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Monster Hunt Ledge Lunker Blues Part I By: Jeff Williams
Originally published in Procats Online MagazineSummertime angling for trophy-sized blue cats on huge reservoirs can be tough. Peer across an expansive lake and the sheer vastness will seemingly swallow you whole. Where do you start? Do you just go out and look around with a good locator and hope to ...
My Fishing Partner By: Andy Klynstra
Fly fishing here in Alberta, Canada is about as good now as it was when my father first took me as a young boy, 35 years ago. My dad was my fishing partner for all of my life, but sadly he got very sick and that was the end of ...
The Fishing Equipment You Definitely Need By: Mike Singh
So, you are done packing all the fishing gear for the trip? Are you sure? Whether you are a beginner or an experienced angler, there are some items that should be on your list. Here are the bare essentials:- The rod - Of course you need a fishing rod. But, ...
Cold Weather Bass Fishing In Late Fall By: Charles White
When late fall comes around most anglers slow down on their fishing. Yes, the catch may be slower but you have to remember one thing?..the last thing a bass wants to do in the late fall is go deep, even with a cold front as long as their plenty of ...
Salmon Fishing By: Bob Matsen
Where to fish for salmon or the Chinook or the king salmon. The pacific salmon range from California to Alaska. These anadromous species can be found in most pacific coastal waters, streams and rivers that have a good flow of water and temperature as well as a suitable habitat for ...
Fishing Resorts By: Michael Russell
There's nothing more relaxing than fishing at your favorite fishing spot. Whether one is a beginner or an adept at this ancient pass time, fishing can serve as an enjoyable hobby and sport. In fact, for those that love to fish, there are fishing resorts that one can ...
Fishing By: Steve Valentino
Fishing is an activity of hunting fish or aquatic animals such as cool water fish, warm water fish, various types of shellfish as well as squid, octopus and turtles with a rod, line and hook. It is a popular, ancient practice involving many techniques and traditions. Also called angling, fishing ...
The Peanut Butter and Jelly Paradox PBJP By: Scott McDuffee
I started keeping a fishing calendar this past year. My thinking was that I would somehow get to fish more. I was applying the business proverb of 'that which gets measured gets done?. Apparently this doesn't work as well on the home front. Actually, MOST of the leadership tactics I ...
Fly Fishing For Trout By: Wayne Smith
Fly Fishing is such a traditional sport many refer to as an art form, and compared to other modes of fishing, incorporates so much to learn in terms of casting technique, and more particularly the study of the trout's diet, and their imitations, that it can distract anglers from focussing ...
The Yellowfins from HELL By: Thomas Azzara
Hi Lee Palm/Red Rooster crew(San Diego - California).. Keep my rail spot cool for me - won't you? Fishing Report from Nassau Bahamas (8-10-2000)(Thursday)(Air Temperature 92 degrees. Water temp. ? mid 80's degrees). Clear skies, no wind and burning hot sun. Caught two Yellowfins in the 60-pound range that almost ...
Select Your Fishing Gear Carefully By: Lee Dobbins
Your fishing gear can help you land the big one, so you should make sure you choose wisely when it comes to lures, reels and rods. It isn't always the most expensive piece of equipment that wins - you have to present the right lure to the ...
The Challenge of Brown Trout Fishing By: Ken Austin
Brown trout fishing can prove very challenging. This is due in part to the fact that brown trout are smart fish. They tend to feed at dusk or at night. They do put up a fight though and that can be a great challenge to the fisherman. But, because of ...
Fishing Tackle How To Tackle Any Questions You Have By: Niall Cinneide
Fishing is a sport that requires you to be prepared. Sure, you can grab any sort of stick, attach a rope to it and TRY to catch something. But, in today's wide world of products, you can do so much better and become that much more successful at ...
Fly Fishing the Tide Rips for Coho Salmon off the Northwest Tip of Washington State By: Chris Bellows
Tide rips are one of the most common areas to fly fish for salmon at Neah Bay. I'm addicted to fly fishing tide rips for coho salmon in the saltwater. The stronger the current and the rougher the water, the more I love it.Tide rips are a general ...
Dynamite Salt Water Lures Make Your Own for 75 Cents or Less Each with These Easy Steps By: Larry M Lynch
When I saw the price on a minnow-imitation lure I gasped. At those prices I'd have to take up needlepoint to be able to afford a hobby. But I practically have salt water in my blood having been raised on the Chesapeake Bay. I wasn't about to give up the ...
Bass Fishing With Carolina Keepers By: Bobby Ivie
Carolina Keepers may be a godsend. If you're like me and don't like to spend your valuable fishing time tying knots, these are for you.If you use Carolina Rigs, you are going to love these babies. They make the rigging process so much faster and you can change leader lengths ...
Can Bass See Color By: Steven Vonbrandt
This is a topic that comes up many times when discussing bass lures, and the proper colors to use. Biologists know that bass can see colors, and they probably can see red and green better than a human. Bass also have better visual acuity, which helps them during daylight and ...
The Fishing Industry and Sponsorship By: Scott Rauber
Should you approach the fishing industry for sponsorship?First let's look at it from the lure manufacturer's standpoint. Just think of your favorite lure manufacturer for a minute. Now imagine that you work at their plant. One of your jobs may be to sort through the hundreds of ...
Fly Fishing for Trout Casting or Hunting By: Wayne Smith
Fly casting is a skill that most fly fishermen would probably consider the most integral skill of fly fishing for trout. Certainly it is the most recognizable trait of fly fishing.BUT, if catching fish is as important to you as a great looking cast is, then you may actually need ...
Christmas carpThe European Feast By: AJ Klott
Ahh.... The Christmas Carp...Yummmm....It's almost Christmas and like most of you out there I can't wait for that most cherished of holiday traditions-the carving of the Christmas carp.Yes, nothing makes the mouth water and gets me into the holiday mood until I see my wife come walking through that door ...
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