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Boats Exclusive for Bass Fishing Activities By: Puneet Singhal
You should be able to find several indispensable facts about Bass Fishing Boats in the following paragraphs. If there's at least one fact you didn't know before, imagine the difference it might make.Knowledge can give you a real advantage. To make sure you're fully informed about Bass Fishing Boats, keep ...
Fishing in Canada Many Reasons to Go By: Craig Fiske
For beautiful scenery and an amazing outdoor adventure, freshwater fishing in Canada is a perfect setting. Canada fishing trips are are central to many people's vacation plans. This is for good reason. Remote water systems in Canada provide some of the best fishing opportunities on the planet.Times are busy. Getting ...
Walleye Fishing By: Blake Stoffregen
Every true angler knows that no matter the species being fished the prime time starts when the ice melts. This is when male fish will start moving into shallow spawning grounds and more importantly 1-3 pound walleyes.To seek out the best spawning points you'll want to look for shallow ...
Surf Fishing The Outer Banks of North Carolina By: E A Edwards
My first experience surf fishing was with my father on Wrightsville Beach, NC in the 60's. He parked our shiny black Ford Fairlane in a gravel parking lot off the beach and we hiked over the dunes to the surf, carrying rods, buckets, tackle box and various other fishing ...
How To Take Fishing Photos You Can Publish Or Sell By: Larry M Lynch
While walking along a busy dock, I saw a teenage deckhand carrying a huge fish head in a bucket. The red head with its blue eyes and deadly-looking rows of dagger-like teeth made a stunning sight. I just had to take the shot. Waiting around a bit netted me a ...
Gear Needed for Fishing with Nymphs By: Brett Fogle
Now that we've covered what nymph fly fishing is all about, let's next take a look at what sort of fly fishing gear you're going to need to do it. While nymph fly fishing uses pretty much the same gear you use when dry fly fishing, there is a few ...
Opening Day Of Fishing Season By: AJ Klott
Well, here it is the end of April.Like the uncontrollable urges that the groundhog, the wild turkey, and Brad Pitt, have come over them at this time of year, it is a time when an internal alarm goes off in the fisherman.Unlike those sex crazed species, the anglers yearly sense ...
General Overview About Trout Senses By: Brett Fogle
When fly fishing for trout, it is of crucial importance to understand their senses. Trout are fish, after all, and make different use of their senses than we do. Understanding these senses can greatly increase the prospects of a successful fly fishing trip. Many anglers make the common mistake of ...
Ready to Go Fishing By: Charles Kassotis
Fishing is as old as human life, and a necessity for its survival in some regions. Fish are as plentiful as any other biological forms, and very interesting to eat as well as catch and study. From the skillet to the aquarium, a fish can make us feel good inside ...
Fishing the Fall Salmon Run in Michigan A Beginners Guide By: Gary Higbee
I decided to write this guide because a couple of years ago I was the "beginner." I don't claim to be a master at it, but I have lost my fair share of fish and have put a few in the freezer each year. Let me start by saying that, ...
Latest Fishing Technology and Fishing Gears By: Dylan Miles
Fish finderImagine you're sitting out there on your fishing boat, you whip out a cool gadget you just bought from the Internet and after a couple of beeps, the device tells you that there is a school of fish some 3 meters or so away from you. Now, how cool ...
Fishing Gear Purchase Quality Or Quantity By: T Potter
If you walk into your local fishing shop, you are likely to find a wide range of fishing gear. For the beginner, it can be hard to determine just what is out there and what you should be purchasing. While you may want to purchase products and gear ...
Fishing With Your Dog By: AJ Klott
Man's best friend.Who better to share time with when out on a fishing trip than........Man's best friend.I don't know about your dog but any number of the pooches I have had in my lifetime have never had the ability to throw a five weight line let alone handle a level ...
How to Build Your Own Cricket Trap By: Albert McBee
When I was a kid, my father would choose a weekend for a catfishing trip to Lake Texoma, giving me ample notice to catch lots of trotline bait. The pond I liked to get bait from was full of black perch and bluegill from 3 inches to 3/4 pound ...
Halibut Alaska Halibut Fishing for Barn Door Sized Fish By: James Zeller
The recognized tug, tug, then a strong pull begins the underwater rodeo. The heavy one pound lead nose on a split tail white scampi bounces off the ocean floor actually calling the halibut to the lure. At 200 foot deep the ocean is totally dark. But a white lure seems ...
Dry Fly Techniques By: Brett Fogle
Dry fly angling is at the top of any fly fisherman's list of fun fishing. The visual dry fly catch continues to excite many anglers as the best way to angle the fly. Many anglers try to keep themselves busy with various fly tying techniques as well as nymphing ...
What You Need to Know About Deep Fishing By: Jay Moncliff
Deep fishing can be for sport or commercial means. It is the practice of fishing in deep water to catch fish that live or feed near the bottom. These bottom fish get high prices at market that make them very desirable to fishermen. Deep fishing is hard ...
Wheres The Class By: Steven Vonbrandt
"Where's The Class Mike?"Mike Iaconelli may be one of, if not the best bass fisherman on tour today, but there is more to life than money and fame.Just like our friend Jay Yelas wrote in a recent article, I ask the same question, "Where's The Class?" No, not Bass Class. ...
Salmon Fishing Feminine Style By: Ian Powell
To see a fisherman perfectly mastering a double-handed fly rod is rare enough. When the fisherman turns out to be a woman, we are in the realm of the exceptional. It was on the banks of the river Blackwater in southeast Ireland that we met Glenda Powell. She ...
Choosing The Fishing Trip Destination Thats Right For Your Group By: David Cushion
Try doing a web search on the words ?fishing lodge? and you will come up with hundreds of thousands of matches. Visit any major sports show and you'll find dozens of outfitters, each offering promises of the trip of a lifetime. How on earth do you narrow it down and ...
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