Eric Olliverson of Eric’s Elite Guide Service guides the hosts of Outdoors in the Delta, Doug Jordan and Max Clark on a trip to Table Rock Lake for White Bass Fishing.
Successful fishing pro Jeff “Gussy” Gustafson reveals secrets to breaking in to the fishing business. He offers his thoughts on how to get sponsors, how to be a valuable pro staffer, and goes into the wide variety of elements he pieces together to make a living in the fishing industry. From Foley Belsaw Outdoors. www.foleybelsawoutdoors.com.
Video from a solo fishing trip on June 22, 2012. The Meramec has a checkered reputation, i.e. not enough fish, not enough big fish, tough fish, etc. That suits me just fine. It means that a weekday fishing trip is still almost always enjoyed in complete privacy, and the fishing is usually at least decent… if you know what you’re doing. For free information as well as info on guide trips, replica taxidermy and fly-fishing lessons and classes, visit
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In Part 3 of our Table Rock Series Jeff Kriet gives us some tips on fishing his Big Bite Bait Shaking Squirrel Worm.
June 3-4, 2012 ~ “Family Fun Fishing” Plenty of Walleye and Sauger caught on beautiful Lake of the Woods in Minnesota. Average size for the day was 15 to 29!! So many wonderful fish caught with this awesome group. They were enjoying “sport” fishing as the limits were filled early. Chris Ford on top of his game as usual. It was great to have you book with Ford’s Guide Service and hope to see you again.
~Chris Ford and Staff
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During late May 2012 we floated the Jacks Fork river in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways and fished a little along the way. The Ozark National scenic riverways is part of the national park service and is located in the southern Missouri Ozarks. The fish were all released back into the river unharmed.