The Beaverhead River in Montana

January 29, 2020 Gintulis 0

Beaverhead River | Introduction & Overview The Beaverhead River begins at Clark Canyon Dam, near Dillon, and flows for 80 miles to the confluence with the Jefferson River. For the first sixteen miles, downstream to Barrett’s Dam, the river flows through arid hillsides. Traversing this section of river, the Beaverhead is rarely in a straight…

Ohio River | Indiana Fishing Regulations – 2019

January 28, 2020 Gintulis 0

Sport Fishing on the Ohio These regulations are the result of a cooperative effort by Indiana and five other Ohio River states. In many cases, these rules differ significantly from other laws and regulations in Indiana. These rules and regulations apply only to the main stem of the Ohio River and do not include any…

Fishing Reports | Salt River

January 27, 2020 Gintulis 0

This prime thirty mile section extends through pastoral valleys between Afton and Alpine, Wyoming. The Salt holds a few rainbows and brook trout but the prime attractions are the Snake River Fine Spotted Cutthroat and brown trout in the 10-22 inch range. The river offers great opportunities to…

Fishing – Destination Campbell River

January 25, 2020 Gintulis 0

2019 Salmon Fishing Regulations Effective August 1, 2019, with the appropriate tidal or freshwater fishing licence, anglers may retain all five species of salmon. Be sure to check for up to date regulations at the Department of Fisheries and Oceans website.For the First Nations people of Canada’s West Coast, salmon have been central to a…

Wind River | Wyoming Fly Fishing Reports & Conditions

January 24, 2020 Gintulis 0

Dubois is considered the most remote town in the lower 48. So if getting away from the crowds and having the river to yourself is something you’re looking for, look no further! The Wind River is an amazing fishery with big browns, Yellowstone Cutts, rainbows and brookies. We…

River Walleyes – Walleye411

January 22, 2020 Gintulis 0

Throughout their range, rivers hold an abundance of walleyes, take a look at the U.S. and Canadian trophy walleye records, you will find that many were caught in rivers. Fishing rivers for walleye is an excellent trophy walleye choice for two reasons, first rivers do not receive the same fishing pressure as inland lakes so…

Fishing – Experience Mississippi River

January 17, 2020 Gintulis 0

The Mississippi River is one of America’s greatest fishing resources, and the Great River Road links anglers with endless fishing opportunities. Travelers along the Great River Road will find hundreds of boat launches and shore-fishing spots on the Mississippi River. Wide pools in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa are known for their walleye fishing. The segment…

How To Catch Walleye In Any River

January 16, 2020 Gintulis 0

You can fish for (and catch) walleye during any season in most of the rivers hosting a population of walleye. 3 important “quick tips” for catching them in rivers: 1. Walleye are extremely sensitive to light. Keep this in mind. When it is bright and hot outside, walleye will head into the deeper areas of…

Animas River Fly Fishing

January 14, 2020 Gintulis 0

One of the last free-flowing rivers in the state of Colorado, the Animas River is a unique and rare treasure. With the newest and one of the best Gold Medal Water fly-fishing sections in Colorado, the Animas is a river that should be on your list of places to fish. The Animas River is evidence…