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  • Carrie Coon and Kim Dickens deliver 'Gone Girl's' standout characterizations
    'Gone Girl' is Rosamund Pike's A-list intro as Affleck, Coon and Dickens shine
    A severe bout of unemployment exposes Nick Dunne's ordinariness.When his self loathing aims and fires at his trust fund wife, his male priviledge is in for a surprise. Amy Dunne is no trifle. And ultimately, that will be highly inconvenient...
  • Baked pike loaf
    How to make baked pike loaf
    Northern pike are a toothy mainstay of Michigan ice fishers. Whether you prefer to jig, spear or set tip ups with shiners or dead smelt, these predators are present in many Michigan waters. A coldwater fish by nature, pike feed throughout winter...
  • Author landing a nice northern for his father
    Clinton River cut-off channel fishing restriction begins Spring 2014
    The Department of Natural Resources has announced new hook-and-line fishing restrictions for the Clinton River cut-off channel in Macomb County. These changes will go into effect on April 1, 2014, and include special gear restrictions established...
  • big walleye
    What you need for Canadian Pike Fishing North of the Border
    Most anglers plan their trips to the great Canadian north during the summer months but for truly "trophy" walleye, pike and musky, October and November provide the best opportunities. A friend of mine, along for the first time in more...
  • Lake St. Clair musky season opens June 1st, 2013
    Lake St. Clair musky season details and weekly fishing report
    Known as “the fish of 10,000 casts,” muskellunge are large, predatory game fish native to the lakes and streams of Michigan. They are a prized catch for many anglers, and frequently frustrate those who stalk them. Musky will follow...
  • Fishing kicks into high gear with Wayne County Derby, fishing season openers
    Fishing kicks into high gear with Wayne County Derby, fishing season openers
    The Wayne County Fishing Derby takes place this weekend. The fun beginsat 8am on May 18 (Saturday) at the Hines Park - Waterford Bend Area (northwest corner of 6 Mile and Northville Roads) in Northville, Michigan. All children, ages 12 and younger...
  • Multiple Michigan fishing seasons open April 27th
    Multiple Michigan fishing seasons open April 27th
    Opening day of most fishing seasons begins the same way, with 4am alarm clocks, black coffee swilled in the predawn gloom, mercurial weather, leaky waders, and the realization that your bait/lunch/license/beer got left behind on the kitchen...
  • Give a horse a memorable name, not one that is ridiculous
    Give a horse a memorable name, not one that is ridiculous
    Sometimes when you listen to the announcer call a race, the names of the horses are silly or downright ridiculous. The names run from “did I hear that right” to “good grief, who thought of that dumb name” and anywhere in...
  • Try deadsticking this icefishing season
    Try deadsticking this icefishing season
    No matter what your favorite tactics are, you probably jig while icefishing. Irrevocably linked to ice fishing due to the limitations inherent with vertical presentations, jigging is the up-and-down yo-yo action imparted to a bait or lure. Most...
  • Black and blue string leech
    The string leech - a simple, adaptable pattern for most predator species
    The string leech is a simple, versatile and deadly pattern that's easy to tie in a variety of colors and sizes. Adapted from the big MOAL leech and intruder patters of the West Coast, the string leech is tied as an articulated version of the...
  • Firetiger streamer
    The Firetiger streamer - the perfect weapon for bass, pike and musky
    This large-profile streamer was first tied by Captain Steve Kunnath for fishing pike, musky, and smallmouth bass on Lake St. Clair (LSC).Tied toimitate a Yellow Perch, a panfishspecies with its own reputation as king ofthe dinner table (for...
  • Toothy predator opener less than a week away for NY anglers
    Toothy predator opener less than a week away for NY anglers
    It’s been a tough spring for fly anglers. Rainfall in the Southern Tier is well over double the norm for the month: almost 8 and a half inches of the wet stuff fell in April. While this is good for trout, it poses access problems for local...
  • Susquehanna walleye
    Late September warmwater fly fishing report
    All Southern Tier rivers are in great shape for fly fishing. The Tioughnioga, Chenango, Chemung, and the Susquehanna are at low late-summer flows and are gin-clear. Water temps are prime to start the fall feed-up:as of Sunday, 9/19, the...
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