No one, can be more of a great example, than my wife Laura, she is one of the
rocks Jackfish Lures is built on. And even though she can kick my butt at fishing
some days, well, OK, a lot of days. I love her very much, and without her love of
Author: Gary Carl Love
Add to your library & knowledge of sport-fishing, as you learn how to create simple & effective strategies, for your favorite lakes & rivers. How to make Sand Bag Sinkers, get comfortable Ice Fishing, learn how to apply Palomar knots, and much more. Canadian professional angler Gary Carl Love, along with his company Jackfish Lures, developed a successful fast paced system of fishing. The System was designed to build confidence and skill on the water. Use the system to catch a wide variety of fish species, and enjoy the outdoors with family and friends.
An experienced guide can do this with many fish of twenty or more pounds, but I
can't think of one as capable of giving the full treatment as a jackfish or jack
crevalle. I have had people fight them for an hour or more on light tackle before
Author: Barney Farley
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
Renowned fishing guide Barney Farley worked the Texas coastal waters out of Port Aransas for more than half a century. In these stories and reflections, Farley imparts a lifetime of knowledge about fish_silver trout, sand trout, speckled trout, redfish, ling, catfish, jack, kingfish, you name it_and gives advice about how to fish, where to fish, and when to fish. Perhaps no one could chronicle the changes in sport and commercial fishing along the Central Texas Coast more ably and more passionately than Farley. When he came to Texas in 1910, he reported that he could get in a rowboat and using only a push pole, make his way "to the fishing grounds and catch a hundred pounds or more of trout and redfish" in a few hours. A couple of years later, the shrimp trawlers arrived. As they plied the Gulf in increasing numbers, they depleted the shrimp populations in the bays, and Farley watched the fish move farther and farther offshore, following their ever more elusive food source. From his perspective in the mid1960s, Farley was not satisfied simply to lament the disappearance of onceabundant species. He also strongly voiced his views on the need for conservation. Many of the problems he identified are still with us, and some of the solutions he prescribed have since been adopted. This book is both an appealing reminiscence and a cautionary tale. Anyone who cares about fishing and the health of the Gulf's waters will find an authoritative and completely engaging voice in Barney Farley.
Northern Field and Stream offers hunting and fishing opportunities . Green Lake
holds ... JACKFISH CREEK ( 73F ) Jackfish Creek has its source north of the town
of Glaslyn and flows southwest , then southeast into Jackfish Lake . The creek is ...
Author: Michael Snook
Publisher: University of Regina Press
Fishing Saskatchewan features fishing as a year-round activity, from summer walleye and pike fishing, to fly-fishing in the province's streams, to northern fly-in trips, to ice fishing. Sections dedicated to techniques and tackle provide specific information about how to fish for Saskatchewan fish. Chapters on fish stocking, commercial fishing, competitive fishing, and fisheries management look back over more than a hundred years of angling in the province.
Jackfish spawns in the Pine Creek where there is much tall grass and the burbot
were also seen to arrive at Pine Creek in the spring only . ... The Moose Island
site was noted for winterlong fishing of jackfish , whitefish , moria , and goldeye .
Author: Lea Bill
"This report compiles native traditional knowledge from the Northern River Basins Study area, as obtained through historical research, personal interviews with First Nations individuals, and completion of an extensive survey. After outlining the processes used to gather traditional knowledge and a historical overview of the northern river basins, the report presents community research results organised to reflect the knowledge of each community in the study area. The results are divided according to subject: health, family and community relationships, traditional knowledge, and future expectations and recommendations. Themes covered include land, water, fish and wildlife, illness and fitness, traditional skills and their transmission from one generation to another, and changes that have occurred since arrival of Europeans. The report ends with a synthesis of knowledge relating to the present spiritual, emotional, physical, social, and intellectual environment."--Pub. desc.
On the other hand it seems likely that motivations toward fishing are such that
opportunities to secure available sea ... Traditionally fishing for sturgeon and
jackfish has occupied only a small part of a man ' s busy winter and it is generally
Author: John Joseph Honigmann
Publisher: Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Northern Co-ordination and Research Centre
West coast of James Bay, Ontario.
The pickerel and jackfish seldom go ten miles from shore , so these immense
bodies of whitefish “ live , move and ... the whitefish has been gradually
disappearing for some time , although for a number of years no summer fishing
has been ...
Author: Canada. Parliament
"Report of the Dominion fishery commission on the fisheries of the province of Ontario, 1893", issued as vol. 26, no. 7, supplement.