April 2013

Rapala Scatter Rap

  Company Description: The erratic Scatter Rap® perfectly mimics a spooked baitfish fleeing attack. But unlike in nature, this one doesn’t get away. We start with classic balsa body shapes, then add our new Scatter Lip™ to create the most evasive, erratic, aggressive sweeping action ever seen.   EZ Angler Review Rapala put a good amount of marketing behind the pre-launch of the new
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Döllnitzer Ritterguts Gose – Brauhaus Hartmannsdorf GmbH

by Stefan A. Scott  -  The truth that one ought not drink from the bottle straight, is illustrated here, where one would simply miss out on the complexities of flavor, rendering the simple joy of imbibing this lacking. From the bottle, it pours a medium golden orange brown with a thin foamy white head. Not much lace clings to the glass and the appearance shows a wheaty haze, but with bright
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Three Floyd’s Robert the Bruce

By EZ Angler Staff - Indiana-based Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub’s Robert the Bruce ranks amongst one of our favorite Scottish Ales. Delivered by an over the top group brewers looking for the right balance but always something different, Robert the Bruce has a pleasant but not overpowering fruity aroma with almost a hint of coca. This full sided, medium bodied beer pours a deep, dark
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KVD Strike King Slash Bait Jerkbait 4 3/4 inch (three hook)

  Company Description: Kevin VanDam spent close to two years designing and testing the new Strike King KVD Jerkbait before he got it just right. It’s unlike any jerkbait on the market with a wilder action than any other jerkbait he’s ever fished – and it flat gets bit. It has a really wide side-to-side travel on the jerk, and also has a lot of erratic wiggling and darting action. A
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Endurance Running – Strength Training for the Kayak Fisherman

By Pat Kellner (A.K.A. River Kayak Pat) Endurance is a large part of kayak fishing.  But there are two types of endurance related to kayak angling. The first type is probably what you are thinking of; the endurance to paddle long distances. If you want to improve as a tournament angler, you will need to paddle further and faster than your other competitors. This will get you to the
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“There They Are” – The Case for Polarized Sunglasses

By EZ Angler Staff -  A good pair of polarized sunglasses can be an angler’s most important gear not only because they protect eyes from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays and the occasional wild cast, but they provide a level of transparency to see activity in the water. Being given the ability to track fish and identify structures like sunken logs and even drops can be the difference in a good
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What’s in that Homemade Catfish Bait?

By Brent Watters Have you ever been fishing and witnessed someone catching all the fish? Well, when I see someone hauling in stringers full of fish I get very curious. On occasion, I have asked about their secret techniques pertaining to equipment and bait. A lot of times I will get the polite smile and response such as “just lucky today” or “you know…same ol’ stuff.”  I’ll ask what type of
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Get Ready for the Feast: Freshwater Fish Preparation Tips

By Joe Blanchard - There is nothing better than bringing home the day’s catch and preparing your freshwater feast for all to enjoy. Although catching your meal may have been fun, but no easy task, nothing spoils the moment like serving burnt or improperly handled fish.
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Create the All American Beer Hamburger

By Joe Blanchard - Basically this is a burger recipe that does not take long to put together nor has too much fluffy stuff in it and can be modified with many different ingredients depending on your tastes.
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