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Catch of the Week & Fishing Tips
Catch of the Week & Fishing Tips
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Mackenzie's Catch of the Week
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Mackenzie with a massive Rainbow Trout caught at an undisclosed location.​​​

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​Fishing Tips of the Week

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Dawn and Dusk Fishing


Low light periods of the day often provide great fishing

Low light periods of the day have the ability to produce some of the best fishing year round. This can become even more evident in the summer when the fish will transition much deeper into a body of water throughout the day to follow the cooler water as the surface warms throughout the day. During the low light periods of the day the water at shallower depths begins to cool slightly allowing those game fish to move back up to the shallow portions of the lake or pond to feed.

Water Clarity and Lure Selection


How to match the water clarity to the best possible lure

Water clarity is a huge factor in what lures or colors will produce the most attention and strikes from fish. With water that is clear the fish become much more visual hunters compared to a more stained body of water. For this reason it is important to focus on the more subtle natural colors. The fish have much more time to inspect a bait in clear water and the more natural it looks the better. The opposite can be said for fishing stained water, fish will be feeding on a more reaction basis meaning catching their attention quickly is key. Bright colored lures will do the best job at quickly catching the attention of a nearby game fish and encourage a reaction strike.