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Travel Hacks – DIY – Fishing Tips – Fishing Hacks

Travel Hacks – DIY – Fishing Tips – Fishing Hacks

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Traveler Fishing Hacks – DIY – Fishing Tips
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Top 10 – Fishing Tips, Tricks, Hacks, and Techniques for Beginners

Top 10 – Fishing Tips, Tricks, Hacks, and Techniques for Beginners

Top 10 best fishing tips, tricks, hacks, secrets, and techniques for beginners. Hopefully these tips, tricks, and hacks help!

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Top 5 Pond Fishing Lures! Bass Fishing Tips & Tricks

Top 5 Pond Fishing Lures! Bass Fishing Tips & Tricks

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TRICK to Catch MORE Bass on Plastic Worms – Bass Fishing Tips

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6 Helpful Fishing Tips!

6 Helpful Fishing Tips!

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Colorado Hunter Numbers Dwindle Due to Increasing License Fees

colorado-elkColorado Parks and Wildlife officials are grappling with how to find new revenue streams amid budget cuts and millions of dollars worth of deferred maintenance stacking up at its dams and fisheries just in time for thousands of orange- and camouflage-clad hunters prepare to head to the woods next weekend for the start of big-game rifle season.

During a series of 18 “Funding the Future” meetings across the state this summer, wildlife managers explained the dire situation of a Colorado Wildlife budget that’s been slashed by $40 million since 2009 and yet still faces a budget shortfall of $15 million to $20 million by 2023.

Without a fee increase for in-state hunting and fishing licenses, CPW would lose access to thousands of acres it leases for hunting and fishing and wildlife conservation efforts would be compromised, wildlife managers say. How much of a fee increase Colorado hunters and anglers could see will be up to lawmakers next year, and though Fort Collins sportsmen have been supportive of an increase, they worry a steep hike could price out some hunters and turn off an already tuned-out younger generation that’s not interested in hunting.

“I understand the budgetary needs, but certainly hunter recruitment and retention should be an extremely high priority,” said Steve Hilde of Loveland, who is worried the sporting traditions passed down from generations may be in danger as fewer younger people take up hunting and fishing.

The number of licensed hunters in Colorado (281,201) last year was 23 percent fewer than the 1998 high of 362,927.

MORE READING: Colorado License Fees Could Increase 100%

Compounding the issue, Colorado’s hunting base is aging — average age of 55, according to CPW — with fewer younger hunters waiting in the wings. The National Shooting Sports Foundation says for every 100 Colorado hunters today, only 70 are expected to take their place in the next generation.

“We need to do a better job in general of getting kids outside and keep them away from the Xbox and sitting on their iPads all day,” said Hilde, who is a member of the three-person CPW sportsmen’s round table representing Northeast Colorado.

Joining him on the round table is 26-year-old Ryan Urie of Windsor who said hunting’s biggest obstacle to attracting a younger audience is overcoming a culture that views hunting as an archaic, violent form of recreation.

“It’s got to come with some kind of societal acceptance,” said Urie, a Colorado State University graduate. “It’s socially acceptable to sit on the couch all night drinking Mountain Dew and shooting each other up playing ‘Call of Duty,’ but it isn’t socially acceptable to get up at 4 in the morning to hike in the woods to match wits with an animal and put food on the table. I’m not 100 percent sure how to change that.”

Raising license prices just adds another barrier to attracting youngsters to hunting and fishing, said Urie, who supports an incremental fee increase, but not immediately tying license fees to the consumer price index, which would raise the elk tag price to $88 — nearly doubling today’s $49 price for Colorado residents.

Sixty-six percent of the wildlife agency’s revenue is fueled by those license sales, with out-of-state hunters doing the heavy lifting. The agency sold 67,800 elk permits to out-of-state hunters in the 2015 fiscal year, collecting $37.3 million. Colorado residents purchased 156,000 elk licenses, generating $6.4 million in revenue.

Colorado Hunting License Fees
ELK, COW $49 $469
Elk, Bull $49 $629
Deer $34 $379
Moose $254 $2,084
Pronghorn $34 $379
Bear $44 $354
SOURCE: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services

Hunters’ licenses and fees — including a required $10 Habitat Stamp — help the agency manage the state’s elks and deer populations. The animals, without an abundance of natural predators such as wolves or bears, become too abundant and susceptible to ailments such as chronic wasting disease, said CPW Wildlife Manager Ty Petersburg.

What frustrates many sportsmen about a potential hike in license fees is the fear they’ll have to shoulder an even greater load in funding Colorado’s wildlife management efforts, while other recreators, such as bird watchers and wildlife photographers, enjoy the animals without pitching in a nickel for a Habitat Stamp.

“That just rubs me wrong,” said Bill Tourte, who moved to Wellington from California five years ago.

Petersburg, at the “Funding the Future” meeting in Fort Collins in August, said enforcing new fees and passes for other recreators such as hikers and mountain bikers could prove too tough of a logistical task for CPW and Forest Service staff, however, the agency is taking any and all ideas. He and other wildlife officials will present a summary of the public feedback to CPW’s agency board in November.

