Everybody has a secret spot that keep to themselves. I encourage you to post a picture and see if someone can identify it. Here's mine, I know it will stay a secret !!
Added by Joe Hinton on November 28, 2009 at 5:33pm —
While splitting wood I found these grubs residing in what I believe is Elm.The pieces with the turkey tail mushrooms on the bark were the ones tahat produced the Grubs.Maple wood is also a good Grub producer.…
Added by John Sheehan on November 27, 2009 at 1:02pm —
hey wat up u guys/gals should try magic bait crappie bits
Added by andrew Propfee on November 22, 2009 at 7:50pm —
Would like to see some pictures of some nice ice homes. Will put a few on soon myself but am still getting the fine details worked out.
Added by Jody Robert on November 22, 2009 at 5:31pm —
can you believe its the opening weekend of deer season in WI. and I fished gills the past two days. Taking the radio and poles out this afternoon to listen to the packers and see if I can catch some supper.
Added by Jody Robert on November 22, 2009 at 11:05am —
I'm going to break one of my personal rules today.
Even though this really isn't about bluegill, I'd like to give a big "shout out" to John Sheehan's Christmas guitar instrumental CD. I've been listening to it for hours, and it's absolutely awesome.
I thought it would be appropriate on this forum to mention, because John is an avid member of www.bigbluegill.com
, and this music is custom made for sitting in an ice fishing hut and… Continue
Added by Bruce Condello on November 17, 2009 at 12:28pm —
It was one of my regular Saturdays, which meant that I would have nothing to do so I decided to go fishing.
Once I had all my gear and stuff ready to put in the truck and head out I realized that the air was kind of cold then I thought that maybe this will push the fish deeper than it regularly would but I had no more thought of it, so I put the stuff in the truck and headed out.
Once I got to the lake I saw that there was a lot of fog on the water which to me suggested… Continue
Added by Tobias Jackson Jr. on November 14, 2009 at 3:30pm —
I'm looking forward to the ice fishing season. I've never had a lot of luck in late fall from shore. Can't wait for ice so that I can access some deeper water and some different lakes and ponds. I do not own a boat.
I'd like to get a one man portable shelter...any recommendations? I already have one of the "Ice Cube" shelters that I picked up for $25 end of season clearance a few years back. That works fine for the kids and I when we locate a good spot. But I'd like… Continue
Added by Bill Majewski on November 10, 2009 at 6:44pm —
I fish for bluegills here on Lake Murray,S.C. five years ago there was alot of hydrilla in this lake. my wife and i would catch monster bluegills every trip out. it was incredible. then grass carp were introduced to eradicate it. it,s been gone for years. and i haven't caught a big bluegill in years?? my wife won't even go out anymore, and she loves to fish..this big monster lake is clear water with tons of humps, secondary points and main lake points. where did all the bullgills go?? this lake… Continue
Added by Tony Alexander on November 10, 2009 at 5:33pm —
I have been looking for a place to get info on catching big gills on streams and on reservoirs. The videos have been great I am enjoying your website very much.
wayne in mo
Added by wayne burks on November 8, 2009 at 7:39pm —
I'd like to ask all of you you about Golden floats slip on Bobbers and stoppers.It's my favorite float and can't seem to find them in New Jersey anymore .I have only one and would like to get some more.I did a search on the internet but I am coming up empty.If you know of and have any info on the Goldeneye products inc. Mpls.MN.,I would really appreciate some help.
While we are at it what are your favorite floats and stops?I like using the little rubber Eagle claw red and black stops… Continue
Added by John Sheehan on November 7, 2009 at 2:02pm —
Hey y'all, I just got back from a very brief outing at my favorite local bass pond and I must say that the bluegill fishing was 'on' this evening! Nothin tough, just used the same 1/32 nd oz jighead tipped with a chunk of nightcrawler that we used on the Richmond Mills fish. Only this time I suspended the bait about 2 ft below a small bobber.
The result...21 gills in a bout 35 minutes on the water. Could have kept a dozen eaters, but I just wanted to have fun. Must say that I was… Continue
Added by Jim Gronaw on November 2, 2009 at 4:32pm —