Why Do You Need a Tacklebox?

A tacklebox or a tackle bag is a necessity to store your fishing lures, bobbers, and hooks. A tacklebox is a necessity to store your expensive lures. The more you fish the more expensive lures you will accumulate. I can't imagine over time having a tangled mess... Read More

The Fish Dont Care What You Wear

The fish don't care what you wear. Waders, vests and hats for fishermen are necessities to brave the elements. Waders are a must if you are planning any surfcasting or stream wading. And what you need to know about waders, no matter how much you spend for... Read More

A Big Fish Story

Ketchikan, located in southeast Alaska, is a good place to fish for halibut. Sally and John Balch live in Ketchikan and have a favorite spot nearby to halibut fish. It's a secret spot, so don't ask where it is.The Balches were fishing there one Sunday and having good luck landing... Read More

Four Fly Fishing Tips

Good Fly PresentationObviously, the goal when casting a fly is to present the fly to the fish in a realistic manner. You are trying to simulate nature here. If you are going for trout in a stream, for instance, this means a drag-free float of 36 inches over a precise... Read More

10 Fishing Gems

Fishing Gem #1 ? When Is Best?If you are in a boat and plan to anchor and bottom fish, get out there before the sun goes down and set up .Over many years, it has been noticed that a good bite usually starts 2 hours before sunrise. Use an alarm... Read More

What Has Happened to the Cod Stocks Off the Shores of Newfoundland?

The Newfoundland cod stocks. What has happened to cod fishing off the Grand Banks of Newfoundland? Several centuries ago, John Cabot, sailing under the English flag, found the richest fishing area the world would come to know. Cod stocks in the Grand Banks region off the coast of Newfoundland were... Read More

Do You Know How To Clean A Fish?

Now that you have caught your dream fish, do you know how to clean? Good job. You must be so proud of yourself. You have just landed the biggest fish of all. How do you clean it? You certainly don't want those ugly fish scales all over your wife's clean... Read More

Do You Know How to Fillet a Fish?

Finally you've caught the perfect fish. Now, do you know how to fillet your fish? You can't be happier. You have finally caught the perfect fish. Do you know how to fillet your fish? Once you become an expert at fish filleting, you probably will be asked to fillet everyone... Read More

Do you Know How to Take the Perfect Picture of Your Fish?

Nothing is better than to snap a photo of your big fish that you just caught. You've spent the day out on the lake and then you feel a pull at the line. You finally pull that big one in and you decide to get a great snapshot of... Read More

The Yellowfins from HELL!

Hi Lee Palm/Red Rooster crew(San Diego - California).. Keep my rail spot cool for me - won't you? Fishing Report from Nassau Bahamas (8-10-2000)(Thursday)(Air Temperature 92 degrees. Water temp. ? mid 80's degrees). Clear skies, no wind and burning hot sun. Caught two Yellowfins in the 60-pound range that almost... Read More

In The News:

New York Times

Protecting a Home Where the Puffer Fish Roam in Biscayne National Park
New York Times
The dispute, on one level, seems simple: Should federal officials ban fishing in 10,522 acres, or 6 percent, of Biscayne National Park, to help replenish the snapper and grouper? Or should they do as the state and the powerful marine industry want and ...

Dexter teen writes guide on fishing in Mill Creek
Heritage Newspapers
Meanwhile, Taylor had been learning to fish for many years on trips up north with his grandfather. The first time he went fishing at Mill Creek, he used a Mepps spinner, still one of his favorite lures, and caught a nice-looking fish under the Main ...
'Wild' fish make a comeback in Putah CreekSacramento Bee

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Grand Forks Herald

Definition of 'good ice fishing' is better than ever
Grand Forks Herald
Greg Power, North Dakota Game and Fish Department fisheries chief, said when reservoirs such as Froelich, Short Creek and Sweet Briar were constructed in the late 1950s and early 1960s, fishing opportunities increased, no matter the time of year.

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Florida Times-Union

For Times-Union outdoors writer, memories of bass fishing in Cuba rekindled
Florida Times-Union
One incident shows how phenomenal the fishing was. My boat partner and I were casting to a mangrove shore getting nice bass regularly, often seeing schools of 4 to 6-pounders swimming along. I spotted a solo 6-pounder in 4 feet of clear water holding ...

