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For anglers, dealing with the sun and hot temperatures is part of summer fishing. Like most things outdoors, one's comfort and safety in hot weather are directly related to planning…
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    White mist swirled over the emerald green waters of Virginia's Leesville Lake, we raced toward the frothing commotion of churning gamefish and frantically skipping shad. Cutting the outboard…
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When it comes to freshwater angling, weeds play an extremely important role in the livelihood of a fish. They provide shelter, oxygen, ambush points, and a smorgasbord of baitfish — more…
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Ponds and small lakes don't just harbor little bass. Many also hold some giants, and these fish get that way because most anglers focus their efforts on larger, more renowned…
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No form of angling can match float fishing for providing a mixture of adventure and quality fishing combined with aesthetic and spiritual rewards. Drifting gently in the flow past ever-changing…
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You don't have to be a pro to fish like one!  A great place to begin learning the basics is the Bass Pro Shops Fishing 101 guide. This site features…
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If you're looking to extend your fishing time and aren't afraid of the dark, working the night shift on your local lake can bring some eye-opening surprises. The fish can…
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Learning to effectively fish cover is a fundamental angling skill. In this article, I'll overview some common types of cover found in lakes and river systems and share tips on…
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If you're looking for a change of pace from the usual bass, trout and panfish fare, here's an overlooked gamefish you might want to have a go at — the…
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Smelt Fishing Tackle and Techniques

Wednesday, April 23 2014 6:00 am - for General Fishing
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If you've ever traveled around the shores of Lake Michigan or Lake Superior during late April or early May, you may have seen a dazzling array of beach fires and…
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