March 2014

Tic,Tack,Toe! – Finding The Sweet Spot

by Jay Samsal This winter has definitely been a little out of the ordinary, for more reasons than one. For as long as I can remember, I have spent as much time on the ice as possible, in search of the next big bite or surprise “honey hole” on our lakes in Sunset Country. But these past few months haven’t exactly been ordinary. Let’s take out the fact that since early
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EZ Angler Reader Profile: Jermaine Davis

by Brent Watters - EZ Angler likes to catch up when possible with our followers and learn about their interest in fishing and ask what tips they have for other EZ Anglers. This time we caught up with Jermaine Davis of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Some of you may have seen some of Jermaine’s awesome lunker catches on our EZ Angler Facebook and Instagram pages. How did you get into fishing? I’ve
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Bringing The Outdooors Indoors – The Furniture of Donald Erickson

by Brent Watters Combine a love for fishing with some creativity, ingenuity and some good handyman skills and what do you get? Beautiful handmade custom made furniture that would be the pride and joy of any angler or outdoor enthusiast. The furnishings created by Donald Erickson of dderickson.com furniture. EZ Angler had a chance to catch up with Donald to learn to learn more about this
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Jacob Powroznik’s POW’r Tips

by  Jacob Powroznik There are three phases of spring fishing that every angler lives for, the pre spawn, spawn and the shad spawn. While each of these three phases can make for a great day on the lake, the shad spawn can be one of the best times to go fishing. The shad spawn is an interesting thing, it’s kind of like natures way of taking care of the bass. The bass have worked hard spawning,
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Are You Sharper Than Your Hook – Keeping Your Hook Sharp

by Eric Moynihan Have you ever set your hook, ready to pull what could be the big one that legends are made of only to end up reeling in no story at all. One thing many anglers neglect is care for their fishing hooks and it may be costing them. Hook sharpening is probably the single most neglected best practice in all of fishing. Repeated snagging catches havoc on hooks. If you fish brush
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Selecting the Right Kayak w/ Ty Sutherland of 30milesOut

EZ Angler’s Brent Watters catches up with Ty Sutherland host of 30MilesOut  to get some need to know tips on selecting the right kayak, accessories and how to get your yak ready for some fresh or saltwater fishing. Ty  has been fishing for most of his life… With a back ground in music and art, Ty has always been a performer and entertainer with careers as a recording artist and
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EZ Angler Looks at the New Solar Juggin Jug & Solar Light system

EZ Angler checks out the Solar Juggin Jug & Solar Light  system, a cool jug fishing and light system entirely made in the U.S. that’s designed to provide greater buoyancy than traditional fishing jugging methods as well as lighting to easily track jugs even at night. Key Features LED Solar Powered Light – 20,000 mCd. Durable Design with PE Plastic Weighs Less Than Two Pounds Area
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The First Steps To Fishing New Water

by Eric Monyhian For all of you anglers who regularly travel to places, on vacation or fish tournaments, that might bring you to unfamiliar water, you’re probably familiar with that funny feeling you get when you launch your boat; “What Do I Do Now?” Well, to offer some empathy and advice, there are several steps you can take to subside this all too familiar problem, many of
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