Hilde urged sportsmen to keep the comments coming and continue the discussion before Colorado’s hunting and fishing access is taken away.

“We need to, as a community, get off our butts and figure out how we can participate,” he said.

Hunting’s decline in popularity 

Licensed hunters in Colorado 

2005: 309,801

2006: 318,971

2007: 312,151

2008: 306,179

2009: 306,179

2010: 294,186

2011: 294,186

2012: 288,086

2013: 286,363

2014: 280,302

2015: 281,201

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Ex-Colorado Fishing Guide, Encourages You To Visit Alaska

big-silver-with-jasons-guide-serviceEx-Colorado Fishing Guide, Jason Lesmeister, encourages folk to head north and try their luck at Alaska fishing. 

We were able to find this recent press release about Jason’s company:

COOPER LANDING, AK / Many consider the Kenai River in Alaska the “Gold Standard” for fly-fishing for rainbow trout and for sockeye and silver salmon. The 2016 salmon season opens in July, and Jason’s Guide Service is now taking early reservations. Owner and Guide, Jason Lesmeister, has over twenty years’ experience guiding Alaskan fishing trips and has spent more than ten years as a Kenai River fishing guide. Jason’s Guide Service can provide all the gear needed to catch some of the hardest-fighting and most delicious fish in Alaska. While many fish make the run up the river to spawn, it requires the skill of a knowledgeable guide to find the perfect spot to catch them and to teach the correct techniques for success.

The Kenai River flows through 82 miles of South Central Alaska, starting at Kenai Lake and running through the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge and Skilak Lake into Cook Inlet and the Pacific Ocean near the towns of Sodoltna and Kenai. The Kenai River has a well-established reputation among world-class fishermen for rainbow trout, sockeye salmon, silver salmon, Dolly Varden char and more.

Fishermen love to fish for Kenai River rainbow trout because they bite readily and put up an aggressive fight. They are known for their massive size and plentiful numbers. Red (sockeye) salmon, silver (coho) salmon and other species of salmon migrate up the Kenai River at certain periods during the season. Check current information with sources such as Jason’s Guide Service. Ice fishing on the frozen lakes of the Kenai Peninsula for rainbow trout, lake trout, and Dolly Varden is growing more popular each year, and there are not many serious fishing guides who work ice fishing. Jason’s Guide Service will provide everything needed for “hard water” fishing.

To Book your Guided Kenai River Fishing Trip, call Jason Lesmeister at (907) 351-3036.

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Paul Klee: U.S. fly-fishing team in Colorado looking for first world championship

fly-fishing-in-coloradoBeneath the steep, red walls of this mountainous valley, Norman Maktima drifts his dry-dropper rig through a deep riffle in an undisclosed section of the Eagle River.

(I would tell you where it is, but then I would have to hide you.)

This slice of public water has been hit hard in recent days – “Hammered,” Maktima says – and the five anglers from the U.S. national fly-fishing team are prepared for a challenging afternoon. Team USA (yes, that’s a thing) is in an intense, all-hands-on-deck practice session (yes, also a thing) for the biggest event on the competitive fly-fishing calendar.

This week in Eagle County is their Olympics. The 36th FIPS-Mouche World Fly Fishing Championships welcomes the best of the best in competitive fly-fishing: More than 200 anglers from 25 nations, spread out over beats on the Eagle, Colorado and Blue rivers and nearby stillwaters. They hold team meetings over fly-tying vises. They compare notes (“If one guy moved fish on streamers, he’ll tell us between sessions,” says Josh Graffam, a Lafayette resident and member of Team USA). They seek rainbows (the trout) and gold (the medal).

Once an also-ran, Team USA now is an international force on the circuit. The U.S. finished second last year in the World Championships. In 2015, to prepare for Bosnia’s spring creeks, U.S. team members fished the spring creeks of Pennsylvania. Now the competition is on their home waters – only the second time the Worlds have been hosted in the U.S., and big thanks to organizers John and Jodi Knight for bringing it home – and the Americans are among the favorites. The competition runs through Friday with the medal ceremony Saturday.

“What was that (fish) on, Norman?” Graffam asks his practice partner, Maktima, from across the clear, low flows of the Eagle.

“The dropper. Nothing on top yet,” Maktima says as he releases a healthy rainbow.

Until Tuesday evening, I considered myself an educated angler, someone who believes a day on the water to be a necessary ingredient in life and more than a hobby.

Truth is, I knew nothing – not about competitive fly-fishing, anyway. Theirs is an entire subculture of the sport, complete with a unique set of rules, fierce national pride and world-class anglers who could catch fish in a bathtub that isn’t stocked.

Watching these guys work a stretch of river was both humbling and enlightening.

Whipping a 10-foot, 3-weight Sage rod through a breeze – stiff enough the river’s current appeared to be moving upstream – Graffam spots a rainbow in skinny water. One cast later, the 14-inch trout is in his net and quickly released, without the angler handling the fish. Competitive anglers are penalized for killing a trout.

