Entries for November 2008
I dug frantically through my tackle bag for anything that might trigger a strike. What I came up with provoked a chuckle from my fishing buddy: A neon yellow marabou jig, the same lure we’d used on crappie trips last spring.
NAFC friend, Frank Scalish, is best known for his achievements as a professional bass fisherman, but when the weather cools, the tourneys are over and the last bass has been weighed, he dons waders, grabs his fly gear and prepares to spend the fall and winter months guiding steelhead fishermen on any number of rivers.
Here are three simple options for preserving single eggs, skein chunks and spawnbags.
Dr. Hal Schramm answers a member's question on the oxygen needs of catfish.
Top pros reveal how water clarity affects bass behavior and fishing tactics.
Dogfish, carp, drum and gar get a bad rap, but they’re actually some of the hardest fighting fish that swim! Plus, they’re plentiful and virtually ignored by anglers nationwide, guaranteeing plenty of action. Learn expert advice on finding and catching these monsters.
Imagine a world without bobbers.
What are North American Fisherman's Editors resolving for 2009?
Al Lindner explains how to understand the seemingly erratic movements of suspended smallmouths.
45 things every angler should do at least once. Skills to learn, places to go, fish to catch- this article is an NAFC member's must-do list.