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  1. Spring crappie fishing is prime for excitement

    Spring crappie fishing is prime for excitement

    Spring crappie fishing is prime for excitement
    Long and slender they are not, not when you get a big one. Reel in a crappie at least 10 inches long, and better yet 12 to 15, and you’ve got yourself a football-shaped fish. They put that slab body to work, too, fighting hard, something that makes them especially enjoyable on light tackle. And they taste great on the...
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  2. Tips for finding, catching spring trout

    Tips for finding, catching spring trout

    Tips for finding, catching spring trout
    To the angler, spring commonly means trout, brooks, browns, rainbows and even goldens, widely known as palominos. They’re all great fun to catch. They’re associated so closely with this time of year, of course, because that’s when many state fish agencies stock them into streams and lakes by the tens and even hundreds of thousands. Fishermen and women flock to...
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  3. Variety the spice of life, and of trout fishing, too

    Variety the spice of life, and of trout fishing, too

    Variety the spice of life, and of trout fishing, too
    Rare – like Bigfoot rare -- is the angler who has just one type of lure or one size hook in his tackle box. They probably don’t exist. Variety, that’s what every fisherman or woman wants. So why not with our trout, too? The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission stocks four types of trout each spring. They’re browns, rainbows, brooks...
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