Entries for November 2007
Louisiana’s Gulf Coast salt marshes support an unimaginable bounty of aquatic life, but their ability to do so literally shrinks every year, as the marsh vanishes.
Eelpout eaverage 1 to 3 pounds and vary in color from a mottled green or gray to black with a cream colored belly, with an eel-like tail.
Jigging lures don’t get much press, but smallmouth insiders know how effective they can be.
Sonar is no secret to NAFC members. It’s been an integral part of our fishing experiences for decades. Still, few anglers truly maximize its potential.
Mark Davis beefs up marker buoys with an 80-pound mono main line, a twisted wire leader wrapped with electrical tape and 1 1⁄2 pounds of lead.
"At 5 a.m., I am barely alive. Blood flows through my veins like swamp mud, and my coordination is that of a pregnant sow on a hockey rink."
Mark Sexton, Berkley's official lure tester, may very well have the best job in America. That's because, among his other duties, Sexton is charged with gathering field data on lure performance for the mega fishing-gear manufacturer.
Ranger’s big-water workhorse, the 619VS, got bigger and better for 2007.
Nitro went all out for 2007 to create a powerful bassin’ platform designed for anglers who spend a serious amount of time on the water.
Have you ever noticed that a symphony conductor's baton has a rhythmic quality like a fly fisherman false casting?