Memorable fishing trips often begin with a calendar, map and targeted species. Game & Fish editors and writers have done you a good solid with our 2018 Fishing Calendars, which outlines 5-star fishing hot spots in your region. Whether it’s bass, walleye, trout, crappie, muskie, or saltwater species (and many others), we pinpoint when and where the fish bite best all across the West this year.
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<h2><div align="center"><a href="http://www.gameandfishmag.com/?p= 93837">New England Fishing Calendar</a></div></h2>JANUARY - BROOK TROUT: MOOSEHEAD LAKE - Maine’s sprawling Moosehead Lake has been the premier destination for winter brook trout anglers for well over 100 years, and the fishing remains some of the best in the Northeast. While 10-pound-plus brook trout are a thing of the past, modern anglers who are persistent should boat a 5-pounder occasionally. Most of Moosehead’s brook trout average 2 or 3 pounds but there are much bigger fish. Big brookies may be found anywhere on the lake but it’s a good idea to join the crowds. Conversations with local experts should reveal a good depth and bait or lure to start the day. Other Options: In Vermont anglers go after Seymour Lake’s lake trout by fishing live or dead suckers directly on the bottom and checking baits frequently for subtle hits. In Connecticut, Mona’s Pond has been a prolific producer of.....Click Headline To Read Full Article