Blog Posts - Bluegills



Late Summer Bluegill Strategies

As the dog days of the summer roll by, fishing strategies change. By late July, water temperatures in most places have reached their peak. The days begin to get a little shorter. Fish change their habitats. Knowing how to target late summer bluegills...
by Bluegill Slayer on Aug 27, 2014

3 Bluegill River Fishing Tips

River fishing is almost like an entirely different activity than lake fishing. Elements like water levels, current, changes in structure, and recent weather like heavy rainfall all dramatically affect your ability to catch river fish. Bluegill river...
by Bluegill Slayer on Jun 1, 2014

Locating Spring Bluegills with Fishfinders

Spring is a great time to catch fish for bluegills and other panfish. With temperatures rising and the brutality of a cold winter coming to a close, the light switch turns on and fish change their mindset towards feeding to build energy for spawning.
by Bluegill Slayer on May 21, 2014

Pond Fish For Fish Ponds That Are Cold Or Warm Water Fish

Hybrid Bluegills Hybrid Bluegills are a cross between two of the sunfish family: the blue gill and the green sunfish. Generally males are the predominate offspring, accounting for 90 to 95 percent of the young. They grow rapidly and often reach one a...

Bluegills and Shellcrackers on Beds

My search stats show that a lot of people are looking for information about catching bluegills and shellcrackers (bream fishing) on the bed in spring. It is easy. You only have to do three things: rig up correctly, find a bed, and don't make a lot of...
by Billco's Outdoors on May 15, 2010

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My search stats show that a lot of people are looking for information about catching bluegills and shellcrackers (bream fishing) on the bed in spring. It is easy. You only have to do three things: rig up correctly, find a bed, and don't make a lot of...
by Billco's Outdoors on May 15, 2010

Quick Biting Bream, Hikes - Found Some Nice Indian Artifacts

The day after we got back from Gulf Shores, I found time to take a two hour walk with our border collie. She had pent up energy from being boarded at the kennel for nine days, and I was anxious to find any any artifacts that the recent heavy rains ha...
by Billco's Outdoors on Jun 8, 2009


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