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FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

Dec. 02, 1957
Dec. 02, 1957

Table of Contents
Dec. 2, 1957

From The Flyways
Fisherman's Calendar
Acknowledgments
Scouting Report
  • NAVY 24

    The 1957 Middies are as dangerous as any in Coach Eddie Erdelatz' eight years at Annapolis. An upset by North Carolina and tie by Duke showed that their explosive running-passing can be stopped, but Navy has relaxed since and a bowl hangs on victory

  • ARMY 26

    This year Coach Earl Blaik has assembled his favorite kind of Army team—a big, strong bulldozer that has averaged 405 yards per game. It will go over, through or around you, and only Notre Dame has stopped it. It lacks guile but needs none

Lambs into Lions
Pheasant Flurry
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back
Departments

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

SO—season opens SC—season closes C—clear water D—water dirty, roily N—water normal height SH—slightly high H—high VH—very high M—water muddy L—low R—rising WT50—water 50° FG—fishing good FVG—fishing very good FF—fishing fair FP—fishing poor OG—outlook good OVG—outlook very good OF—outlook fair OP—outlook poor

This is an article from the Dec. 2, 1957 issue Original Layout

MARLIN: HAWAII: FVG at Kona, where last week Dr. Dale Scott of Los Angeles took a 911-pound marlin after a 50-minute fight from Captain Henry Chee's Malia. Dr. Scott's catch is largest ever taken on rod and reel from Kona waters and adds spice to debate about Kona marlin (SI, Sept. 2). No firm ichthyological decision has been handed down on whether giant Kona marlin are blue, black or a subspecies.

PACIFIC SALMON: IDAHO: FG still on Snake River in vicinity of Marsing and Homedale where ponderous fish are playing havoc with light tackle. Egg cluster the bait and large Dardevle the lure of the moment; OG.

CALIFORNIA: SC for ocean trolling south of Tomales Point, but OG in Albion and Navarro rivers as silvers move in. No runs yet in Noyo, Ten Mile and Big Rivers but conditions ideal and fish should arrive any day. Water H and R on south fork of Eel, but OG with count of chinooks and silvers at Benbow Dam ranging from 200 to 600 a day.

OREGON: Streams L and C and FP with no new runs in evidence.

TROUT: IDAHO: Last week Mel Bryant of Spokane, Washington fishing a Lucky Louie plug on surface of Lake Pend Oreille snagged a 32- pound Kamloops trout. Fish was 36 inches long with a girth of 26½ inches and became third largest Lake Pend Oreille Kamloops on record. Top catch is still 37-pound mammoth taken in 1947.

BONEFISH: BAHAMAS: Out Island season opening with FVG. Last week at Sandy Point, Abaco, 56 miles north of Nassau, John H. Motschall of Grosse Pointe, Mich. took five bonefish afternoon he arrived and followed up with 21 more caught in two hours the next morning. Largest fish was 6 pounds 14 ounces. At the Bang Bang Club on Andros Island, J. S. Robbins, Grant Neely and James Underwood all of Latrobe, Pa. report FVG also with a heavy catch of boners to 8¼ pounds. Bahamian OVG.

WEAKFISH: TEXAS: FG at Laguna Madre, Corpus Christi Bay, Aransas Pass boat basin and Fulton Harbor. Four-to 6-pounders active in Arroyo Colorado in Rio Grande Valley and OG.