Take a seasoned guide from a nearby shop, or a local angler who knows the water, and he or she probably would find similar results. But it’s the rulebook associated with FIPS-Mouche events that separates competitive fly-fishers from folks such as me.

Their version of the sport is unlike any I’ve seen. Participants are prohibited from using split shot, relying instead on weighted flies, and strike indicators are a no-no. The points system is based on numbers of fish caught and released, as well as size.

Competitive fly-fishing is akin to a scratch golfer who plays Augusta National with only a 7-iron; a pool shark who plays blindfolded; a tennis star who employs only his or her backhand.

“For me, competitive fly-fishing took fly-fishing to another level,” says Graffam, the only Colorado resident on the U.S. national team. “It’s a different type of challenge. It makes you appreciate detail, to see things you wouldn’t normally pay attention to. Later (in a competition week), the fishing can be really tough. The water has been hit hard by some of the best in the world. That’s when the challenge really sets in.”

Spain is the reigning world champion. France and England are usually challengers, and Italy often is in the mix. It wasn’t until the past decade that the U.S. graduated to international contender, though the Americans still are searching for their first gold. Last year’s silver was the top finish for the U.S. at the World Championships.

OK, somebody had to ask: Is there trash talk in competitive fly-fishing?

“There are certain teams that you want to beat more than others,” Graffam says with a laugh.

That’s where the Czechs come in. In the fascinating world of competitive fly-fishing, the Czech Republic is the New England Patriots, New York Yankees and Detroit Red Wings all rolled into a Simms chest pack. Who knew? The Czechs have won six of the past 10 World Championships and, over that same period, failed to medal only twice.

“Competitive fly-fishing is ingrained in their fly-fishing culture,” Graffam says.

But the Americans won’t go quietly into the streambed. Graffam won the national championship held in Basalt. Lance Egan, a Utah resident, owns national titles from Oregon to New York. Devin Olsen won bronze at the 2015 World Championships.

Maktima, who guides out of High Desert Anglers in Santa Fe, N.M., is a former world junior champion. As a typical Colorado thunderstorm rolls over the red canyon walls and into the valley, threatening to blow the anglers off the water, Maktima persuades another rainbow trout to take a tiny midge pattern tied below a dry fly.

“Strong team,” Graffam says.

Fish on.

Klee is the Denver sports (and sometimes

outdoors) columnist for The Gazette.

Reach him via email (paul.klee@gazette.com)

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Dove hunting season off to a good start in Colorado

Doves. Photo provided by Kirk W. Davidson

Doves. Photo provided by Kirk W. Davidson

Dove hunting in Colorado opened Thursday, the traditional opener serving as a tuneup of sorts for the duck, goose, pheasant and quail seasons to come.

Opening day found our group of seven tuning up in the Arkansas Valley near my hometown of La Junta. This beautiful southeast part of our colorful state is a diverse area containing vast open plains dotted with farmlands. In the western sector it breaks into historic canyons carved from the creeks and rivers over centuries of erosion. Portions of southeast Colorado would be a semi-arid, desert area would it not be for the Arkansas River flowing directly east from Pueblo and providing an oasis of croplands.

It was near Rocky Ford where we pursued doves.

Southeast Colorado commonly holds temperatures 10 to 15 degrees above the northern Front Range, and when it comes to doves, a bird that packs bags early once temperatures cools, it’s an area that holds more doves for a longer time than the northeast part of our state.

Opening day found an uncommon cool morning with moderate humidity and fog. The birds initially were slow to fly and bunched-up in area cottonwood trees, deadfall and along utility lines. As the temperature climbed and the fog lifted, doves started flying. Several of our group had their 15 bird limit by midmorning along with additional Eurasian, or collared doves, which has no limit and does not count against a hunter’s bag limit. The total count was 87 mourning doves by midmorning and 62 Eurasians.

For dove hunting in southeast Colorado, I’d recommend several of the state wildlife areas especially those near Rocky Ford, Las Animas and Lamar. Access to private lands can be found with prior coordination and permission. I’d also recommend that hunters headed to the southeast part of the state bring plenty of mosquito repellent, as counties in that area have the highest reported incidents of West Nile in our state. For hunters bringing dogs, be cautious of rattlesnakes as they can be quite prevalent.

There was good hunting to be found elsewhere, too, during the opening weekend. Colorado Parks and Wildlife District Wildlife Manager Mason Allen, from the Sterling area, checked numerous hunters who had good numbers of bagged birds with several having reached their limit. Allen recommended any areas which contain the big three for doves: water, canopy (i.e. trees) and sunflowers.

“The majority of successful hunters I checked on our state walk-in and wildlife management areas found the best shooting from sunrise to midmorning and those who stayed in the field through the morning came out with good bag numbers, even some limits,” he said. “This year’s bird numbers are about par compared with past seasons, and I’d recommend hunters try walk-in areas south of Yuma and Wray to just south of Brush.”

The Colorado Wildlife & Parks website at http://cpw.state.co.us/ containing a plethora of good information dedicated to dove hunting. It’s well worth checking out in advance of your hunt.

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