Category Archives: Fishing News

Wild Animal Encounters
25 Apr
9:50

Wild Animal Encounters

Stephanie Vatalaro 11/30/2012 One of the great appeals of fishing is that it puts us in close connection with nature.  I’ve always said that if an angler doesn’t take time to regularly soak in the views around him/her, they’re really not getting the most out of fishing, regardless of how […]

A Nice List
25 Apr
4:49

A Nice List

Andy Whitcomb 12/4/2012 Been good this year?  Okay, well do you know any anglers who have been good?  Then here are my personal recommendations for gift ideas. Even for the crappie angler who thinks he/she knows it all (a-hem), there are enough hints, tips, and reminders in Keith Sutton’s “The […]

10 Fishing Resolutions for the New Year
24 Apr
11:40

10 Fishing Resolutions for the New Year

Kirk Deeter 12/5/2012 As one year winds down and I start thinking about the next, I always like to make a list of New Year’s Fishing resolutions.  I think it’s good for any angler to set goals, even if some (like my other resolutions of shedding a few pounds and […]

Top 5
24 Apr
6:31

Top 5

Tom Keer 12/6/2012 Most of my fishing season is spent within a few hours of my home.  I’m blessed with good access to freshwater rivers and streams where I catch trout, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and the saltwater fishing is outstanding.  Still, I try to get away from home now […]

Wade and See
24 Apr
1:32

Wade and See

Andy Whitcomb 12/11/2012 If you don’t fish often, perhaps you can get away with something like “economy vinyl stocking foot waders.”  After all, $7 sounds a lot better than a $120.  But $7 buys the bottom-half of a swamp creature novelty costume that may only last for one use, and […]

Christmas Along the Coast
24 Apr
8:31

Christmas Along the Coast

Tom Keer 12/13/2012 Winter along the coast can be very different from a Norman Rockwell Christmas card.  The climate doesn’t always lend itself to white, fluffy snow falls and cold weather plus humidity doesn’t usually form icicles on the house.  Bah, humbug!  Spice up your season with a few fun […]

4 Species for Fish Farming in the US
24 Apr
3:28

4 Species for Fish Farming in the US

According to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, The US fish farming industry is well established and diverse. The first fish hatchery in the U.S. was in Madison, Wisconsin in 1887 but there are now several thousand. Although some fish farming in USA raises recreational or ornamental […]

How To Catch Grass Carp Like a Pro
23 Apr
10:27

How To Catch Grass Carp Like a Pro

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A Few Salmon Fishing Tips for Beginners
23 Apr
5:27

A Few Salmon Fishing Tips for Beginners

Salmon are one of the most famous fish species. Noted for amazing runs from oceans or, if stocked, lakes to spawn up streams and amazing runs once hooked.  Also, they are famous for being found on menus everywhere. Among the first salmon fishing tips for beginners is identification. There are […]

Where to fish for tilapia: tips from the pros
23 Apr
12:18

Where to fish for tilapia: tips from the pros

Tilapia is a fish species that originated from the Middle East and Africa. If you are wondering where to fish for tilapia, they primarily inhabit the Southeast U.S. They are known to be great table fare for their mild taste, making it one of the most-consumed fish in the U.S. […]