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Hunting / Trapping / The freak nasty's flowing!
« on: October 29, 2009, 05:27:17 PM »
Halloween typically means it's time to get on your horse and get serious. Things seem to be heating up this week. These three were all in within 12 hours..... and not getting along. Good luck out there boys!

South Shore Fishing Association / Moonshine Contest
« on: October 05, 2009, 06:55:11 AM »
Congratulations to Andy Allen for winning the "Name the Spoon" contest sponsored by Moonshine lures. Participants in the 2009 Marquette Bay Fall Classic were provided a new spoon with their entry and asked to submit a name for the spoon. Special thanks to Tom Gudwer for your support of SSFA.
Again, Congrats to Andy and good luck in 2010 with your Moonshine spoons.
The winning name was Tangy Toad.

Lake Superior / Tribal Fishing Workshop
« on: September 30, 2009, 03:08:31 PM »
May be of interest.

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Hunting / Trapping / CHEESEHEADS
« on: September 22, 2009, 02:22:40 PM »

Wayne Schumacher of Fond du Lac, displays the rack of the deer he killed with his bow. The deer, shot in Fond du Lac county, as an unofficial count of 30 points, a 201/2 inch spread, and dressed weight of 225lb. He was registering the possible record deer at DutchÕs Trading Post on Main Street in Fond du Lac. Monday, September 21, 2009. The Reporter photo by Patrick Flood.

Lake Superior / SSFA Big Brothers Tourney & Big Fish
« on: September 02, 2009, 06:59:58 AM »
For those who haven't seen it......Nice piece of work Burt, Congratulations!

By: Emily Pace, Mining Journal

MARQUETTE COUNTY -- He's only nine-years-old and already, Brandon Mellon has earned bragging rights when it comes to fishing.

"Most kids don't really get to catch that big of fish," said Brandon.

Just over a week ago, Brandon caught the winning fish, a 22.5 pound, 36 inch lake trout at the 2nd Annual Big Brothers Big Sisters Fishing Tournament on Lake Superior.

"It took a good half-hour for him to get it in," says Burt Harris.  "So he was a pretty excited young man, especially when the head of the fish came out of the water, that was unbelievable."

Burt Harris is Brandon's mentor through the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program of Marquette and Alger counties.

Although Brandon has learned a lot about fishing from Burt, it's an interest they both share; the young angler has now taught Burt a thing or two, when it comes to hooking the winning fish.

That was the biggest lake trout that my boat has ever boated," said Burt.

Not only did Brandon's catch win him first place in the tournament, it also qualified him as Master Angler, which recognizes those who have been able to reel in an outstanding size fish, based on it's length and weight.

Brandon's fish is now frozen, waiting to be mounted.

"I want to show my kids that I caught a big fish, when I was their age," said Brandon.

Brandon and Burt say they'll continue to go fishing together, but whether or not they'll come across one as big -- well, that's the lure of the sport.

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Hunting / Trapping / Critters
« on: August 29, 2009, 06:43:59 PM »
Its coming.........I can feel it!

Lake Superior / SSFA Big Brothers Fishing Tournament
« on: August 19, 2009, 06:38:41 AM »
If any of you guys are planning on fishing Saturday or are interested in helping out for a great cause, We could use some boats for the Big Brothers fishing tournament. It will start at 8am and go until Noon. We currently have 7 boats and 12 "Little Brothers". If anybody wants to help out and make a kids day, call Jim at 250-9606 for more info.

South Shore Fishing Association / SSFA FALL TOURNAMENT APPLICATION
« on: August 12, 2009, 08:04:51 AM »
Sept. 12th 6am-3pm

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Lake Michigan / Manistique
« on: July 27, 2009, 07:35:28 AM »
Rumor has it Avery won with a 28lb King?
And the top trout was a 17lb Steelie?
Anyone confirm this........

Lake Michigan / Tourney
« on: July 12, 2009, 07:09:56 PM »
For anyone who wasn't there: Fishing went very well for the tournament. Water temperatures continue to be extremely cold, but some very nice fish were still caught. I believe they had a record number of entrants and the "board" was quite impressive. The smallest of the eight Kings on the board was 21lbs! The winning fish was a 23lb King caught by the Dreamer. The winning Trout was a 12lb Steelhead caught by none other than our resident Steely expert and all around fish guru.....Daybreak! :beer: Congrats guys! We had some dandy fish, but none that stayed on the board too long. Seems likes there was an average 3-6 fish per trip for most guys. Some had some real nice coolers, our best was eight on Sat. am. Not much of a pattern yet, Bite seemed better after first light and evenings were slow. I'm sure others will add. As always, Good tiimes!                                                                           

Lake Michigan / BIG FISH Fairport
« on: July 04, 2009, 12:29:00 PM »
Went down for the night. Things are getting better with a few fish each trip out for most boats. Water is colder than it has been last couple weeks though. Now for the good news, Below are pics (although, shitty ones prolly due to few  :beer:) They do not do this fish justice and didnt' turn out like I hoped. This fish weighed in at a whopping 26 and a half lbs. THATS NOT A TYPO! 26 and 1/2lbs. :dance: What a hog. This fish was not caught aboard my boat however. The lucky angler who landed this pig was none other than the infamous, Mr. Richard Ranguette:) He's the big stud of Fairport now guys. They're out there, go get em'. JB

Lake Michigan / Fairport 6/20-21
« on: June 21, 2009, 03:26:50 PM »
Hauled my camper to Fairport Sat. First one to the East of the old tin-sided barn when entering the launch driveway, stop by for a cold bubbason. :beer: Anyway, Fished Sat. eve and went 3-3  two on lead and one on a slide diver. Bad Toad, Blue Dragon Slayer, and Highline. Fished Sun. morning and had one Steely, Slide Diver (Highline again evil()).
Pretty cold down temps yet 45-47 down 50-60 ft.  The warmer water was North. Better than expected but a week or two out yet to get jumpin'. Reports were slow, the Searcher crew managed a few fish as well.

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Lake Superior / Go Figure
« on: May 25, 2009, 04:15:02 PM »
Fished Autrain this morning and had a very good 4 hours. Went 11 for 13 with 4 nice Kings and a dandy lost at the back of the boat. Also pulled in and released two Lakers over 10lbs. Seems to be pretty hot right now.

Trout/Salmon / World Record Rainbow (Supposedly)
« on: February 19, 2009, 06:48:55 PM »
You got your work cut out for you Finook!

This is the attached info:
Here's the new world record rainbow. Caught off of Anvil
Draw, Utah side, Flaming Gorge. It's not a mackinaw or even a hybrid, but a
straight rainbow. The pictures don't lie? I've never seen a rainbow anywhere
close to that big.

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