April 1, 2014

Luke Clausen’s Top 5 Tips to Fish Care

by Luke Clausen Catch and release is just the beginning to taking care of a fishery. How you handle the fish from the time you catch it to the time you release it can still kill the fish. By practicing safer catch and release practices we can all make our fisheries better. While I am not a biologist, I have heard enough to know there are good and bad ways to handle fish. Here’s five tips to
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Cody Ryan Greaney Reviews The TFO Gary Loomis Signature Series rods

Cody Ryan Greaney, Professional Angler and host of the The Outdoor Zone – 104.9 ESPN Austin, discusses the Temple Fork Outfitter’s Gary Loomis Signature Series rods. Cody explains the  combination of new, high-tech materials to give these rods the optimum mix of power and sensitivity. Company Description “Gary’s one-piece Signature rods are a rich motor oil with
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Top 5 Spots for Finding Bass Quickly

by Tom Redington We all have our favorite lakes that we fish all the time and know dozens of secret honey holes.  Most of these sweet spots took lots of scouting to find, a luxury you don’t have on a new lake.  Following are my top 5 spots to help you find bass quickly the next time you’re on a new lake trying to find a few fish or if you’re in a tournament and need 1 or 2 more keepers to
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Late Winter – Early Spring Patterns…Fish Or No Fish….It’s Up To You

by Aaron Crippen For any tournament angler who says that its easy to go out and pattern fish after the dramatic cold fronts we have seen this year on many lakes is not wrong but it is definitely not easy. The patterns we have been so used to doing this time of the year are being pushed back and we are still seeing some of the coldest weather conditions that this country has seen in over 60
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Casting Out the Devil: In Pursuit of the Northern Pike

by Eric Moynihan  - Although not a mythical beast, the Northern Pike is a fish that legends are made of. Anyone who has had the pleasure of battling a fish so strong, so mean, baring a mouth full of teeth that can cut any angler’s hand to the bone can attest to why some liken the Pike  to some demon fish. The Northern Pike is a carnivorous creature taking in frogs, mice, ducklings, other Pike
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