Category Archives: Fishing News

Fall Fishing
18 Feb
7:16

Fall Fishing

Tom Keer 9/4/2013 We’ve been losing daylight since the Summer Solstice occurred way back in June. As we move towards the Fall Equinox on September 21 we’ll find that air temperatures begin to drop. As old Mercury drops in our thermometers the colors of the leaves will change, and humidity […]

2 Freshwater Fishing Lures to Use This Fall
18 Feb
2:05

2 Freshwater Fishing Lures to Use This Fall

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Four! No, that’s a Five-Pounder!
18 Feb
8:56

Four! No, that’s a Five-Pounder!

Andy Whitcomb 9/10/2013 Golf can serve as a way to relax, have fun, and help manage stress. It can be played alone, but more often it seems, a golf outing is a social event, perhaps where business networking takes place. However, more people fish than golf and tennis combined. Maybe […]

A Fall of Steelhead
18 Feb
3:46

A Fall of Steelhead

Tom Keer 9/11/2013 Every two or three years, a wonderful fish graces us with its presence.  Steelhead, a sea-run rainbow trout, returns to the freshwater to spawn. Like Atlantic and Pacific salmon, steelhead spawn in the same area where they themselves were born. It’s a homecoming of the most dramatic proportions. […]

Don’t Put Up the Kayak Yet
17 Feb
10:45

Don’t Put Up the Kayak Yet

Andy Whitcomb 9/17/2013 Since late May in Pennsylvania, cars/trucks frequently have been sighted toting kayaks or at least roof racks. They are handy for gaining access to shallow, rocky, or weedy locations where other boats may struggle. However, with flowing water a kayak requires overcoming some logistical hurdles. Two vehicles […]

4 Things Fish Would Tell Us If They Could Talk
17 Feb
5:35

4 Things Fish Would Tell Us If They Could Talk

Debbie Hanson 9/17/2013 I’ve often heard anglers talk about effective fishing techniques and say that, “in order to catch fish, you have to think like a fish.” I have to say that I’m on board with this concept. For example, if I was a big hungry bass, I might be […]

Getting Started Fishing is Easier Than You Think
17 Feb
12:35

Getting Started Fishing is Easier Than You Think

Tom Keer 9/19/2013 I learn something from everyone, and these days I have been learning a lot from my kids.  School started recently and every day they are faced with learning something new.  Most of the time they tackle it head on, and I am impressed with their focus and […]

5 Space Saving Ideas for Kayak Fishing
17 Feb
7:25

5 Space Saving Ideas for Kayak Fishing

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Make Someone Fall for You Hook, Line, and Sinker
17 Feb
2:16

Make Someone Fall for You Hook, Line, and Sinker

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Bow Fishing
16 Feb
9:15

Bow Fishing

Andy Whitcomb 9/25/2013 Photo credit bowhunting360.com September 28 is National Hunting and Fishing Day. Fishing shares some similarities with hunting. Both require stealth, scouting, and good aim. Bowfishing is a type of fishing that still requires a fishing license but it is very similar to hunting. However bowfishing is only for […]