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A Ferris Dog Hot dog with Everything from Ferris' Lunch, 218 Barney Street, Wilkes-Barre. It's only about a 20 yard walk to do your own Ferris vs. Abe taste test.
NICE ONE! Bill Clinton admiring his catch.
ABE DOG A hot dog with Everything from Abe's Hot Dogs, 210 Barney Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA.
HISTORY BOOK FISHING PICTURES Here is another fishing picture out of the history books.
IKE AND RICHARD NIXON Here is Richard Nixon receiving a few pointers with regard to trout fishing from Dwight D. Eisenhower.
FDR & Churchill Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill with a line in the water, circa 1943.
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BEE-BARB OUTFITTERS FOR REELS Check out our selection of reels priced right, right here at Bee-Barb Outfitters. Selections from Lew’s, Shimano, Okuma, Tica and more.
FISHIN' DOWN DA SHORE:
Heading to the shore for vacation? A beach vacation with the family, such as to the NJ, DE or MD beaches, does not mean you have to give up fishing while you are away just because you may have never fished the surf or saltwater. If you are concerned with not having time to fish because you’ll be busy doing other things on your trip, get up with the roosters and find the time. Better yet, get your family members out fishing with you. With a minimal investment, get a surf rod (10 ft. will do), reel, some sinkers, hooks, a couple of Hopkins lures and you’re about good to go. Get a tide chart and try fishing when the tide is moving. Bait can be as simple as squid strips or bunker chunks, so pick up a little bait knife too. A 5 gallon bucket is the best thing for a tackle box, plus get a PVC rod holder or make one from a piece of scrap pipe. Once you start surf fishing, you’ll be hooked for life. What’s exciting about surf/beach/ocean fishing is the fact that there is stuff out there that has teeth, and stuff that’s bigger than you are, and you stand a pretty good chance of hooking up with something like that—plus flounder, stripers, croakers and sea trout are also fun. Give it a whirl and good luck this summer!
Garden State Largemouth: Nice bass caught by our Technical Advisor on 6/29/13 on a Kelly's Reveille Jr. plastic bait while fishing a Warren County farm pond.
USVI BARRACUDA: ‘Cuda caught by J. Pluta on 5/26/15 using a lipless crankbait on an outing with Mike Hushek, St. Croix Inshore Fishing Charters. Nice fight on relatively light spinning tackle. Give Capt. Mike a call at 340-514-6078 if you are interested in doing some fishin’ down in the islands.
NICE SMALLY!: Hunter George with a 22” Pennsylvania smallmouth bass, caught from Sherman’s Creek late spring 2014 using a black/white Rebel crawdad.
Susquehanna Musky: Chris Farr with a nice musky caught on a Rebel crawdad.
UPSTATE NY PERCH: Some nice yellow perch Jim Boshek caught ice fishing the 1/17 weekend. Some good eatin' there!
EVERETT DAY AND FRIENDS: Everett Day and company posing with a nice catch of drum, etc. Rockport, Texas, 7/27/12.
8-POINT BUCK: Zach Javore with a nice Texas buck shot on 12/28/14 at 120 yards with a .22-250.
SUSQUEHANNA SMALLMOUTH: 16 inch smallmouth bass caught on a nightcrawler by Zombo on 8/11/12. North Front Street, Harrisburg.
PA POND CATFISH: Our Technical Advisor, Zombo, with a 29 inch channel cat that was caught using 4 LB test line and a shiner, while bank fishing a Harrisburg area orchard’s irrigation pond. Circa 1992. It took 2 hours to land the fish, carefully letting it run and walking and/or running it up and down the shoreline. After taking it home for a few photos, the fish was later returned to the pond in a cooler full of water and released.