Okay, I have to admit…it doesn’t get much more fun than tossing bass poppers for silver salmon on the surface!
This underwater video I shot in Alaska will blow your mind…watch how you can get “slack line bites” from salmon and not even know it!
I took a bunch of topwater bass plugs to Alaska this summer and the coho loved ’em!
And if you’re into topwater, check out the BEST TOPWATER BITE EVER
The colony of double-crested cormorants on East Sand Island near the mouth of the Columbia consumes about 11 million juvenile salmon per year and the Feds have had enough.
Because of the carnage inflicted by the birds, Federal officials are proposing to kill half the large colony of cormorants that nest there. On the island, the cormorant population has increased from 100 breeding pairs in 1989 to about 15,000 breeding pairs today — which makes it the largest cormorant colony in western North America, representing over 40 percent of the region’s cormorant population.
Read the entire story at the Statesman Journal