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10 Fishing Gems By: Frank Faldo
Fishing Gem #1 ? When Is Best?If you are in a boat and plan to anchor and bottom fish, get out there before the sun goes down and set up .Over many years, it has been noticed that a good bite usually starts 2 hours before sunrise. Use an ...
A Guide to NonTypical Catfish Fishing Techniques Part III By: Jeff Williams
Method 2The second method that works really well for me is drift fishing. Lets start by explaining how drifting works. It's really pretty simple: you cast out bait and drag it behind or from the side of your boat while the wind pushes you along.Where to FishThe majority of Cat-men ...
Finding Smallmouth Bass in the Summer By: Bobby Ivie
Did you ever wish you could get out of the heat in the summer? So does the Bronzeback.Shallow water means warmer water, and as a rule, warmer water in the summer is not where you are likely to find your limit. Then again, rules are made to be broken.To find ...
What is the Difference Between Rod Action and Rod Weight By: Gary Higbee
For a long time when I would go looking at fishing rods I would get confused by the various desigations on the labels. It wasn't the lure weights that were confusing, it was the designations such as: Ultra-Light, Medium, Heavy, Slow, Fast, etc. After doing some research I sorted out ...
Experience Canadian Fishing at a Canada Fishing Lodge By: Tyson J Stevenson
Have you ever watched one of those televised shows that show the fabulous fishing available in Canada, (or also known as the "Great White North) & wondered, can that really be true? Can the fish actually be so huge? Can the scenery be so spectacular?It IS true!From the eastern shores ...
The Things You Wont Look Out For But Should When Night Fishing By: Daniel Eggertsen
5 Things To Be Careful of When Night FishingNight fishing can be some of the most exciting, rewarding and fulfilling fishing you ever do in your life. It can also be the most dangerous fishing you ever do as well. Here are 5 quick things to look out ...
Catching Bass In A Rough Environment By: Charles White
Ever been to a lake where the water is too clear? A new lake you never fished before? No cover that you can see? The water is too high? Too muddy? The water is too low or lowering? The wind is blowing to hard?Yes, I think we all have at ...
3 Color Combinations That Drive Fish Wild and Can Help You to Catch Your Limit By: Larry M Lynch
The most successful fishing lures seem to imitate natural forage either in size, color, action, sounds or a combination of these. Some color schemes may also promote visibility by providing contrast to existing visual conditions that the fish (not you) have. This may help explain why seemingly 'strange? or ?unorthodox? ...
Three Main Trout Senses By: Brett Fogle
An angler should therefore become familiar with the three main senses a trout uses. These are:Smell:Trout have amazing powers of smell. For humans, trying to understand smell underwater is rather difficult since we can't do it. However, trout have no difficulty smelling underwater, so it is worth an anglers time ...
5 Useful Trout Fishing Tips By: Tony Newton
In fishing, trout are one of the favorite ?fishing friends? of most anglers. These crafty fish are abundant anywhere. The native habitat of these crafty fish depends on the type of trout.For brook trout, the native habitat includes the territory from Labrador westward to the Saskatchewan, while the rainbow trout ...
Bamboo Fly Rods A Timeless Tradition By: Margarette Tustle
You have probably seen or used bamboo fly rods if you know a fly-fisherman or if you are a fly- fisherman. In a throw-back to a simpler time, bamboo fly rods are still just as popular today as they were a hundred years ago. You can find brand ...
The Basics Of Trout Fishing By: Niall Kennedy
First things first, you need to know which fish are considered trout. The term can be one that is used for salmon family fish. It includes rainbow, brown, brook, cutthroat and steelhead. You'll find that they are native to Europe, North America and Asia. But, they ...
Indiana Salmon Fishing Join The Chinook Fishing And Feeding Frenzy By: Rika Susan
If you're seeking salmon in Indiana you'll head north to the Great Lakes! Lake Michigan, the largest freshwater lake in the US was first stocked with salmon in the late '60s.Now this 300 mile long lake and its tributaries have abundant salmon available for the keen sports fishermen who converge ...
My Fishing Trip With The Pro By: Charles White
I was in Southwest Florida and was asked to go fishing by one of the pro bass fisherman there. Thinking I would learn a lot that day, I graciously accepted his kind offer.So, we begin our trip to Lake Okeechobee about 4 hours away. We put this bass ...
Challenges of Nymph Fly Fishing By: Brett Fogle
When nymph fly fishing, the angler is imitating the juvenile stage of aquatic insects. As such, all fly fishing is done underwater, not on top of it. Thus, unlike when dry fly fishing, an angler will not see a rise or the fish itself pop through the surface when gulping ...
There Is Bass In The Grass By: Michael Russell
Did you ever plan that fishing trip to the big lake, then when you got there you realized you had no idea where to start fishing? Too much ground to cover, right? Let's break it down a bit to simplify it.The first thing you want to look for is cover; ...
Grunion Runs Fishing With Your Hands In San Diego By: Richard Chapo
Fishing is peaceful and inspiring sport regardless of the type of fishing your doing. Well, with one exception ? grunion runs.El GrunioninoThroughout the year, the fish known as the grunion run in San Diego and much of California. This little silver fish reproduces by "running" up the beach during the ...
Fishing Unfamiliar Flyin Lakes By: Bill Rivers
Fishing Unfamiliar & Fly-in LakesThere is a feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment - the pride of craft - that comes with a successful day's fishing on a new, unfamiliar or fly-in lake, whether it is a limit of bass, a few walleyes for shore lunch, or a trophy pike. Not ...
The Golden Vise Award By: Jim Fortune
The Golden Vise Award is presented each year to the top Fly Tyer in the state. Unlike other awards, this is a people's choice award. That is, people go to a poll taking web site and pick the tyer that they think is the ...
Fly Fishing Small Streams By: Dale East
Picture this; you've spent some time hiking into a small stream in the back country. It's early morning, mist is rising and the midges that have been swarming around you are breakfast for the small browns you have come to catch. You quietly walk up to the stream, watching ...
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