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Carp Fishing Trip
19 Dec
5:26

Carp Fishing Trip

Andy Whitcomb 7/28/2015 It is a rare body of water that does not contain the common carp, so every fishing trip could be a carp fishing trip. The presence of carp is not always a good thing but it looks like they are here to stay so we might as […]

Why Devils Lake Ice Fishing Trips are Perfect for Perch Fans
19 Dec
12:24

Why Devils Lake Ice Fishing Trips are Perfect for Perch Fans

Winter is here, but that doesn’t mean you have to stash away all of your fishing gear. Why not consider taking a Devils Lake ice fishing trip? Located in northeastern North Dakota and covering more than 180,000 acres, Devils Lake is known for being a hard water perch fishing hot […]

Fly Fishing Trip: The Colorado Rockies
18 Dec
7:15

Fly Fishing Trip: The Colorado Rockies

Tom Keer 7/29/2015 Walk through the Denver airport in July and August and your odds of seeing anglers heading out on a fly fishing trip are good. Folks from all over the country arrive in Denver and then travel throughout the state in search of trout, trout and more trout. […]

How to Determine The Best Fishing Days in August
18 Dec
2:05

How to Determine The Best Fishing Days in August

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The Great Fishing Bait Debate: Part 1
18 Dec
9:05

The Great Fishing Bait Debate: Part 1

Andy Whitcomb 8/3/2015 Which is better: live bait or artificial bait? All artificial fishing baits (lures) strive to imitate some form of live bait. Live bait is so efficient at catching fish that it is prohibited in most tournaments and banned on many waters. Despite its effectiveness, live fishing bait […]

Saltwater Fishing: Gunkholing
18 Dec
4:04

Saltwater Fishing: Gunkholing

Tom Keer 8/5/2015 “Gunkholing” or cruising in shallow waters with a wide variety of shallow-draft boats, is a perfect way to go saltwater fishing. Aluminum skiffs, flats boats, shallow draft skiffs, and fishing kayaks are popular hulls that can get into the skinniest of waters. Here are some of the […]

Family Fishing Trips in the South
17 Dec
10:56

Family Fishing Trips in the South

Tom Keer 8/6/2015 It’s starting to cool off down South, so plan a family fishing trip as the fishing gets hot. Here are some places to go for salt and freshwater fishing: Guntersville, Alabama I’ve talked about Lake Guntersville before because it’s featured in the Bassmaster Classic. The lake is […]

5 Secrets to Know When Using Artificial Bait
15 Dec
3:16

5 Secrets to Know When Using Artificial Bait

NEWSLETTER SIGNUP Sign-up to receive our monthly newsletter with interesting blogs about fishing and boating. Get fishing tips and tricks and read personal stories from anglers who live and breathe fishing and boating. Learn new fishing skills, boating resources, fishing etiquette, conservation and more. Please complete the following fields to […]

The Great Fishing Bait Debate: Part 2
15 Dec
10:07

The Great Fishing Bait Debate: Part 2

NEWSLETTER SIGNUP Sign-up to receive our monthly newsletter with interesting blogs about fishing and boating. Get fishing tips and tricks and read personal stories from anglers who live and breathe fishing and boating. Learn new fishing skills, boating resources, fishing etiquette, conservation and more. Please complete the following fields to […]

The Lionfish: A Crazy-Looking Saltwater Fish
15 Dec
4:55

The Lionfish: A Crazy-Looking Saltwater Fish

Debbie Hanson 8/16/2015 If you happen to come across a crazy-looking red or brown striped saltwater fish that has 18 venomous spines and appears to have swam straight out of a National Geographic documentary, your first instinct is probably going to be to swim in the opposite direction… until you learn […]