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Aluminum Fishing Boats From Compact Jon Boat to Custom Design By: Neels Theron
Looking around on the web for an aluminum fishing boat? You'll soon enough find out there are a number of different ways to go, depending on your needs and budget...Are you looking for something very straightforward and uncomplicated you can quickly fit on your pickup? Or maybe you want something ...
The Fishermans Technique To Dig For Sand Worms For A Fishing Trip By: Peter Lim
For the fishing enthusiast who does not wish to use peeled fresh prawns or shrimps as bait, sand worms is the preferred alternative.Here's how you can learn the Fisherman's method to dig for sand worms to use as bait.You merely need some very basic tools, and these are a spade ...
3 Great Fly Fishing Tips By: Tony Newton
Basically, fly fishing is not only one of the fastest growing sports; it is one of the foremost forms of conserving natural resources as well as providing aquatic recreation.Fly fishing is, very simple when three things are right: you must have a suitable rod; you must get a line ...
Fly Fishing Heaven In Montana By: Richard Chapo
You can find good spots for fly fishing in most states, but some are more epic than others. Allow me to introduce you to heaven on earth for anglers.Montana is an incredibly beautiful state. It is located on the Canadian border between Wyoming and the Dakotas. It is the fourth ...
Carp Fishing By: Chris Braithwaite
An ancient way of survival turned hobby, fishing, is cherished by many for its relaxing, natural setup. But if you think fishing is all about throwing the line in the water and oozing down in your fold-up chair while getting a tan, think again. Sometimes fishing is hard work! Especially ...
Colours of Night Life By: Scott Morris
If you like sport fishing, you surely will like to fish for redfish. This feisty species is one of the best fighters in the inshore spectrum and, cooked correctly, a great addition to the barbeque menu. Even some restaurants have adopted the fish as a specialty. For example, at the ...
Alaska Salmon Fishing By: William Berg
Alaska has a well developed tourism sector that welcomes thousands of anglers from all over the world each year. Since Alaska is such a huge land area with a long coast line and numerous streams and rivers, you can still enjoy secluded wildlife fishing without having to venture into crowds ...
Fishing Directory for Fishing World Wide Water By: James Zeller
Fishing has surpassed all other hobbies as the number one outdoor event that captures our time and money. Fishing categories can usually be disseminated with the use of a fishing directory. There are four major methods of fishing and all have adamant endorsers who seldom cross over to the ...
Update Alaska News From The Front By: AJ Klott
Stopped into The Fishin' Hole the other day, which happens to be one of my favorite fishing tackle/outfitter/sandwich shops. (Talk about your one stop shopping!!)I was looking for a good 8 weight line to take to Alaska.What I came away with was an update from about four different people who ...
In Search of the Huckleberry Fish of Africa By: AJ Klott
I saw a recent article announcing that Canadian scientists will soon begin searching Lake Simcoe in the province of Ontario for a "lake monster" named Igopogo.Much like the Loch ness monster, Bigfoot,Ogopogo, and the Abominable snowman, Igopogo has never been verified to actually exist beyond the random sightings of residents, ...
Why Do I Fish By: John McCabe
As part of an email discussion list I'm part of, the subject of following our passions came up. I mentioned that one of my lifelong passions was fishing. I got the following reply... Thanks, John for sharing your passion with us. So -- John -- when you are fishing... What ...
Drop Shottin for Bass By: G Wayne Byrd
In this article, I would like to introduce ?Drop Shot? fishing to you. Many of you might be aware of the powerful potential of this method, while others may have never tried this technique. Drop shot fishing is one of the best "go to" techniques to use when the bite ...
Where The Bassalo Roam By: Charles White
Have you ever thought why fishing timbers is so productive? Well, for one, most anglers don't want to fish them because they're afraid of losing a $5.00 lure. This makes it better for us that are willing to take the risk. Sure, you get those who will throw a spinnerbait ...
Brook Trout One of Canadas Most Loved Trout By: Ken Austin
Brook trout are one of the most popular game fish in Canada. These fish can be found in the northern most parts of North America. What is so great about these fish? Is there a great location to go brook trout fishing? And, what type of lure and equipment do ...
Fishing My Accident By: Michael Russell
To this day I can't explain why I am still alive. I should be dead. My mother and I were visiting my grandmother and uncle, during my summer vacation. I was about 10 years old . They lived in a very rural area. The valley ...
Its Raining Time to Go Fishing By: Scott Pinkert
Ah, fishing in the rain. You may not like the rain, but the fish sure love it!You may not believe it, but you may catch more fish while it is raining. There are a few good logical reasons for this.First, when it rains, the worms come out... and naturally, many ...
A Simple Way To Identify and Catch The Big One in River By: Ebe Heng
River dry fly fishing considered as the purest form of fly fishing inspired generations of writers, artists, poets and even philosophers to wax lyrical about its pleasures.The gist to river dry fly fishing lies in the rise. Here, the angler waits patiently for a rise to begin before he or ...
Basic Information For Bass Fishing By: Alison Symons
Since three-forth of the world is composed of bodies of water, it's natural that a great number of people rely on fishing for their livelyhood or just for their recreation needs. There are numerous of fish species swimming under the lakes, seas, ponds, and rivers. Most anglers consider fishing ...
Fishing for Salmon Do You Know the Different Salmon Species By: Garry Gamber
Did you know that there are five species of Pacific salmon and one species of Atlantic salmon? Further, did you know that all 5 species of Pacific salmon run wild in Alaska?We're proud of our wild salmon here in Alaska, and rightly so. On the one hand the ...
Fishing Has Evolved Into a MultiBillion Dollar Industry By: Chris Curley
Here's why, this one will throw you for a loop. Just the other day I was out with a buddy doing, what else, fishing. He had a problem with his line, (it had crossed itself while he was re-stringing his reel the night before) and after we got ...
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