Entries for 'sweetmaster44'
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.
Ontario Drive & Gear, the world renowned amphibious vehicle manufacturer, is proud to announce the launch of the 2009 ARGO 8x8 AVENGER 750 EFI and the 2009 ARGO 6x6 FRONTIER 650. These two outstanding amphibious, all-season, multi-passenger off-road vehicles are a sportsman’s dream come true.
Learn how walleye ace Steve DeZurik catches numbers of post-turnover walleyes by slow-trolling suspending stickbaits at night.
Night fishing during the fall full moon phase is your chance to catch the biggest muskie of the year. Read Steve Scepaniak's tips for autumn muskies.
You saw the pictures, you knew flatheads were famous for feeding on almost anything, and you shook your head in disbelief. But you never knew the true story behind the photo of the huge cat with a basketball stuck in its mouth, did you?
Dahlberg spills his hard-won river secrets.
Don't fly fish? Expert fisherman Larry Dahlberg says that's a mistake. Dahlberg writes, "Every single human being I have ever met who has become skilled with all kinds of tackle, and is therefore qualified to judge, agrees. Hands down. Fly rodding is the most fun way to fish..." Read why here...
I know lots of anglers who are instantly turned off by the mere mention of trolling. To many, it might be considered the polar opposite of fly fishing. But, truth is, those anglers who are yearning for a fish they can cast to might save lots of time and catch more fish by first locating a bunch by trolling, then resorting to their more preferred methods.
If it is presented properly, live bait is ALWAYS the most effective way to make a fish BITE. Yes, I said ALWAYS. And I DIDN'T say hook or catch, I said BITE.