April 2014

How to Smoke a Cigar (and Not Look Like a Heathen in the Process)

by Anne Clarke - Not everyone in the world knows how to smoke a cigar. Even those that smoke cigars regularly do not necessarily know how to smoke a cigar. How so? Smoking cigars is like showing dogs: there is skill involved, as well as a certain beauty and sophistication. Here are some tips for how to smoke a cigar: • To learn how to smoke a cigar properly, you do not need to wear a smoking
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EZ Angler’s Featured Wading Babe: @FishingBarbie760

Fishing is a way of life is more than a saying for Barbie Meador (aka @FishingBarbie760). Introduced to fishing at a young age, this hard fishing Californian aspires to be one of the leading female figures in the fishing world. Images of her outstanding catches and beauty have already graced the pages of many social fishing websites and her passion for the water and pursuit for the next
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Will The Real Jig Head Please Stand-up

by John Boudreau Anyone who hasn’t added the “Spider Grub” technique to their repertoire is missing out on a great approach to landing big fish, especially when the going gets tough. This approach requires the combination of a jig head, and a 4” or 5” soft plastic skirted twin tail grub. The Spider Grub is fished similar to a jig, capable of being swam, dragged, suspended and even
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Boater Etiquette – Ensuring A Second Invitation

by Steve Agius So you got invited to go on a fishing boat… If you’re a non boater like me and you love to fish, that phone call is like waking up at Christmas time when you were a toddler. Your brain goes into overdrive and you ask yourself, what lures should I tie on, how many rods should I bring and the list goes on. Before you go any further you need to STOP and think about the boater.
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Calling All Carps, Calling All Carps

by Paul Beauchesne Jr  (AKA Muskie) Spring is here and rivers and ponds are really starting to show signs of life and it reminds me that I need to get my sleep in now, because in a few weeks, sleep will not be an option, unless of course I don’t want to achieve my goal of catching the biggest carp in the state this year. There is no guarantee, but I know you can’t catch fish from the couch.
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Talking North vs. South Freshwater Fishing w/Pro Angler Earnest Weathersby

Whether your casual or tournament fishing, you must always consider where you are and what your fishing for, especially when your fishing either the north or south of North America, as explained by Pro Bass Angler Ernest Weathersby.
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Competitive Advantages of Mesu Bait’s Co’s Shaky Head

MESU Baits company rep and angler Catherine Porter talks with EZ Angler about what differentiates MESU’s shaky head products.
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Feelin’ Froggy? Topwater Frog Tactics

  By Dan Wells - It’s post spawn and early summer. The water is warm and big bass are eating often. Some of the most exciting fishing you could ever have is right in front of you. Top water frog fishing! With a little patience, the right equipment and some confidence, provide to you in this article, you will be ready for hand to hand combat with big fish, heavy cover, and shallow water.
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Blue Moon Belgian-Style White

by Stefan Scott – While often-maligned, the Blue Moon White is actually a decent & drinkable offering that is readily available and nice on a summer’s evening. A product of Colorado-based Coors Brewing Company, this brew is non-filtered but pours a nice opaque-cloudy yellow with a fluffy head that holds onto some spice aroma as well as citrus. The flavor is clean and fresh, leaning
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