Lake-Link Angler's Library
The Angler's Library is collection of educational information for the angler. From tips to educational articles to weather, the Library will help keep you on top of your game or prepare you for your next trip.
Invasive Aquatic Species
As Americans, we love to spend time on the water. Protecting these resources is an important part of our overall enjoyment.
Get to know your fish! Learn about the habits and identification of many freshwater fish.
LAKE TROUT (Salvelinus Namaycush)
The lake trout is one of the largest members of the Salmonidae family, which encompasses salmon, trout, charr, and whitefish. This fish is not actually a "trout" but a charr, and thus a close relative of the brook trout and the arctic charr. It probably should be known as "lake charr," but the whole (more
Although it can't be thoroughly explained by science, the phase of the moon does have an effect on the habbits of animals. Use
Moon phases and fishing solunar tables as another tool in your fishing arsenal to help you be more successful on the water.
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Avid anglers know that a propery tied knot can be the difference between that trophy fish and and staring at your fishing line with nothing at the end.Click here to learn them.
Here you will find some great advice by the pros to help make your time on the water more productive and educate you so you can get the best angling products for your money.
popularity has been growing steadily over the decades. If you are new to ice fishing
or a seasoned pro, you will find some great information here to get you started or help increase your success on the ice.
The mark has been set. Find out what your catch has to beat in order to get into the record books.
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