Do you love big bluegill?
Started May 13, 2016
Started this discussion. Last reply by John Sheehan Feb 5, 2016.
Started this discussion. Last reply by John Sheehan Dec 30, 2014.
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Posted on November 10, 2017 at 9:30am
SQUIRREL TAIL JIGS
I have been fishing simple Squirrel Tail Jigs since November 2009 and although I haven't counted the number of fish they have caught ,let's just say scores of fish !August 2017 I fished them consistently and reawakened the realization of how well these little guys attract many species of Fish. Examples of a large variety of species have been caught on 1/8th ,16th and 32nd oz. Jigs .I tie them up usually with Black…Continue
Posted on September 3, 2017 at 8:00am — 1 Comment
Hi BBG friends . Here's what is going on at my Community Lake I fish often . Would like to hear views on this procedure . PROS /CONS? I am trying to get educated on the matter .Any help would be appreciated ! Below is the Cupsaw Lake bulletin regarding Algae treatment. Thanks ,John
The lake will be treated today this morning with copper and Pond Shade Aqua Blue. The treatment will begin in the deep area,…
Posted on August 2, 2017 at 6:30am — 4 Comments
X 1)Catch fish every month of the year and archive with photos and calendars.
Bluegill ,Yellow Perch, Crappie and Largemouth Bass are achieved.
2)Catch Pickerel in December( x achieved Dec. 2014 Shepherds lake) , February and (March)* acheived March31 2016, 17" Pickerel still need February to complete the Pickerel calendar.
3) Catch First …Continue
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Posted on July 7, 2014 at 2:00pm — 2 Comments
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John, Thanks so much for the helpful info that you passed along to me....I appreciate your help. BBG...best folks/site out there!!!!
Here and there John.I think they are getting scarce due to inter breeding with other species,They still are pretty common on a lake i visit every spring 170 miles south.They are usually very deep and dont get very big but are stunning to look at.
Hey John I'm still working on my response to an earlier question you had on deep water techniques......thanks for your patience........
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