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Over the past few years, braided lines with a fluorocarbon leader have become a go-to set-up for anglers fishing spinning gear. It's a combination that works exceptionally well and generally; the only question is which connection knot to use. But, some anglers still prefer to use straight fluorocarbon, whether for lure performance or convenience.

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The Michigan DNR worked hard this fall and winter to gather the eggs necessary for the continued production of hatchery fish that support Michigan’s world-class fisheries.

Chinook salmon eggs were collected Sept. 30 through Oct. 7 at the Little Manistee River Weir, and coho salmon eggs were collected Oct. 17 through Nov. 2 at the Platte River State Fish Hatchery Weir. 

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New Tackle for 2022

In 1964, a small-town angler with a creative spirit began building a revolutionary new lure out of his garage in Memphis, Tenn.  He used handmade skirts and safety pins to fashion what he called the “New Original Strike King Bass Lure,” with a single, spinning blade.  The old catalog pictures of this wire-framed piece of fishing history are reminiscent of a lure that is in virtually every tackle box in the country today.  But 55 years ago, it was not called a spinnerbait.  It was simply called the Strike King.

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Wes Logan: Making Choices: Chatterbait or Lipless Crankbait?
Wes Logan: Making Choices: Chatterbait or Lipless Crankbait?

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