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4 Reasons This Canadian Uses a Sonar & GPS Combo on the Ice

February 3, 2015
Fishing technology is advancing at a blistering pace. Nowhere is this more apparent than the shifts in portable sonar popularity. Historically, traditional portable flashers dominated the ice-fishing…
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Travel Blog: Guess What? You Can Catch Monster Bull Redfish in Early Fall. Here’s How.

September 24, 2014
About a year ago, I booked three days of fishing in the Louisiana Marsh with New Orleans’ Captain Greg Moon for the fall of 2014. This was a departure from my prior trips and the thinking that the…
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Travel Blog South Florida: Live Bait Methods Fishing Captains Use for Peacock Bass

September 16, 2014
In past times, when the angling travel press wrote about peacock bass, it inevitably involved Brazilian jungles. But the emergence of a fabulous Florida peacock bass fishery from Palm Beach to…
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Travel Blog: The Best Time to Fish for Migratory Predators in Goodland, Florida

September 8, 2014
Though there’s a stretch of summer swelter between, the seasons will turn and fall will arrive before you know it. It’s a magic time along Florida’s southwest coast, with all manner of minnows,…
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4 Great Snook Lures and How to Fish Them With Success

July 22, 2014
They key to successful snook fishing is to remember that snook are sight feeding ambush predators that use cover for predation. In addition, snook are more active at night and low light conditions in…
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Travel Blog: Fishing the Flats of Bimini, Bahamas

June 24, 2014
Bimini is really a couple of islands 50 miles east of Florida's Gold Coast. Though it sits on the Western side of Bahamian Islands, it also fronts the edge of the Gulf Stream, a giant source of life…
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How to Have Jerkbaiting Success All Year Round

June 13, 2014
In the right conditions, jerkbaiting can help you land big bass. Most anglers take their jerkbaits out of the boat once the water temps get around 50 to 58 degrees. This tradition has gained a lot…
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Learn From My Experience: Tips on Choosing a Fishing Guide

June 13, 2014
By choosing the right fishing guide, you'll be more likely to land a big catch like this. by Peter Larmand With today's technology, consumers are wiser and making more educated decisions before…
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4 Key Tactics to Dock Fishing for Largemouths (video)

May 4, 2014
Dock fishing is a no-brainer when it comes to bass fishing. But how many of us routinely delve under the dark recesses of these man-made structures? Fishing docks is a sure-fire tactic for wrestling…
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Smelt Fishing Tackle and Techniques

April 23, 2014
If you've ever traveled around the shores of Lake Michigan or Lake Superior during late April or early May, you may have seen a dazzling array of beach fires and individuals seining the ice-cold…
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Catfishing With Trotlines and Setlines

April 11, 2014
To me catfishing is one outdoor event that should be a kicked back relaxing event. There are some hardcore intense catfishermen but I like to think about it as a sport to be enjoyed like Huckleberry…
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Early Spring Fly Fishing Techniques

March 24, 2014
Going from winter to spring brings open water and an early opportunity to do a little fly fishing. But fly fishing during this time of year can be hit and miss. As usual, when the conditions are…