A video my good friend Jimmy from Rawr fishing put together from back on Memorial Day weekend with Rob S. and myself. It was Jimmy’s first time trolling out on Round Valley, and boy did we spoil him! Despite the fact we had a rough start to our day and got out super late, we put somewhere around 2 dozen Rainbows in the boat, including three Round Valley Trout Association tagged Trophy Trout!
Monday 22 August, the body of an Ocean County man was found early Monday morning in Round Valley Reservoir, a state environmental official confirmed. The 71 year old man was known to wade and swim in the reservoir. Full Article Here
Monday 22 August, a little while later, officials were actively searching for a missing boater on Spruce Run Reservoir. State Police Marine Divers recovered the body of a 44 year old Randolph NJ man Tuesday morning. The man, who was an avid fisherman and swimmer, apparently drowned while trying to retrieve his boat which had blown off shore about 30 feet. Full Article Here
Condolences to the families of these men. To my readers…be safe out there.
What lures do you throw to bass in the summer months? Why? What about fishing for bass in the Fall, Winter and Spring? This handy infographic shows all different feeding habits and matching lures to use when fishing for bass year-round.
Source: Fix.com Blog
I have seen some terrible fishing lures in my years of fishing. These absurd fishing lures have designs and features cooked up by marketing departments and sometimes just fun-loving fisherman looking to share a laugh. Let’s take a look at some of these ridiculous lures:
by sewerlure.com, this absurd fishing lure looks like a floating turd.
Budweiser Can Crankbait
by Heddon, because beer!?
President Obama Daredevil
by Eppinger, thanks obama!
Floating Duckling Lure
by persuaderamerican.com, absurd because the fish never sees the duck’s head only what’s at and below the water surface.
by Gatta-X, The Japanese make some bizarre fishing lures…this one looks looks like Mothra.
Prawn in cup
by tsubo rig? Another absurd looking Japanese fishing lure. This one mimics a prawn or shrimp hiding in a cup.
by RomanMade, absurd because it costs $435… it’s a soft plastic swimbait made for catching giant largemouth bass.