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December 2008 Blog Posts (5)

Today was IceFishing 101

Take a Teacher Fishing!



Today was icefishing 101. My fishing partner for the day was Luke Luginbuhl from Mackinaw. He is a good friend and physics teacher at Washington High School. The high for the day was about 9 degrees, and the only reason I ventured out was because this was the only day of his Christmas vacation that he had available.



So I told Luke not to expect too much as far as action is concerned, but that we would give… Continue

Added by Nate Herman on December 22, 2008 at 10:30pm — 1 Comment

Bluegill are a "Big" Deal

The first fish I ever caught was a sunfish, a smallish big-mouthed creature my dad said was a 'bream' and that I later learned was a green sunfish. I would venture to say the first fish many, many kids catch is a sunfish...and bluegill are the kings of panfish.

As a professional fisheries biologist with 30 years in the pond management business, helping people design, build, stock and manage private fishing lakes and ponds all over the nation, bluegill are head and shoulders above all fish… Continue

Added by Bob Lusk on December 16, 2008 at 7:20pm — 17 Comments

The Forbidden Pond

Last week I ventured back to an old farm pond that I used to fish in the early 80's.......small, about an acre....small feeder creek coming in and a substancial dam to slow the flow.....I used to catch some really nice Gills and big Largemouth there back in the day.

Traveling light...spudbar/bucket/vex/pole/scooper....I finally made my way back to the pond only to find someone fishing it....I approached in a kind manner and asked the very old gentleman if he would mind if I also fished the… Continue

Added by Bill "Musky" Modica on December 13, 2008 at 8:05pm — 12 Comments

The new Big Bluegill logo is unveiled!!!!



Well? What do you think? Does it look like it would make a cool hat or sweatshirt? This was developed by the creator of Big Bluegill, Aaron Matos. He kind of stays behind the scenes, but he's always watching and monitoring us (spooky, isn't it?) so that we stay focused on big bluegill.

Added by Bruce Condello on December 12, 2008 at 4:24pm — 60 Comments

The Ice Cometh!

Located just slightly north of the 42nd paralell, we experience 12-14 weeks of hardwater action every year......and the games are about to begin!



My primary box is armed with an array of Demons, Marmooskas, Hali jigs, Rat finkeys, Moon glo and glitters, Gill pills and an assortment of horizontal jigs that are at the ready.



Members like Eric White, Kyle Sorenson, and Justin Gloede have… Continue

Added by Bill "Musky" Modica on December 4, 2008 at 2:30pm — 10 Comments

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