Minneapolis Star Tribune

Clam Outdoors: From garage business to ice fishing leader
Minneapolis Star Tribune
But Genz acknowledged he couldn't have taken the company to where it is today — a leader in the industry and one diversifying beyond ice fishing, too. Dave Osborne, 56, of Wayzata, bought Clam in 2003 and has overseen its remarkable growth. When he ...

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Fishing Report: Opportunities abound for perch fishing in area; Muskegon ...
"We have deep water perch, the same we're fishing in boats right now, but everybody can walk out and fish where they want to," he said. "You can set up your shanties and stay nice and warm. We're only cold when we walk out to the spot and when we walk ...

Indonesia Takes Tough Stance in Fighting Illegal Fishing
New York Times
After years of neglect, the Indonesian government said on Thursday that it would take a hard line against thousands of illegal foreign fishing vessels that it says rob the local industry of as much as $25 billion a year in lost catches. In recent weeks ...

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Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Genesee, Orleans counties hook up on fishing trips
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
The two-county tourism initiative was developed by retired Orleans County Tourism Director Wayne Hale and Sport Fishing Coordinator Mike Waterhouse, working with the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce. "There are 1,300 or so hotel rooms in ...

Comcast SportsNet Washington (blog)

Fishing Report: Silt on Their Bellies!
Comcast SportsNet Washington (blog)
Very cold water around 40 will make fishing slow! NBC Ch. 4 meteorologist "Weather Kim" Martucci says, “A cool start for Christmas week, then warming up with showers! Monday will be in the low 40s before warming to the 50s bringing thunderstorms on ...

Sunday Fishing Report
Captain Mike Carter continues to find plenty of nice bass on Guntersville despite the chilly weather, with fish taking swimbaits around scattered grass in about 8 feet as well as football jigs on the deep ledges of the mid and upper lake. Carter also ...

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The Low Down On Worms

We all know that plastic worms are one of the... Read More

Butterfly Jigs Create Buzz with American Fishermen

A big buzz within the fishing community that is spreading... Read More

Swimbaits Are Swimming East

What lures are 4-13" long, been used regularly on the... Read More

Gear Needed for Fishing with Nymphs

Now that we've covered what nymph fly fishing is all... Read More

Steroids Running Rampant In Fishing World

You knew it would come to this sooner or later....I... Read More

A Guide to Non-Typical Catfish Fishing Techniques - Part II

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Fort Lauderdale Swordfishing - The Perfect Fix for the Experienced Angler

If you are looking to do battle with the toughest... Read More

Why a Blacklight Will Take Your Night Fishing To A New Level

If You Have Never Used A Blacklight While Night Fishing,... Read More

Are You Interested in Alaska Trout Fishing?

For those of you that don't know, Alaska trout fishing... Read More

I Gave A Brand New Rod And Reel To An Alligator For Free

One day a friend and I decided to go fishing... Read More

Night Fishing Preparation

I have to admit this subject bores me to tears.... Read More

Fish Cooking Basics - How to Transform Those Fish You Just Caught into a Wonderful Seafood Dinner

Fish Cooking Basics I must admit that I... Read More

General Overview About Trout Senses

When fly fishing for trout, it is of crucial importance... Read More

Organization is Key to Successful Fishing

Talk to a professional angler like Kevin Schweder(2003 PWT Rookie... Read More

Introducing The Two Guys With Flys

Just when you thought you had seen it all. Just... Read More

Saltwater Fly Fishing in Washington State

When most people think of saltwater fly fishing their minds... Read More

The Major Benefit Of Night Fishing

Number One Benefit to Night FishingI think the best thing... Read More

Reviewing the New Berkley Vanish Transition Fluorocarbon Line

The visibility of the line was good. As we were... Read More

Marine News Fall 2004 - Endangered and Threatened in Florida

Our oceans are home to many marine mammals, fish, turtles,... Read More

Fishing The Henrys Fork....Bobs Secret Hole...

Meanwhile back at the Yurt...Having been humbled by "Hank's" famous... Read More

Tastes Like Chicken!

For the most part, I am an advocate for catch... Read More

The Ubiquitous Woolly Bugger

The ubiquitous Woolly Bugger, never quite spelled correctly to my... Read More

Are You Holding Your Mouth Right To Catch More Fish?

My young stepson and I was fishing at Rush Creek... Read More

Grandpas Pond

We can learn alot from kids.Last Friday, which incidently was... Read More

Fishing Alaska: The Alaskan Sampler Plate...Part I

I just recently returned from my first fishing trip to... Read More