What Type Of Fishing Do You Do?

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  • I fish freshwater mostly.

    64 77.11%
  • I fish saltwater mostly.

    10 12.05%
  • I'd say I fish both equal amounts.

    5 6.02%
  • Who said I fish?

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What Type Of Fishing Do You Do?

This is a discussion on What Type Of Fishing Do You Do? within the Fishing forums, part of the Other category; I have pretty much been fishing saltwater lately...snook, redish, trout, tarpon (haven't caught one yet). How about you?...

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    Default What Type Of Fishing Do You Do?

    I have pretty much been fishing saltwater lately...snook, redish, trout, tarpon (haven't caught one yet). How about you?


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    I also fish in saltwater.

    I have never actually fresh water fished? Hmmmm, I might need to try that this fall

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    I mostly fresh water fish due to the fact that I live in michigan. I have gone deep sea fishing off the coast of florida and loved it. I would really love to be able to do more salt water fishing. it just seems that you can have a huge variety of types of fish along with so many sizes. looks like I need to make more friends in florida.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IheartTedNugent View Post
    I also fish in saltwater.

    I have never actually fresh water fished? Hmmmm, I might need to try that this fall
    You've gotta have a pretty long line not to mention an extremely good method of casting to do any salt water fishing from NV. Isn't NV a state or two away from the ocean?

    I remember doing some freshwater fishing at one of the urban fishing areas in Las Vegas the last time I was there. I caught a couple of catfish, a few trout and a duck. Of the three species, the duck gave me the best fight. Game warden had a good laugh watching me haul in the duck on a tiny little Shrek pole that I had purchased for my son.



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    I fish exclusively in freshwater, mostly for bluegill, catfish, and salmon.

    I know that marshmallows work well for catching salmon, but about a couple of years ago, my brother and I also discovered that foam earplugs also work. Does anyone else here use foam earplugs as salmon bait?

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    I started off fly fishing when I was 15 mainly for bluegill and then bass. I took a rod building class and made a 1 weight to fish for bluegill with. I loved it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    I fish exclusively in freshwater, mostly for bluegill, catfish, and salmon.

    I know that marshmallows work well for catching salmon, but about a couple of years ago, my brother and I also discovered that foam earplugs also work. Does anyone else here use foam earplugs as salmon bait?
    ear plugs huh? interesting.. I usually only use them when I am shooting or performing music on stage... even if they do work though, wouldn't the marshmallows be cheaper? maybe just the used earplugs? boy talk about a tasty treat for the fish.
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    Its all about the bass for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmclairday2 View Post
    Its all about the bass for me.
    That's me also. I have a little place on Lake Greenwood plus a small pond at my house that I stocked with Bream and Bass. I don't fish like I use to but still love the water...
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    After I figure out Walleyes I;ll probably work on S M Bass. Don't think I'll ever really figure out Walleye though.

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