This latest snow not only shut down many Twin Ports streets and schools, but also many areas of ice fishing.
Jarrid Houston | December 4, 2019
It is good to check in with bait shops, resorts and/or fishing guides, and always check your own ice.
Jarrid Houston | November 27, 2019
The bigger-bodied and deeper waters that are susceptible to wind should not be flirted with at this time. The local areas that have locked-up ice are the smaller shallower lakes.
Jarrid Houston | November 21, 2019
As more anglers gear up to find ice, it's a good time to share safe practices for winter angling.
Jarrid Houston | November 18, 2019
I forecast we will have safe walkable ice in the next few weeks, way ahead of Thanksgiving.
Jarrid Houston | November 7, 2019
I truly believe we will be ice fishing by Thanksgiving this year, if not earlier. Until then, we still do have some open water fishing to get done.
Jarrid Houston | October 30, 2019
Even the pleasant "fishable" days are tough going with the mix of reoccurring rain storms. Area waters are definitely on somewhat of an unusual routine.
Jarrid Houston | October 23, 2019
Fish are starting to put on somewhat of a feed bag - especially the predator fish that roam our lakes.
Jarrid Houston | October 18, 2019
The start of October has no doubt been a frustrating one with roller coaster weather patterns.
Jarrid Houston | October 9, 2019
With the recent weather this last week, we again have had a big slow-down on fish outing success.
Jarrid Houston | October 2, 2019
With the upcoming forecast, we will continue to see more lakes start to turnover in full totality.
Jarrid Houston | September 25, 2019
On the positive side and in case you haven't noticed, we are starting to see the vibrant colors of Autumn show up on the tree canopy tops of shorelines.
Jarrid Houston | September 18, 2019
Bite has been mostly a "hit n miss," but some anglers are into some nice fishing patterns. The cooler mornings and shortened daytimes definitely have given way to a sense of fall.
Jarrid Houston | September 11, 2019
For the next few months most people will be busy hunting and watching football during the weekends. Needless to say, the waters will have plenty of room to venture around.
Jarrid Houston | September 4, 2019
Summer recreation on area lakes is wrapping up, but not the fishing season!
Jarrid Houston | August 29, 2019
Hard to believe September is almost here, but fall fishing can certainly be some of the best fishing of the year.
Jarrid Houston | August 21, 2019
As we climb further toward September, more changes will certainly happen and fishing is only going to get better.
| August 14, 2019
I am a firm believer that when the water settles down from noise pollution, fish start to get the green-light to eat.
Jarrid Houston | August 8, 2019
Fish are always biting somewhere, somehow - It is just a matter of being innovative and finding new ways to catch them.
Jarrid Houston | July 31, 2019
Consistent weather has brought on a consistent bite for anglers.
Jarrid Houston | July 26, 2019
Summer temperatures continue to spike water temperatures.
Jarrid Houston | July 17, 2019
You’re not going to catch anything if you don't get out.
Jarrid Houstan | July 5, 2019
Mid-day, especially on the weekend, will host many recreational boaters, so the waters will be noisy. During the calm and silent parts of the day, fishing will be great.
Jarrid Houston | June 26, 2019
Daylight hours are the longest of the year and temperatures will rise. For anglers, this means patterns are going to be changing.
Jarrid Houston | June 19, 2019