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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: 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: 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: Gary Spencer
You will often see fish swimming in the shallower stretches of a river. The rapid flow and clear water makes it an ideal location for fish to feed. The difficulty...
By: Tylisa Schadams
The Musky is the allusive "fish of a thousand casts" and is both a hard-to-catch and hard-to-find fish. Since these fish are so rare and the goal of many freshwater...
By: Tylisa Schadams
Catching Muskies, the fish dubbed commonly as the fish of a thousand casts is both a daunting task and the goal of many fresh water anglers to catch. Of course...
By: Edward James
Split shot weights and swivel weights are both forms of weight that are used in fishing. Other than having the term ‘weight’ in each, split shot weights and swivel...
By: Gary Spencer
When you think of big carp you probably think of big casts, big baits and big rigs. There is no doubt that this approach works. However, there can be large...

 

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