RTFI Fishing Site ~ The RTFI Website was designed to explore numerous aspects of fishing and fun, and thus
we have lots of fishing, and lots of fishing humor all wrapped up in one neat little package inside. As with any good fishing
site, the RTFI website offers insight and wisdom into the ways of fishing around the Turtle Lake, ND area, a few fish photos,
the RTFI fish cook book, and numerous links to other fishing websites, and lakeside communities in ND. Unlike most fishing sites
however... since we're here to have fun, there's going to be much fishing humor as well. Should you by chance be looking to have
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Welcome to our new Outdoors News from
Abroad section, we're broadening our horizons and no longer
limiting ourselves to simply having fun in the North Dakota
Outdoors! We now include links to top notch Outdoor News Sites
from far away places, for your reading pleasure! We do hope
you find them interesting.
Heading up the latest Outdoors News from
Abroad are -
One might ask what the key to Kansas
Crappie Guide, Mike Simpson's Crappie Fishing success is which I can tell you that the
answer to that one is deep folks! Mike will probably tell you that it's his
Crappie tackle, which having
seen a bit of that, the attention to detail he pays to everything he does in
pouring, painting, and detailing jigs has got to pay off somewhere, so yes
we'll give him that one! I'd also give him an E for effort, the guy never quits fishing.
No matter what time of year, no matter what the weather, he's out there harassing the
Kansas Slab Crappie
At Dakota Wirehairs we
strive to breed dogs for the foot hunter, through selective
breeding of top field hunting stock. German Wirehaired
Pointers combine agility, strength, and endurance. Their
natural pointing instinct is a trait bred into Dakota
Wirehairs since we started breeding dogs. With little training
our German Wirehaired Pointers will develop their natural
instincts and personalities. They specialize in pointing and
are strong retrievers with a soft mouth.
Go fishing in Northern Minnesota at the heart of The Chippewa
National Forest. Located in Deer River, Minnesota, "The
Early Bird" is at the door step of hundreds of great
fishing lakes. In fact, Itasca County alone has over 1000
Grand Lakes and Jeff Sundin is right at home fishing on all of
them. Lake Winnibigoshish (Big Winnie), Leech Lake, Cass Lake,
Bowstring Lake, Round Lake, Pokegama Lake and Sand Lake are
just a few. Our area offers great Walleye Fishing, Crappie
Fishing, Musky Fishing, Bass Fishing, Northern Pike Fishing,
Perch Fishing and Bluegill Fishing.
Lure - not
only focuses on the antiques themselves, the antique lure, rod
and or reel. But, the people involved, the history and the
timeframe surrounding the antique fishing lures. If you are
already a lure or vintage tackle collector weather you
collecting involves major old fishing lure makers such as Heddon,
Shakespeare, Pflueger, Talbot, Marhoff, Meek or Horton or
less known lure makers such as Loftie, Pardee, or Haskell you should be able to find
something to enjoy on the Old Fishing Lure site.
Eye Charters is committed to bringing you the best experience
possible. Sam and Ray Vandervalk are Christians and this
reflects the way they do business. We demand excellence and
expect you to have the best! Many 8-hour Ucluelet fishing
trips see a full 200 litre cooler of salmon and halibut. This
fishing compares with Alaska! Fish can be cleaned and packaged
for travel anywhere in the world.
Fishing Information for the Pacific Northwest
Fishing is a popular pastime in the western states of
Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Fish that populate this area are
numerous and varied, but the species most well known and most
sought after is the Chinook Salmon. We also have Steelhead,
the large sea going rainbow trout that migrate into many of
the coastal rivers and streams.Several imported fish such as
the Walleye and the Smallmouth bass have steadily grown in
popularity with the fishing public. Trout, panfish, crappy and
even the lowly catfish have rewarded millions of people to the
excitement and fun that fishing creates.
RTFI ND Fishing Forum ~ Come and join us in the RTFI North Dakota Fishing Reports and Fishing Forum, no need to be
bashful, by all means signup! There's no catch to it either, it's simply there to pass the time
whilst waiting on spring and warmer weather. To date we've got folks form all over visiting
therein, we have one member from Arkansas, one from Indiana, and one from Michigan. Oh yeah...
there are a two or three of us from North Dakota, as well. Lots of humor therein also!
Have a question on Crappie Fishing? We have
Kansas Crappie Guide, Mike Simpson, to answer your questions, and provide tips and tactics for
catching Slab Crappie. And, if your inclination be fishing for North Dakota's big water Walleye,
we have Michigan's - Captain John
Milbourne, who guides for Walleye, Salmon, and Trout on the Great Lakes to answer your questions
Hunting & Fishing Rentals
~ Planning a hunting or fishing trip to the Turtle Lake, ND area? You'll likely need a place to hang your hat while you're
not hunting or fishing, and although Turtle Lake is a great place to stay, we simply don't have enough visitors here to
support a motel year round. A few local residents have however accommodated hunters visiting the area for years by purchasing
small houses to set up as rental units, or renting out basement apartments in their homes on a daily basis. Several of these
are available year round for your ND Fishing adventures as well. These furnished homes, as a rule come complete with all the
trimmings to make your ND Hunting or Fishing trip an enjoyable one, and include pots, pans, dishes, bedding, towels, etc.
Everything you'd expect in a cabin for your ND Hunting or Fishing trip. For those that might wish to camp-out while in the
area hunting or fishing, Turtle Lake has several camping areas close at hand, with sites in the City Park and at nearby
Lake Brekken offering utility connections. Boasting 18 lakes within a half hour's drive, Turtle Lake, ND offers an amazing
fishing opportunity for your vacation dollar!
& Sunrise/Sunset Information~ for your local area. Need to know what time the sun rises or sets for that
important hunting or fishing trip. Now you can find it in a matter of seconds. This handy little page allows you to retrieve
Sunrise/Sunset data for virtually any specified date, and anywhere you wish from Turtle Lake, ND to Tallahassee, FL and then
some, you'll find they're all in there. The page likewise includes a link to Solunar Tables on-line at In-Fisherman.com to
help simplify your plans for hunting and fishing trips around the peak periods of activity.
RTFI site works in just about every browser possible! Resolution is
best cast at 1024 x 768, but it works in 800 x 600 as well.
Thomas Fishing Industries welcomes you to the links portion of Search
To be auctioned in the near future. This
has less than 20,000 actual miles on it. It was originally a
Civil Defense vehicle, acquired by the Lannon Fire Department
in 1966. Vehicle is all original, in running order, still in
service as a brush fighting unit of the Lannon Fire
Proceeds from sale of this vehicle will go to the LFD
Equipment Replacement Fund.
If you may be interested in the
'55 - '59 model Chevy - GMC Suburban,
this is one sweet vehicle from what I understand. There is a
full photo section on the links provided herein. It is my
understanding that they will have a form up to submit detailed
questions on this unit to the Lannon Fire Department. In the
meantime if you guys want to post them here, I'll try and
answer them or get my contact there, in here to answer them
As for approximate worth of this vehicle... GMC only made
somewhere around 1,000 of these vehicles from 1955 - 1959. To
find one in this condition, w/4 wheel drive, and with less
than 20,000 miles is extremely rare!