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Summer Fishing Hot Spots

Summer Fishing Hot Spots

North America is loaded with great and diverse summer fishing opportunities, and every region in America has a healthy variety of waters ideal for every angler. Here are some good ones to consider visiting this summer.
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from www.hookandbull... wrote 5 years 2 weeks ago

Reeling in 25 smallmouth per fisherman in a day? Or even more than 25? That's a dream come true. I'll be planning one of next years fly fishing trips to New Hampshire. Fishing Lake Winnipesaukee sounds like an absolute dream come true. See you there!

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from bustsomeducks wrote 5 years 3 weeks ago

Lake Fork holds the top six Large mouth bass in the state of Texas topping out at 18.18 pounds for the state record. Also, 34 out of the top fifty bass caught in Texas have come from Lake Fork. Pretty dang impressive.

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from bustsomeducks wrote 5 years 3 weeks ago

How 'bout largemouth bass at Lake Fork Texas?

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from NCdeerhunter wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

I have had the privilege to fish the Pine Island Sound a few times a year for the last 8 years or so. It really is a piece of old Florida.
For those of you who don't know... Old Florida is anywhere that the tourist business has not taken over. Many high rollers from up north and Canada like to spend their winters down there on the Florida coast. (Who can blame 'em?) The problem is that these people often clash with the Florida natives who resent the presence of these "rich yankees". Unfortunately the money of the tourist industry has taken over in most places, but not in the Charlotte Harbor/ Pine Island Sound area. The people are still down-home hard workin' folks.
So... all of that to say the Pine Island Sound is great as far as the people go.
Now the fishing is even better! the BEST Tarpon fishing in the world is just north in the Boca Grande Pass. The area is famous for Redfish and Speckled Sea Trout. Also the 1000+ pound hammerhead that was caught recently was caught in the Boca Grande Pass.
I'm sure all of these other places are just as awesome. I hope i will get the opportunity to fish some of these other places.

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from Yoda wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

nice to see maine featured

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from jimyoumook wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

apparently catfish walleye and northern pike dont count

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from jimyoumook wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

apparently catfish walleye and northern pike dont count

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from Yoda wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

nice to see maine featured

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from NCdeerhunter wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

I have had the privilege to fish the Pine Island Sound a few times a year for the last 8 years or so. It really is a piece of old Florida.
For those of you who don't know... Old Florida is anywhere that the tourist business has not taken over. Many high rollers from up north and Canada like to spend their winters down there on the Florida coast. (Who can blame 'em?) The problem is that these people often clash with the Florida natives who resent the presence of these "rich yankees". Unfortunately the money of the tourist industry has taken over in most places, but not in the Charlotte Harbor/ Pine Island Sound area. The people are still down-home hard workin' folks.
So... all of that to say the Pine Island Sound is great as far as the people go.
Now the fishing is even better! the BEST Tarpon fishing in the world is just north in the Boca Grande Pass. The area is famous for Redfish and Speckled Sea Trout. Also the 1000+ pound hammerhead that was caught recently was caught in the Boca Grande Pass.
I'm sure all of these other places are just as awesome. I hope i will get the opportunity to fish some of these other places.

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from bustsomeducks wrote 5 years 3 weeks ago

How 'bout largemouth bass at Lake Fork Texas?

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from bustsomeducks wrote 5 years 3 weeks ago

Lake Fork holds the top six Large mouth bass in the state of Texas topping out at 18.18 pounds for the state record. Also, 34 out of the top fifty bass caught in Texas have come from Lake Fork. Pretty dang impressive.

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from www.hookandbull... wrote 5 years 2 weeks ago

Reeling in 25 smallmouth per fisherman in a day? Or even more than 25? That's a dream come true. I'll be planning one of next years fly fishing trips to New Hampshire. Fishing Lake Winnipesaukee sounds like an absolute dream come true. See you there!

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