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Spinnerbait Basics By: Jay Bryce
Spinnerbaits are easy to use and they find fish quickly. The two traditional types are the inline spinnerbait and the safety pin style spinnerbait. ...
Wiper Fishing Tips By: Jay Bryce
The hybrid striped bass, or "wiper" is an artificial cross between a striped bass (Morone saxatilis) and a white bass (Morone chrysops). Hybridization of these two species does not occur naturally. Therefore, hybrid striped bass must be cultured in a fish hatchery situation. ...
Tips for Northern Pike Fishing By: Jay Bryce
Anglers have a special affinity for northern pike. This most accommodating of fish bites readily during the daylight hours, sparing those in pursuit of fishing thrills the agony of rising before dawn. ...
Bait Fishing for Trout By: Jay Bryce
Bait fishing for trout can be effective, using worms, eggs, artificial paste baits, or combinations. Bait can be dangled downward from a floating bobber or can float upward from a slip-sinker, both of which provide weight to cast the bait outward from shore. ...
Tackle Selection for Trout Fishing By: Jay Bryce
Modern day trout fishermen have a wealth of fishing tackle to choose from, and much of it thoroughly adaptable to any situation in trout fishing. Spinning and fly fishing equipment seem to be the most popular. ...
Late Fall Crappie Fishing By: Jay Bryce
Seasonal movements of black crappies are similar to other warmwater fish species. In early spring, when water temperatures begin to rise, many fish will move from the deep areas of a lake to shallow vegetated areas where spawning will occur. ...
Beginner Tips for Northern Pike Ice Fishing By: Jay Bryce
Pike are popular quarry of ice fishermen. Though they are primarily pursued with tip ups, baited with live minnows or suckers, they can be taken with rod and reel, either jigging or fishing with bait. ...
Outfitting Your First Tackle Box By: Jay Bryce
Outfitting a tackle box can seem challenging, especially when you are in the sporting goods store with thousands of potential items to include. ...
Fishing at New River Gorge By: Jay Bryce
Fishing is one of the most popular activities on the New River. The diversity of fish in its waters makes the New River an excellent warm water fishery. With proper respect for the river and its resources and a few safety precautions, anglers can enjoy a quality fishing experience. ...
Ice Fishing Tackle and Tools By: Jay Bryce
In addition to warm clothes and waterproof boots the following gear is all you need to catch fish through the ice in the winter: A short fishing rod and a small reel. Fishing line. A package of wax worms or meal worms, and some small hooks. ...
Basic Striped Bass Fishing Tips By: Jay Bryce
The striped bass is highly prized for its size, battle on the line, and culinary merit. Striped bass, also known as the striper or rockfish, are easily identified by the dark horizontal stripes across its silvery body. ...
Carp Fishing Tips By: Jay Bryce
Good carp fishing can be found in many different types of water. Many find rivers to provide some of the most challenging, but rewarding fishing. ...
Fall Walleye Fishing By: Jay Bryce
October may just be the best time to catch walleyes: catch rates are higher than at any time during the summer, the water's less crowded, the heat and bugs are tapering off, and the fall colors make every trip satisfying for the soul if not the stomach. ...
Fishing for Bullheads By: Jay Bryce
Despite the somewhat derogatory name, these prolific members of the catfish family have earned the grudging respect of anglers all over the world. Bullheads can be depended upon to bite at almost anything anywhere at almost any time of day. ...
Fishing for Yellow Perch By: Jay Bryce
It would be tough to find a fish as tasty as yellow perch that is so easy to catch. It doesn't matter how old you are, how much fishing experience you've had or what time of year it is. ...
Fishing for Smallmouth Bass in Streams By: Jay Bryce
There are several ways to fish for smallmouth bass in streams. Depending on the stretch of stream you are fishing and available access, you have the option of wading or floating. ...
How to Fish for Channel Catfish By: Jay Bryce
To be successful at any type of fishing, you need to understand the behavior of the fish you're pursuing. Channel catfish are no exception. Channel cats prefer cooler, deeper, cleaner water than bullheads, and water with a sand or gravel bottom. ...
Bluegill Fishing Tips By: Jay Bryce
The bluegill is native to central and eastern United States but has been introduced throughout much of North America. Many a young angler boasts the delicious bluegill as a first catch. ...
Summer Walleye Fishing By: Jay Bryce
Some of the finest walleye fishing takes place in late spring and early summer, once spawning is completed and the fish begin to search for food. ...
Lures for Muskie Fishing By: Jay Bryce
Lures for muskie fishing fall into three basic types: Crank Baits, Spinner Baits and Jerk Baits. There are many different models and colors available in most tackle shops. ...
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