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Spots can be caught on deep-diving crankbaits around the herring schools on main lake bends and bluffs, as well as on vertical jigging spoons fished around the bait.
At the state's largest herring fishery at Togiak, the 2018 catch is pegged at 24,042 tons, up slightly from this year.
In her book, Ms. Brantmark extols the behaviors of a modest Swedish life: sleeping naked, buying secondhand furniture, crafting, eating lots of herring.
The king and his guests consumed 27 hogsheads of wine, 400 head of pork, 3,000 fowl, 15,000 herring, 10,000 eels, 100 pounds of almonds, two pounds of spices and 66 pounds of pepper.
Next up are open-faced sandwiches of raw herring and salmon, Danish recipes common in Christmas buffets that workplaces host and restaurants increasingly offer throughout the month.
There’s now talk among the roughly 347,000 Icelanders of how to avoid repeating the same mistakes of the herring bonanza of the 1960s and 1970s, when overfishing decimated stocks and the local fishing industry.
Spotted bass continue to hang around the herring schools on channel bends and vertical bluff banks, where they can be caught with deep-running crankbaits, heavy swimbaits and vertical-jig spoons like the Hopkins.
But in early 1523, she and other nuns were smuggled out of their convent by a merchant delivering herring.
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