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Iowa Stateswiowanewssource.com

OUTDOOR NEWS: Iowa DNR Fishing Report

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ fishing report for the week of July 22, 2021 for southwest Iowa:. Greenfield Lake, Adair County, one mile southwest of Greenfield: Greenfield Lake will offer good bass fishing this summer.Catfishing has been good. Black Crappie — Slow: There is a large year class of 7-inch crappies. Sorting is needed for the larger fish. Bluegill — Fair: Troll or drift small jigs to catch 7.5 inch bluegill. Channel Catfish — Fair: Try cut bait or stink bait fished around the jetties. Anglers have the opportunity to catch a trophy-sized channel cat. Largemouth Bass — Good: Greenfield has a good bass population with a high percentage of 14- to 16-inch fish.
TV & Videosflylordsmag.com

Video of the Week: Eric Estrada’s GladesDays

In this week’s Video of the Week, we catch up with Eric Estrada and friends in his newest short film called GladesDays. GladesDays focuses on the unique urban fishery in and around Miami. Whether it be Largemouth Bass, Peacock Bass, Snook, Tarpon, and whatever else you can find in these unique Floridian canals. But the film’s main purpose is on the juvenile tarpon that get caught in these canals. Ranging from 6lbs to 30lbs Eric explores these unique experiences with friends showcasing the epic opportunities. Estrada also gets to interview Mark Rehbein from Bonefish Tarpon Trust who further explains the life cycle of these young tarpons and how the ever-growing cityscape will continue to alter these unique ecosystems. So sit down and enjoy some epic eats, jumps, and the all-out fun fishing that is available in urban areas if you are willing to get off the beaten path.
Georgia StateGriffin Daily News

Challenge your fishing skills with a Georgia Bass Slam

SOCIAL CIRCLE — Catch five different black bass species and you have a Georgia Bass Slam. This program recognizes anglers with the knowledge and skill to catch different species of bass in a variety of habitats across the state, while also stimulating interest in the conservation and management of black bass and their habitats, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division. Georgia’s 10 recognized native black bass species are largemouth, smallmouth, shoal, Suwannee, spotted, redeye, Chattahoochee, Tallapoosa, Altamaha and Bartram’s.
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