Easy Fishing

The School of Agriculture at a university near my home harbors three ponds. They flood about an acre each. There is a fourth pond but it hasn’t held water for years and has the overgrowth to prove it. The ponds are used to irrigate the surrounding fields, which serve as classrooms for the agriculture students.Continue reading “Easy Fishing”

A Few Things You Might Not Know About Niagara Falls

Yes, Niagara Falls is a famous honeymoon destination. But newlywed or not, it’s worth a visit. And don’t forget to pack your fishing. Fishing on the Niagara River is fantastic. Contact Captain Frank Campbell at http://www.niagaracharter.com for more information. Thanks for reading. Check out this article from USA TODAY: Niagara Falls: Free admission and otherContinue reading “A Few Things You Might Not Know About Niagara Falls”

Bass fishing, kayak style

I recently enjoyed a short tenure as paddle sports columnist for Bait & Tackle Business magazine. The crippling and far-reaching business effects of COVID-19 has put that work on hold, hopefully to return but that’s yet to be determined. Until then, B&TB editorial remains available on line. In my April column, kayaking specialist John DeshauteursContinue reading “Bass fishing, kayak style”

News Hoosier trout anglers can use

Indiana’s inland stream trout season opens Saturday at 6 a.m. local time. By Saturday’s opening bell, Hoosier wildlife officials will have stocked about 23,000 rainbow trout in 17 streams across 12 different counties. Find out where at wildlife.IN.gov/5457.htm. The hatchery-reared trout are about 11 inches and, typically, not picky when slashing a bait. According toContinue reading “News Hoosier trout anglers can use”