As you begin or look to finish up your Christmas shopping and are in need of that perfect gift for a family member or friend that is an avid angler, or looking to put something underneath the Christmas tree for yourself, then here are some helpful suggestions for you to make Christmas shopping easier for you this Holiday season.
Glenn Walker breaks down fishing line and lets you know what fishing line is the best for different situations and why.
As the saying goes, “he who dies with the most toys wins,” throughout our lives we make a living to be able to buy those toys we want. For me those toys are 99 percent fishing related. Since I am an avid tournament bass fisherman my collection of tackle, rods and reels could allow me to open up my own tackle store.
I recently fished the FLW Event on Lake Chickamagua. Watch the viedo below to see what baits worked for me during the event.
We’ve all been there at some point on a fishing trip, you are just absolutely hammering the fish and you start to lose power to your trolling motor or worse yet, your starting battery.
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Anglers put so much thought into what lures and rods they are going to bring on their next fishing trip, they usually forget about the essential items that all anglers should keep in their boat. Take a look at my top ten items all anglers should keep in their boat, so simple problems can be avoided and your day fishing, stays that way!
Finally April is here and open water is in sight for this Minnesota angler, thus me spending more time in my boat is becoming a common occurrence. I get asked numerous times what I like about my boat and how I have it set up and organized.
For those fortunate anglers that live in areas where Mother Nature is less harsh during the winter months, their boats and lines never stay dry throughout the year, but for anglers like myself up in Minnesota, I have an “off-season.”
No matter how many soft plastic baits are out on the market or in your tackle box, they are worthless without a good hook.