Add a small round split shot to turn a dry fly into a wet fly or just to get that wet fly down to the fish faster. Some place shot at the eye; others space it out six inches. Bouncing a high floating fly like a Elk Hair Caddis along bottom is sometimes effective too.
Three priests were fishing on a boat when they ran out of bait. The first priest got up and walked across the water to get some more bait. After 2 hours they ran out of bait again and the second priest said he would go get more bait…so he got up and walked across the [...]
Fresh catfish have been a favorite at the dinner table for centuries. Nothing will get them there faster than this simple Water Gremlin Catfish Rig. Place the proper size Egg Sinker on your line and attach a small barrel swivel. Tie a 36″ leader to the swivel and attach a treble hook to the other [...]
Some fish, like sharks, don’t posses an air bladder to help keep them afloat and must either swim continually or rest on the bottom.
What Fish Don’t Want You to Know: An Insider’s Guide to Freshwater Fishing By Frank Baron This fishing book was written by a fisherman with over 40 years of angling experience. It’s loaded with… • plenty of pictures and illustrations • how to instructions • tricks, tips and techniques • common sense advice • some [...]
The Complete Book of Fishing Knots “The Complete Book of Fishing Knots” is an easy-to-follow book by Geoffrey Budworth. Learn how to tie 80 knots through diagrams and explanations. Paperback. 160-pages.
Pike and muskies are both classified as cool-water fish, but there is a definite difference in the water temperature they prefer, especially among the larger members of each species. Pike more than 30 inches long favor water temperatures from 50 to 55 degrees, while muskies prefer temperatures of 67 to 72 degrees. Another big difference: [...]
Bass Wisdom By Homer Circle Bass Wisdom is written by Homer Circle, who has over 50 years of bass fishing experience under his belt. You’ll be able to find information about fishing with a dozen of the deadliest types of bass lures, sounds and colors that attract bass to bite, year long tactics for all [...]
When it comes to Muskies, you’ll often have the best luck before a storm hits. This gets the fish into a more active mood. On dark cloudy days, it’s good to use dark lures. You may think it’s the opposite, but there is more success with dark on dark, light on light.
Big Book of Bass: Strategies for Catching Largemouth and Smallmouth (The Freshwater Angler) By Steve Hauge The Big Book Of Bass goes in-depth to help you understand everything that you would need to know to catch smallmouth and largemouth bass. You’ll get information about bass biology and their habitats, a layed out presentation for proper [...]