Panfish Fishing Tips From The FWC
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Panfish Fishing Tips From The FWC

A variety of panfish, or bream as they are popularly known, is available throughout Florida. Bluegill, the most common panfish, thrives in lakes and ponds, but good populations are found in rivers, particularly below dams. […]

It’s Spring - Sling String for Shad
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It’s Spring – Sling String for Shad

Perhaps nothing lights up online message boards and email inboxes of Old Dominion river anglers more than the much-anticipated arrival of spring shad from the Atlantic Ocean to Virginia’s rivers for their annual spawning run. […]

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Mitchell Fishing – Kayak Fishing Tips

In less than a decade kayak fishing has become internationally popular. From saltwater coastlines to inland lakes and streams, anglers are catching a wide range of sport fish from kayaks. If you’re new to kayak […]

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BERKLEY- Spring Run Steelhead

Spring-run steelhead can be difficult to catch in rivers when flows run high and dirty. In high water, steelhead tend to hold longer in areas of reduced current such as the inside turn on a […]

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IOWA DNR – Perch, What Do I Need?

Perch fishing does not require a wide or expensive collection of fishing gear. Most anglers use basic rod-reel combinations, although light tackle is the most popular. Use a somewhat stiffer 6 to 6 1/2 foot […]

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Lindy: Top Spring Pike Tactics

The best fishing for northern pike is going on right now. For quantity and quality, there is no better time than spring for catching these toothy trophies. From the early days of the post-spawn period […]

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Fishing Tip – Snug or Swinging

Anglers who present jigs vertically commonly embrace one of two opposite philosophies for tying on jigs. But each method has definite merit. Some anglers prefer a knot that can be cinched tight. That allows the […]

Two-Timing Steelhead Rig
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Two-Timing Steelhead Rig

It was co-worker Jarod Higginbotham who turned me onto the Two-Timing Steelhead Rig when he hooked two fat steelheads, in just a few casts, on this double rig suspended under a float while drifting his […]

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Boy Howdys For Early Season Bass

“This is my new favorite topwater lure,” Tim Mann said, showing off a Chrome/Black Boy Howdy before casting is just past a stick-up beside a seawall in a canal. Mann, who is long-time tournament bass […]

MyFWC - Shiners and Structure For Bass
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MyFWC – Shiners and Structure For Bass

Lake Istokpoga has become one of the most productive trophy bass lakes in the country following major habitat enhancement programs by the FWC. Anglers can be extremely productive fishing this revitalized habitat using shiners, if […]

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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 […]

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Mepps for Musky

Early season musky fishing requires long casts with slow retrieves. Cold-water means musky are lethargic and in the shallows where they find warmer water. Keeping your distance is necessary as these shallow-water fish spook easily. […]

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Bio-Inspired Topwater Shines

“Shiner” is the common name for one of the most widely distributed, and certainly one of the most important, freshwater forage groups. Supporting gamefish populations throughout North America, the slender, silvery shiner is found in […]

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TTI Blakemore

It’s summertime and the kids are out of school. It is time to get them involved in the outdoors. Take a kid fishing. You know I have always encouraged this. It is vitally important. Well, […]

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Denali Rods Pro Tip

When Denali Pro Dennis Tietje isn’t chasing Bass on the FLW tour, you can find him on the hunt for Crappie at the legendary Toledo Bend reservoir. Fishing for Crappie in and around the spawn […]

Whistler Jig By Northland
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Whistler Jig By Northland (Video)

The Whistler Jig® helped put Northland on the map. As one of the company’s original products, the Whistler Jig® showed that Northland produces jigs “Made by Fishermen for Fishermen”. Its innovative design incorporates a propeller […]

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Top casting tips for carp fishing

Without doubt one of the most important skills we carp anglers have to have is the ability to place our hook baits as accurately as possible. It doesn’t matter if we are fishing under our […]

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It’s A “Game Changer”

Everyone knows what a spinner, jig, or crack bait are. We even know what an Alabama rig or chatterbait are. But this one will get you and it’s a Game Changer. Minnesota’s Snyder’s Lures is […]

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Power Trolling for Pike

Name a fish species that grows big, is exceptionally powerful, has an aggressive nature and is abundant throughout their natural range. The answer is the northern pike and while these fish have all these attributes […]

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Butterfly Blade Super Death

NORTHLAND’S NEW BUTTERFLY SUPER DEATH® COMBINES UNIQUE, FISH-CATCHING FLASH AND VIBRATION WITH SLOW-DEATH RIGGING! Northland Fishing Tackle unleashes a swarm of killer spinner rigs on the walleye world with its new Butterfly Super Death setup. “Slow […]

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WHY USE STEELSHAD LURES

The magic of this one-of-a-kind blade bait lies in it’s distinctive, timeless construction. The Original 3/8 ounce is popularized by smashing freshwater largemouth and smallmouth bass. For over ten years it’s success rates prove time […]