It’s that time again. The time to award, reward or mental-ward – whatever you want to call it – those folks in the Pacific Northwest who grind out cash year after year by catching and killing northern pikeminnows, formerly called squawfish. As we’ve said here before, Bonneville Power Administration (our tax $ at work!) provides [...]
We all know the “red in the spring” thing re: baits, though living here in the Northeast I don’t think it’s that big a deal. But red in the fall? Ran across this about Oregon’s Hyatt Lake: “Largemouth bass fishing is excellent for those wind-drifting worms or casting and retrieving any red spinner or spoon.” [...]
How do you write the possessive form of Cabela’s – Cabela’s’? Cabelas’? Anyhow, this just in: Cabela’s and the Outdoor Channel launched the “Wanna’ Go Fishing for Millions?” promotion yesterday. It runs through July 14. All you have to do is register, then fish the below list of waters
Here’s a quiz for ya: How many non-pro, non-tournament organizations paid out $1.2 million in just over 5 months this year for landing rod-caught fish? None? Nope. The Bonneville Power Administration (BPA). Back in the early days of BassParade – a couple months ago… – we ran a piece about Nikolay Zaremskiy of Gresham, OR, a [...]
Who needs tournaments when you’ve got northern pikeminnows? The lovely state of Oregon – lovely, yes, but its state G&F department considers black bass a nuisance fish – provides a lucrative bounty on northern pikeminnows, the fish formerly known as northern squawfish, name changed because using the word “squaw” was politically incorrect – seriously.