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Bait Fishing Report Aug 1, 2014

Bait Fishing Report Aug-1, 2014

Starting Friday August-1, the Dept of Fish and Wildlife changes the regulations
on Crowley Lake to artificial lures / Barbless hooks only.   No bait or scents
are allowed through the end of the season.  Also, you are limited to a single
rod, even if you had bought the 2nd rod stamp. The limit on trout also changes
to 2 fish in possession which must be 18 inches in length or greater.



Perch Fishing Report Aug 27, 2014

Perch Fishing Report August 27, 2014

The lead core trollers are still picking up a few perch, but it
has slowed down for them a bit.  You can still get some by pulling
small broken back Rapallas down 2 to 3 colors.  The guys are mostly
fishing the deeper waters of McGee Bay, and over by Chalk Cliffs.



Fly Fishing Report September 17, 2014

Fly Fishing Repor September 17, 2014

 The good fishing just wont stop, and if it is anything like
last year, it will get even better as we move into October.
The North Arm has been producing the most fish this week, but
there are still fish out in McGee Bay if you don't mind searching
around a bit.  Up north, the fish can be found from 8 feet of
water, all the way out to 13 feet.  Look in that 12 to 13 foot
range, just outside of the North Landing for the schools of Cutts
and Browns.  Albino Barons and Copper Tigers have been working all
day in the deep water.  If you decide to go into the 8 to 9 foot
range, switch over to Shaft Emergers and Shafts to get the most
grabs.  The strip bite is also getting better for those of you who
like to tug the streamers.  Hornbergs, Matukas, and Perfection
Perch have all been working.  Over in McGee, the best results came
in from 8 to 12 feet of water on Copper Tigers, Copper Zebras and

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Trolling Report September 4, 2014

Trolling Report September 4, 2014

Missed most of August with an ailing father but back on the water this
week. Best location I have found is in McGee outside the midgers in the
10-14 foot water putting the lures down around 8 feet. I am sure you could
do the same technique up in the North Arm. I do expect the migration
towards the North Arm to begin in earnest anytime soon. Looking back to
previous years reporting, historically the middle of Sept on, most of the
action is up north. Right now there are all three species of trout slamming
lures outside the weed lines with fish going to 22” and plenty of fish over
18”. Tasmanians in various colors were working and I watched another troller
 having a blast with Needlefish. No doubt the smaller Rapalas and Mirashad
minnow type lures will work also. Other techniques to try are the trolling
flies like Arctic Fox and the perchfry imitations.
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