Proper Cleaning And Maintenance Care Tips For Your Fishing Accessories

Sep 10 2016 / 11:20 pm Was written by No Comments Yet

Like any other type of equipment, fishing boat accessories also need to be properly maintained if they are to last a long time. Proper cleaning after use is very essential.

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Baitcasting Reel And Considerations To Make When Buying

Sep 10 2016 / 11:20 pm Was written by No Comments Yet

A good fishing reel is among the things you will need to make your fishing experience pleasant and rewarding. There are so many reel types and the baitcasting reels happen to be some of the most popular because they offer more accurate casting. The reels also come with reduced backlash and spool overrun. There are so many brands in the market and before buying there is need to know what matters most so you are able to get the perfect baitcasting reel.

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Factors To Consider When Buying A Baitcasting Reel

Sep 10 2016 / 11:20 pm Was written by No Comments Yet

A baitcasting reel is an important device to any angler. The device provides you with many benefits such as giving you more control of your casts. You also have more control over the motion of your lures. For you to reap these benefits you need to be cautious of the unit that you purchase. To help you out here are the factors that you should consider when buying a baitcasting reel:

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Fishermen Don’t Lie, Go Ask A Fish

Sep 10 2016 / 11:20 pm Was written by No Comments Yet

You know how your fishing buddy will say “He was this big!” while describing the latest trophy fish that he caught, his hand-scale getting further apart the longer the story goes on. Well, I’ve got a few whoppers of my own.

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Fish Tales – The Sequel

Sep 10 2016 / 11:20 pm Was written by No Comments Yet

Similar to lost footage scenes from the movie classic “Deliverance”. A humorous look back at a Memorial Day Weekend camping trip.

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“It Won’t Be Long Now” – Great Spring Fishing Is On It’s Way

Jul 12 2016 / 10:16 am Was written by No Comments Yet

A great way and time to introduce youngsters to fishing is in the spring with the arrival of good old Blue fishing! Some of my fondest early memories are of Snapper fishing, Oh what great fun my childhood friends and I had! We would seine (drag) with long nets in the shallows of the bay for shiners, toss them in a bucket of saltwater and presto we had live bait for the day.

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He Said I Can’t Believe You Would Do This

Jul 12 2016 / 10:16 am Was written by No Comments Yet

It was my first time at Lake Okeechobee and I was excited until the Pro got upset because I was catching more fish. From then on it wasn’t a good trip.

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Where’s The Boat? It Was Just Here!

Jul 12 2016 / 10:16 am Was written by No Comments Yet

We were going out to the water to fish and saw flashing lights coming upon us, was it the police? No, it was worse than that, it was…

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Top 10 Do’s and Dont’s for the Beginning Fly Fisherman

Jul 12 2016 / 10:16 am Was written by No Comments Yet

Want to start learning the magical sport of fly fishing? This article covers 10 of the most common do’s and dont’s for those entering the sport of freshwater fly fishing, mostly trout fishing. These tips can make your transition into fly fishing productive and enjoyable!

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How to Fish With the Tides for Big Game on Panama’s Tuna Coast

Jul 12 2016 / 10:16 am Was written by No Comments Yet

Fishing in the right place at the right time is perhaps the most vital part of becoming an exceptional sport fisherman. You will not have any success of catching the big one if you are not in a good fishing area. Water movement, the movement direction, wind, tides and water level determine where fish can be found. Experienced anglers create a to-do list that covers rigging, packing, and loading. Unfortunately, some of them fail to check the tides and lunar schedules. This big blunder can hinder anglers from getting consistent positive results. Taking advantage of the currents and tide schedule is essential to getting big game catches.

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