By djkimmel on Aug 11, 2011 | In Fish Stories
Poor cameraguy hadn't been out in a boat all year so I figured I better get him out fishing. We traveled just a few miles from my house to Lansing's upper pool of the Grand River. This was the morning of August 4th, a Thursday. It wasn't supposed to rain but we had sprinkles trying to dampen our spirits.
Been wanting a new and better video service for some time. I like watching videos sometimes, especially fishing videos. Nice for us frozen Northerners this time of year. Many of these videos are now very well done and educational! I think I may have found a great option to make it easy and convenient for you, and hope you'll check it out and agree at www.greatlakesbass.tv or www.greatlakesbass.com/vid/.
By djkimmel on Dec 8, 2010 | In News
After finally getting the MDNRE back as one department again, new incoming governor Snyder plans to go the expense, time, effort and chaos to split the MDNRE again into the MDNR and DEQ.
By djkimmel on Nov 16, 2010 | In Fish Stories
Somewhat tongue in cheek, but Lake St. Clair bass tournament weight record holder Scott Dobson isn't laughing after not one, but two large Lake St. Clair muskies attacked his brand new Minn Kota trolling motor head two days in a row while he was out enjoying some late fall smallmouth bass fishing! In all my years fishing out there, I've had one big one do this once, but two days in a row!?! That is something. Check out the pictures of the damage on the forum.
By djkimmel on Oct 28, 2010 | In Fish Stories
What would you say to a chance to fish Lake St. Clair with someone who has over 80 years of fishing experience on the lake? How about if the angler inviting you along is an international legend and member of the National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame? I said yes, of course, when Bob Brunner, the legendary guide of Lake St. Clair said, Dan, lets go fishing.
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From Aol News
Paul Yeager, Contributor
(Oct. 24) -- Jokes about inaccurate weather forecasts are as popular as jokes about doughnut shops and the police, but advances in satellite data and computers have dramatically improved climate science in the past 50 years.
And there will soon be a brand new supercomputer available to government scientists aimed at improving forecasts, whether just a few hours out or decades into the future. Read entire article on Aol News
My question is, do you think the weather reports have gotten any better? Maybe think about it now while you're at your computer, but really give it some thought next time you're out on the lake and the weather has thrown you yet another curve...
GreatLakesBass.com has an important goal to provide you meaningful and helpful information so you enjoy your time outdoors to the fullest. In line with our goals, a new page has been created so you can easily find Great Lakes marine weather and related information for your target fishing or boating location.
Just go to greatlakesbass.com/weather to find many key links to National Weather Service marine weather forecasts, reports from weather buoys and stations around the Great Lakes, and weather resources and information from additional sources including The Weather Channel and Environment Canada.