Lindy Land: Dakota Records

September 1, 2015

It's been a big year in the Dakotas.

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0 Comments | Posted in Trout and Salmon By Scott Faldon

This rig is simple, easy to use and tremendously effective for shallow, fast-moving salmon streams.

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0 Comments | Posted in Trout and Salmon By Lawrence Taylor

Are cooler water temperatures signaling the end of summer patterns?

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0 Comments | Posted in Crappie Panfish Perch Pike Trout and Salmon Walleye By Scott Faldon

River Rockers were the key to catching Lake Superior trout and salmon.

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0 Comments | Posted in Trout and Salmon By Scott Faldon

The Winnebago walleye and king bite is going strong right now.

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0 Comments | Posted in Trout and Salmon By Lawrence Taylor

Now's the time for big brown trout and lakers on the Niagara River. Guide Frank Campbell tells you how to catch them.

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0 Comments | Posted in Trout and Salmon By Lawrence Taylor

Want shoulder-jolting memories that last a lifetime? Try pitching a crankbait for big salmon. Here's how.

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0 Comments | Posted in Trout and Salmon By Lawrence Taylor

Southern-Style Ice Fishing

February 26, 2015

Ice fishing in the South is a bit different than in Lindy Land. 

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0 Comments | Posted in Ice Fishing Trout and Salmon By Scott Faldon

When at the same moment the tips of all four rods on a drift boat snap down and come alive like things possessed, some call it a fire drill. Some call it a clustermug. Others call it a cat’s cradle, the end result when several steelhead attached to fishing line take off in opposite directions. It’s quite spectacular, though hopeless, watching the fish leap high enough and far enough to clear the boat and crisscrossing lines back-and-forth. And it’s not all that uncommon.

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0 Comments | Posted in Trout and Salmon By Lindy

Through a wavering lens of low, clear water, they can see birds flitting through branches laden with snow, ducks swimming overhead, mink and otter skirting the pools. And you. All of those things and more can easily spook a dark, wintering steelhead. Take care. Rainbows run into rivers from the ocean or the Great Lakes in fall, then sit in pools all winter. They get antsy, waiting for warmer weather and longer days to deliver spawning conditions.

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0 Comments | Posted in Trout and Salmon By Lindy

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