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Featured Fishing Authors > George Van Zant

Bait Runner Reel and Kahle Hooks popular

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Recently my son and I participated in the Big Fish Tackle Perch Derby. No, we didn¹t win anything but for a couple of reasons I had a blast. I learned about a new, amazing, hook and I also experienced a reel that answered a 50 year old problem. I only wish...

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Featured Fishing Authors > Larry & Eric Elshere

The “Down Shot” Rig popular

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How many times have we all gone to our favorite body of water and used the same lures we have used for the past 20 years. It doesn’t matter what species of fish you’re after. Most anglers will say, “They still work”, I always catch fish on this lure. This is...

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Fishing Tackle Reviews > Fly Fishing Tackle Reviews

Amazing UHM Series Rods popular

As most of you know, I've followed the product development and growth of John Kuehn's Anglers Roost over the last decade or so. What a remarkable story; without doubt, it certainly warrants the thanks and appreciation of fly fishers who have other financial ...

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Fishing Tackle Reviews > Saltwater Fishing Tackle Reviews

A Dab A Do Ya.. Sanddab popular

The moratorium on rock cod wasn't all that bad. Besides giving the rockfish a breather it uncovered two new fishing adventures that previous to the closure weren't done. Last year in an effort to find something to replace the rock cod, skippers uncovered the...

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Ageless Anchovies popular

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Did you know the anchovies you get on your Southern California Pizzas are imported? What's more they aren't salty when they are fresh. But believe it or not they are imported from elsewhere in the world. From the tons of anchovies that are netted each year in ...

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Barracuda popular

Each spring from April to June the "Scooters" arrive in Southern California to perform their spawning ritual. Massive schools swarm from the south into waters as far north as Santa Barbara. Anglers from San Diego to Santa Barbara look forward to bagging a...

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Freshwater Fishing Articles > Salmon, Steelhead & Trout

Angling for Trout in Vermont popular

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Two kinds of things become intensely colorful in central Vermont at the end of September -- tree leaves and trout. If fall foliage season is a time of apparent dying, with just the hope of renewal in spring, it is the season of new life in the brooks and...

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Regional Fishing > United States Fishing Articles > Illinois Fishing Articles

2009 Spring Trout Season Opens April 4 popular

2009 Spring Trout Season Opens April 4 Rainbow Trout Stocked at 43 Locations in Illinois SPRINGFIELD, IL – The 2009 spring trout fishing season in Illinois will begin at 5 a.m. on Saturday, April 4, Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) Director ...

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Regional Fishing > United States Fishing Articles > Kansas Fishing Articles

Are My Fish Safe To Eat? popular

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You may have questions about eating fish caught in some Kansas waters. The good news is that it's safe to eat fish caught from the vast majority of Kansas waters. Fishing in Kansas is a wonderful tradition and family activity, and it also provides nutritious, ...

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Regional Fishing > United States Fishing Articles > Utah Fishing Articles

Alleged Utah Fish Poacher Pleads Guilty popular

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Christopher Winslow of Iron County, Utah was illegally fishing at Panguitch Lake on April 29, 2011, when a Utah Division of Wildlife Resources conservation officer contacted him. Winslow possessed an expired combination license, which he unlawfully purchased...

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