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Four Tips For Fall Trout

The small window between hot summer and cold winter is a trout’s opportunity to fatten up for the lean months. But nature is not kind. Fall does not bring massive hatches of meaty mayflies like spring. Feeding opportunities can be sparse, which forces trout to be opportunistic. It is advantageous for anglers. Here are some general guidelines to remember when you’re fishing for trout in fall.

Nymphing for Wild Chattahoochee Browns

Drifting between forested banks over bedrock shoals, it’s easy to forget where you are on the Buford Dam tailrace of the Chattahoochee River. This beautiful stretch of water snakes southwest through densely populated suburbs north of Atlanta, yet riverside development is limited. There are long stretches where this river feels like wilderness—where the sounds of the city are replaced by lapping oars and the soft swish of fly rods cutting air.

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Man Catches Record Hybrid Striped Bass In New Jersey: ‘Trolling In 20 feet’

The NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife announced a new hybrid striped bass record has been reached after 23 years

Shrimp Boats And Oil Rigs Out Of Grand Isle

Perched on the outer edge of the bayous south of New Orleans, Grand Isle, Louisiana, is like a whole other world to outsiders.

Pregnant Florida Woman Spears Potential World Record Fish

Julie Augustine, a 40-year-old Destin resident, is making headlines for polespearing a 37.6-pound black drum earlier this month. She was eight months pregnant when she snagged the huge fish during a free dive. The current world record for a black drum caught by a woman via sling or polespear is 36.3 pounds.

Handle Fish With Care

Whether you intend to release a fish you catch or legally keep it, the fish should be handled properly... for the fish’s sake – and yours.

The Time Is Now

October is one of the best months to fish in the southern United States. This transition month signals the migration of marine life along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts, creating a feeding frenzy and a great opportunity for anglers in more ways than one.

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Keys Kids Catch’em Up At The 25th Annual Derby

112 Keys Kids participated in the 25th Annual Keys Kids Fishing Derby on September 25th hosted by the Lorelei.  Junior anglers pay no fee to participate in this event.  They may fish in one of three different divisions, Offshore, Shoreline or Backcountry and awards are given for three different age groups in each of these divisions.

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