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Don McDowell and the Shake, Rattle & Troll website provide the outdoorsman the opportunity to get the latest information on fishing , hunting and conservation with emphasis on Don’s efforts in working with the Arizona Fish & Game Department focusing on invasive species such as Mexican Gray Wolves , Feral Hogs , Gizzard Shad along with efforts to monitor and control wildlife populations. Don will show you the pro’s and con’s of wildlife management and periodically spotlight these efforts through guests on his weekly radio show .

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45lb 10oz Yellow Tail

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As of May 27, 2015, new regulations mandate that ALL passengers fishing within 12 miles of Mexico’s coast and their islands must possess a valid passport. This applies to ¾ day and full day Coronado Islands/Baja coastal trips. No other form of ID will be accepted. This does not apply to freelance/offshore trips.

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13th ANNUAL YOUNG ANGLERS´ TOURNAMENT
PLANNED AT SHELTER ISLAND PIER
SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 2015
Anglers 6 - 15 will compete located at 1776 Shelter Island Drive, San Diego, from 8:30 to 12 noon. Prizes awarded at 1:00pm. Registration begins at 7:30am. For more information, please call the San Diego Sport fishing Council at (619) 234-8793.

Pregnant mule deer poached,
twin fawns found dead
Up to $1,000 reward available

Don, Donnie and Patrick aboard the Malihini

Don's granddaughter Mylee tackles Mr. Whiskers!!

Aboard the Malihini, Don lands 40lb Blue Fine on Rod supplied by Rim Country Custom Rods [ watch video ]

Kurt R. Davis assumes role of Game and Fish Commission Chairman

Davis will lead the five-member commission for the 2015-16 fiscal year, which began July 1. Each commissioner serves a five-year term, staggered. Commissioners customarily serve as chairman during their final year. Davis replaces Robert E. Mansell, who will continue to serve on the commission until his successor is appointed by the governor and confirmed by the state Senate.

Webmaster Doug Stricker and family in Canada.  Over 100 Smallmouth averaging 3-4 lbs

Rim Country Fishing Report July 25, 2015
By: James Goughnour


Due to the monsoons, the water level at Roosevelt Lake remained at 43% full this past week.

BASS
: We're in the summer fishing conditions on Roosevelt Lake which means hotter day time temperatures, deeper water fishing and in most instances, smaller bait presentations. A deep water drop-shot technique using a 4" Roboworm or a slow falling 1/4 oz spider jig are the types of baits commonly used during the summer. If these techniques don't sound too inviting to you, you'll need to get to the lake at first or last light. During the first and last hour, reports indicate that bass are chasing shad actively and can be caught on several reaction baits such as crank-baits, jerk-baits, frogs and spinner-baits. An option to fishing at first light or dusk is to get to the lake at 4AM and fishing until 9AM. Safe light is getting a little later each day and now is around 5:15 in the morning. Fishing until 9AM allows you to experience the morning action and still gets you off the water before the temperatures become to overwhelming. In addition, there will be a full moon on July 31 which helps the fishing conditions and perhaps more importantly, helps us humans see a little better during the night.

CRAPPIE
: Crappie fishing reports have been fair recently. Crappie typically are in schools this time of year, always near structure such as a ledge or overhang or near cover. Examples of cover would be brushes, trees, logs or anything not natural to the bottom contour of the lake. A small jig-head suspended in a water depth of 25-35 feet, will get you to prime crappie locations.

TROUT
: Late July and early August are premium times to fish for trout in the Rim lakes and streams. The weather is perfect and the AZGFD summer trout stocking program ensures there is an abundant supply of rainbow trout waiting to be caught. If you haven't visited one of the Rim lakes or streams mark your calendar for a weekend during August. You won't be disappointed.

ROD REPAIR
:Rim Custom Rods here in Payson builds custom fishing rods and can repair any broken rod. In many cases, the rod can be repaired in minutes while you wait. Rim Country Custom Rods can be reached at 468-0263 or at our website www.rimcountrycustomrods.com

SRT Radio for July 26: John Koleszar - Chris Cantrell - Capt Bill Wilkerson - James Goughnour - Tackle Master Rick from H&M
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