.
Anglers Mart brings back their historical 6” Pike Decoy as well as a few new colors across their entire line of decoys.
For the liteline anglers don’t forget to rig you rods with the latest spring bobbers to help you detect that ultra light bite.
In closing please visit our sponsor site for a huge selection of Ice gear and baits
Posted by Roy_Randolph on Saturday, December 10, 2011 @ 20:33:53 EST (662 reads)
Posted by Roy_Randolph on Friday, November 12, 2010 @ 19:30:45 EST (843 reads)
non-Canadian resident Outdoors Card
For the anglers that fish St. Clair and any other Canadian waters you are now required to have a non-Canadian resident Outdoors Card along with your Canadian Fishing license.
"An Outdoors Card alone is NOT a fishing license"
Who needs to purchase a non-Canadian resident Outdoors Card and fishing license tag to fish in Ontario?
Anyone who lives outside of Canada is considered a non-resident for the purposes of fishing license regulations. Most non-residents need a fishing licence to fish in Ontario. Specifically:
Non-Canadian residents 18 years of age and over must purchase a fishing license.
Non-Canadian residents under 18 years of age may fish without a license if accompanied by an adult (resident or non-resident) who has an Ontario recreational fishing licence. Any fish caught are part of the catch and possession limit of the adult who holds the license. As another option, non-Canadian residents under 18 years may purchase a licence and any fish caught apply to the catch and possession limits of that license.
Non-Canadian residents 65 years of age or older are not exempt from licensing requirements.
Posted by Roy_Randolph on Monday, March 29, 2010 @ 14:32:26 EDT (2107 reads)
Merging the DNR and DEQ is a great opportunity to improve management, but more p
More than 72 years ago, the Michigan Legislature began talking about a bill that would grant the Governor of Michigan the authority to appoint the state's conservation director. Conservationists, sportsmen and women all over the state were very concerned about the possibility of politics playing a major role in the fate of Michigan's natural resources.
A time for action had arrived and because of that one bill, a group of 92 delegates representing 35 conservation clubs across the state held a meeting on November 9, 1937 in Owosso. When that meeting ended, Michigan United Conservation Clubs had been formed.
Posted by God on Monday, November 16, 2009 @ 11:21:36 EST (4043 reads)
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