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Many of today’s anglers rely on electronics and digital gadgetry to locate fish and to pinpoint productive fishing areas. But perhaps best and least expensive fish locator is your eyesight’s ability to spot birds’ working the fishing grounds.
For easy freshwater fishing and a relaxing time on the water, try fishing a live minnow or small panfish. For some simple fishing from bank, bridge, pier, boat or even when wet-wading, hook the bait and carefully cast it into open water. Make the cast slowly so as to not snap the bait off of the hook.
Watch as Capt. Tadd Vandemark explains and beautifully demonstrates how to catch late season Tarpon off Florida's Gulf Coast.
There are so many different areas we can focus on to improve our chances of having a successful day on the river. One of the most important areas is casting and the ability to adapt to different situations. One casting technique, that is a must for your arsenal, is the roll cast.
How did you learn to fly cast? Most of us, myself included, either had a rod around the house or bought one and then gave it a shot.
You don’t need all of the latest gear and fancy equipment to be a successful fly fisherman. It actually takes very little to get started but it’s addictive.
As anglers, we are always looking to challenge ourselves when in search of our finned quarry. With traditional spinning gear, …
One of the great strengths of fishing from a kayak is that you can be astronomically stealthier than you can be from a powerboat. If you don't think that being stealthy when fishing is that important, try putting your head underwater and tapping your kayak with a paddle or fishing rod. The goal of this article is to help you understand what types of things you should do to become deadly silent in your kayak.