Posts Tagged ‘Trout’

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Cisco numbers to get boost in Lake Huron

A Canadian/US joint initiative hopes to restore Lake Huron’s cisco population in Lake Huron, diversifying food sources for fish predators.

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Lake trout, smallmouth share space in winter: study

New research tracking tagged fish has confirmed that lake trout and smallmouth bass co-exist during portions of the winter.

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Studies on fish recovery

The repercussions of angler-caught fish recovery and survival are becoming clearer thanks to recent efforts at two Canadian Universities.

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Dissecting the steelhead

What makes steelhead such magnificent adversaries? The best way to find out just might be to take a closer look at how they’re built.

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In praise of hip waders

To some anglers, hip waders are the ugly stepsister of chest waders, but to me, they’re the workhorses of the family.

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Tips for catching more rainbows

Steelhead fishing is a great teacher. Good observation and an open mind will help you fill your bag of tricks along the journey.

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Pan-seared trout with garden-tomato bruschetta

This bright and healthy dish is best served on a patio with a pint glass of shandy. If you grow tomatoes and basil, making a big batch of bruschetta is a great way to use the bounty your garden is producing. Or, just pick up some bruschetta at the grocery store.

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DIY trout fishing hack: cured eggs

Making your own gear has it rewards, especially when a fresh chrome trout yanks it down. Check out these step-by-step instructions for DIY cured eggs that will be sure to put a trout on your line.

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Tasty brook trout burgers

These tasty burgers are a great way to cook some of your fresh speckles. If OOD Senior Editor and brook trout aficionado, Gord Ellis, asks, it’s salmon. 


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