The Heavy On Fishing Big Waters Small

To say the Great Lakes are massive is the understatement of a lifetime. This time of year, however, anglers are in luck; autumn is the time when the majority of the big lakes’ anadromous fishes are swimming shoreward in preparation of procreation. Now is when anglers can don nothing more than a pair of chest waders; grab a single rod and reel and a handful of lures that can be cast far,
and catch a stringer full of fish too heavy for one man to carry!

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Behemoth Browns Of Fall

The sudden switch from hot and muggy to cool dry days often gets anglers thinking first ice. However, the cooling waters are triggering fish migrations at this very moment and there are fish to cast to before the waterways harden. In short: There’s one heck of a brown trout bite going on now!

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