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Devils Lake is a walleye magnet on the North Dakota prairie
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. — The fact our boat hovered over a rock structure in 38 feet of water wasn't too unusual. But normal The group included a few friends, including Terry Frey and Kurt Walbeck, and others who work in the fishing and hunting guide
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Personnel includes: Alfredo Triff (violin); Xiomara Lougart (vocals); Yosvany Terry (reeds); Roman Diaz (congas). Personnel: Alfredo Triff (mandola, tense violin, prepared piano, electric bass); Yosvany Terry Cabrera (reeds); Andy Gonzlez (acoustic bass); Horacio El Negro Hernndez, Robby Ameen (drums). Liner Note Designer: Kip Hanrahan. Recording information: Sorcerer Sound Studio, New York, NY. Arranger: Alfredo Triff. Alfredo Triff is, you might say, a unparalleled composer. Born and raised in Cuba, he arrived in the U.S. in 1980 as part of the Mariel boat lift, determined not to make his living from music, and merely play when he wanted - hence the long time it's taken for this album to appear, although in-between he has played with people like John Restrain (whose influence is evident in the prepared piano Triff uses as part of his musical arsenal) and Kip Hanrahan, who worked closely with him on this write down. In addition to his composing, Triff is primarily a violinist, and uses his instrument effectively throughout (in addition to electric mandola). While his history is plainly patent on Cancin Rara, he's obviously taken a lot of American ideas on board, as the big-city sounds of Club Casino de la Playa, with its noir-ish overtones, prevail upon evident. He's also a more than adequate bass player, making use of the deep sonorities for Distant Shore Dreams. An album not easily classified, this shifts result of moods, sometimes abruptly, sometimes with the gentle movement of a dream. A very individual achievement, even if not for everyone. ~ Chris Nickson
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DEVILS LAKE, N. D. — The fact our boat hovered over a rock structure in 38 feet of water wasn’t too unusual. And it used to be above water. An abandoned, water-logged barn stood nearby. “Welcome to Devils Lake,” said fishing guide Johnnie Candle. “Nothing ordinary about it. ”. Along with several fellow Wisconsin residents, I set out recently to experience the qualities that make Devils Lake different. We gathered on the North Dakota prairie for a fall “cast and blast. The group included a few friends, including Terry Frey and Kurt Walbeck, and others who work in the fishing and hunting guide business, including Roy Kalmerton, Patrick Kalmerton and Tyler Chisholm of Plymouth. Over the course of five days, we intended to fish for walleyes and hunt for waterfowl. And in Devils Lake, we had chosen one of North America’s premier locations for fishing and hunting. The lake is a rare type of water body known as endorheic, or closed. With no natural outlet, changes in land use practices that converted marshes to crop land caused the lake’s level to rise in recent decades. Between 1993 and 1999 the lake doubled in size, forcing the displacement of more than 300 homes and flooding 70,000 acres of farmland, according to an environmental review of the region. The sprawling lake now covers about 150,000 acres, according to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. As the water level rose, an interesting thing happened: the fishing got better. The increased water volume caused a decrease in the lake’s salinity, allowing more aquatic organisms to thrive. The local economy also began to change, with tourism increasing as agricultural acreage declined. Fishing on the lake is responsible for an estimated $20 million annual bump to the local economy, according to state sources. Anglers come to Devils Lake in all seasons, including a large push for ice fishing. The primary draws are walleyes and yellow perch, but the lake also holds good numbers of northern pike and white bass and some black crappie. The lake’s uniqueness extends to its fish community: Other than the five species of game and panfish, it has white suckers, fathead minnows and brook sticklebacks, and that’s about it. The whole food web relies heavily on the lake’s population of... Devils Lake has no common carp or other invasive fish that plague many waters in North America. Candle, 46, lives in Devils Lake and has been guiding here since 2000. He also fishes across North America in professional walleye tournaments. “I’ve been privileged to fish in lots of places, but I’m always happy to come home to this lake,” Candle said. The lake’s abundant structure and strong fish populations have drawn high numbers of anglers for more than a decade. On the Saturday before Memorial Day in May, Candle said he counted license plates from 22 states at one public launch on the lake. Regulations allow anglers to keep five walleyes per person per day, with no minimum size limit. With Candle at the helm, Frey, Chisholm and I targeted walleyes, first fishing the rocky base of an old power line. Because the lake’s water is stained, we started fishing at 9:30 a. m. Candle said the best action often occurs during the middle of the day. We used glide baits to work close to the bottom in 24 to 36 feet of water. On my first drop, a 12-inch white bass struck the lure. A few minutes later, Frey had a hit from a different species. The fish made several runs before Candle slid the net under a robust 22-inch walleye. We fished in the area for an hour, catching white bass and walleyes, then moved a few miles and worked an area where the wind pushed water beneath a narrow bridge. Walleyes were lined up, feeding in the current. The glide baits proved to be the most productive lure of the day. We kept eight walleyes ranging from 16 to 18 inches in length as well as one 24-inch northern pike, and released many smaller and larger walleyes. All the fish were plump and healthy looking. When we cleaned them, we found the walleyes’ stomachs stuffed with scuds. The next day I fished with Boomer Stelmach from Minneapolis, and Ashlee Lundvall, a motivational speaker and.
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