Today’s first day of the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour was postponed due to a small craft advisory. The two day tournament will run Saturday and Sunday. Soft winds are predicted for both days, says Captain Juls.
Jerry Hinton, of Tall Timbers campground in Port Clinton and Grove City, capturing a swarm of honeybees. This swarm has approximately 10,000-12,000 female bees along with one queen in the center and a handful of male drone bees.
One important factor when trolling is speed. Some baits are meant to be trolled slow, like a crawler harness. A typical crawler harness is 5 to 6 feet in length with two or sometimes three hooks, colored beads and a plain or painted blade that spins on a clevis.
Competitive walleye anglers will converge on Lake Erie at Port Clinton, as the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour continues their inaugural season on June 14-15. Featuring a pro-am style format, the all-new tournament circuit will include a total of three regular-season events with a year-end championship. The Port Clinton event begins…
I just finished sailing in the Bayview One Design Regatta up in Lake St. Clair hosted by Bayview Yacht Club. It was three tough days of racing in heavy air all three days. It was really intense! My thanks to my crew members who performed very well.
Mike Libben and his father Bob farm 650 acres in Ottawa County. As with many modern farmers, Mike also works at another job, as District Program Administrator of the Ottawa Soil and Water Conservation District (OSWCD). As with most of the county’s farmers, Mike grew up farming. Here, where even…
It’s simple to say, “Let’s go fishing”, but it’s not so simple to catch fish when the weather conditions are constantly changing from day to day. Keeping an eye on the weather is very important when you’re a walleye angler, and making adjustments to your presentation is even more important.