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By: Brian Dickey
If you're looking for an easy to follow list of flies I am going to disappoint you. Finding the right fly goes hand in hand with deciding on the right...
By: TL Brown
Being a step ahead in any sport brings you closer to your goal. When fishing for bass you need to think like them. Keeping the right lures in front of...
By: Marc Phillippe Babineau
Trout are an inherently skittish fish, more afraid of anything that casts a shadow or makes movements, on the shoreline or in the water, than most other fish, and most...
By: Robert Strayton
Cape Cod, Massachusetts is an angler's dream-come-true. From Cape Cod Bay to the rips of Vineyard Sound to the beaches of the Outer Cape to the canyons offshore, Cape Cod...
By: Richard Lloyd Evans
Fly fishing in a lovely, natural environment is fast becoming a rare thing in this growing, ever more industrializing world. But head to Ireland, where fly fishing is imbedded deep...
By: Greg Wyant
I believe channel catfish are indeed the best to catch. Bullhead catfish are bottom feeders, meaning they eat alot of vegetation on the bottom of lakes. The channel catfish prefer...
By: Roger Quinn
Crappies are one of the most popular panfish that one can find in freshwater lakes. They can reach relatively large sizes, big crappies can get up to 15 inches or...
By: Rex Trulove
The practice of fishing has a very long history. It was mentioned in ancient texts such as the Bible, and it is likely and almost certainty that it predated biblical...
By: Marc Phillippe Babineau
Using a telescoping fishing pole can be a lifesaver when you are fishing in a brook trout infested creek, and the bushes and trees converge in on the sides and...
By: Pat Lunsford
How to catch catfish is really very simple as catfish are scavengers so they'll go for just about any kind of bait. Worms or liver are the most commonly used...

 

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