Groups Like T.U. Make a Difference
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Groups Like T.U. Make a Difference

Economists have found that in the United States, watershed groups have had a positive impact on their local water quality. The study is published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. This […]

Conservation

Atlantic Right Whales – NOAA Update

Why is the endangered western North Atlantic right whale population growing far more slowly than those of southern right whales, a sister species also recovering from near extinction by commercial whaling?  NOAA Fisheries researchers and […]

Fishing News - Fresh

NPAA NewsBLAST – Annual Conference

Anyone interested in creating or advancing their career in the fishing industry should mark their calendar for Jan. 4th-6th, the dates the National Professional Anglers Association (NPAA) will hold its 2019 Annual Conference at The […]

REEL-TIMES - November 2018
Fishing The Midwest with Jensen & Frisch

REEL-TIMES – November 2018

OPEN-WATER RECAP & ICE, ICE, ICE! We wrapped up the open-water TV filming season recently with some fast smallmouth bass action from western Minnesota and with a hot walleye bite from Pool 2 of the Mississippi River.  This […]

Ice Fishing

Contact Points

Deciding where to fish is a prime directive of every serious ice angler.  Whether fishing a familiar lake or exploring new waters, it’s critical to carefully evaluate lake characteristics and features, the biological environment, local […]

Solving Sonar Interference - vexilar
Ice Fishing

Solving Sonar Interference

In the world of marine sonar and the modern day angler, there is no doubt that as the electrical systems in today’s boats get more complicated, the chance that your electronics will experience interference problems […]

ice-fishing
Ice Fishing

FIRST ICE PANFISH

I was at an ice-fishing Open House at a retail tackle shop recently.  There some anglers there who had been looking at a long range weather forecast.  According to this forecast, cold weather is headed […]

Rifles and Shotguns

The Remington Model Seven Threaded Kuiu

Carry a Model Seven in the field and you’ll understand why it’s considered one of the finest dense-cover rifles in America:  lightning-fast in close quarters and superbly accurate for the long shot. The Model Seven […]

Panfish Fishing

Fishing For Fall Crappies (Video)

Team Northland’s Gary Iskierka shows you how to find and catch fall crappies. In fall, crappies move towards their winter basins and using your electronics are the best way to not only find fish, but […]

Corteva Agriscience
Small Game Hunting

Corteva Agriscience With Pheasants Forever

Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont, today announced a partnership with National 4-H Council and Pheasants Forever. The program, Corteva Grows Pollinator Habitat, will support monarch butterfly and pollinator habitat at Corteva Agriscience locations throughout […]

Transition from Fall to Winter
Bassin' With Captain Mike Gerry

Transition from Fall to Winter

As we see the colder temperatures set in for the winter the bass will once again make some changes in their daily habits; the water temperatures will drop substantially forcing them to look for warmer […]

Fishing Tips

Fall Fishing Tips From Berkley

Coast to coast, fall offers ample opportunities to catch a variety of gamefish, as cooling water temperatures spark hot bites for everything from catfish and crappies to bass, sunfish and walleyes. To help you reap […]

Dana Benner Outdoors

A Trip to Marlow’s Bald Hill

Making one’s living from the bounty of the natural resources, to include hunting, is deeply engrained in the rich history of New Hampshire. Unfortunately, urban sprawl has taken many sections of the state away from […]

Garmin Introduces New Marine Accessories
Boat News

Garmin Introduces New Marine Accessories

Garmin International, Inc., has announced three new accessories built with the mariner in mind – the Reactor Autopilot Remote, GRID™ 20 Remote Input Device and GC™ 200 Marine IP Camera. These new accessories provide added […]

Deer Hunting

Get You Some Doe Urine

Wildlife Research Center®, the leader in Scent and Scent Elimination, introduces a product with effectiveness that lasts all season. The Select Doe Urine comes in a new 4 oz bottle and is both natural and […]

Fishing News - Salt

New Tools to Combat Lionfish in Florida

There is news on the Lionfish removal front. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) awarded $250,000 to five organizations in early 2018 to research and develop innovative methods to remove lionfish from deep […]

Top Fishing Headlines

Florida Clams a Possible Deterrent to Red Tide?

Algal blooms, including red tides, are natural occurrences. They are part of the complex life cycles and ecological balance of our marine ecosystem. However, excess nutrient pollutants, such as nitrogen and phosphorus, from human activity […]

Terry Lee Named Artist of the Year
Hunting News

Terry Lee Named Artist of the Year

Terry Lee is recognized nationally and internationally for being both a painter and a sculptor. His father, an avid hunter and fisherman, would often take Lee and his brother on adventures into the backcountry of […]

Bassin' With Captain Mike Gerry

The Fall Fishing Begins

As the water temperature drops down to the fall fishing temperatures between 55 and 70 degrees its time to understand the patterns that develop and the keys that drive the bass to the shallows. As […]

Fishing News - Fresh

Investment Group to Buy Pure Fishing

Newell Brands (NYSE:NWL) made substantial progress on its Accelerated Transformation Plan, designed to create a simpler, faster, stronger consumer-focused portfolio of leading brands and announces that it has signed definitive agreements to sell two businesses, […]

Inshore

Striped Bass Reproduction Improving

This year’s heavy rainfall did not seem to hurt spawning striped bass, as scientists in both Maryland and Virginia reported that reproduction for the prized fish was bit above average. The reproduction success of striped […]

YUMbrella Rigs
Bass Fishing

Go Small in the Fall

YUMbrella Rigs producing big results on a December day at Lake Guntersville wasn’t surprising. Far from it, in fact. The surprise to veteran Tennessee River guide and bass pro Jimmy Mason was that 13 of […]