Strategies for Better Ice FIshing

Ice fishing is a lot more amusing when you are catching fish instead of sitting on the ice freezing your butt off wondering where the fish are. These suggestions can aide you in locating fish under the ice, even if no one else is catching any. These tips are not about locating any particular species of fish, but provide insight into the general locations of a variety of species of fish at
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Jackson Kayak’s Bite Fishing Kayak to be Available in December

Jackson Kayak, has introduced the Bite fishing kayak, which is expected to retail for $799. The company says with the trend in price-point fishing kayaks tending towards compromise in hull quality, performance, gear management, and comfort the new Bite fishing kayak doesn’t cut corners. The Bite kayak is expected to be available sometime in December (18′) just in time for X-mas. With an
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Rod Selection Made Easy

Here is a simple but insightful visual guide to selecting the right rod for the job (whether fishing is your job or not).     Source: Fix.com Blog
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KastKing Releases MegaJaws Baitcaster

KastKing, a division of Eposeidon, Inc., introduced a baitcaster fishing reel series named MegaJaws. KastKing MegaJaws shark concept reflects the sense of speed, power and value of the product, the company says. The KastKing MegaJaws baitcasting fishing reel series brings the elements of creative visual design through its shark inspired teeth together with a unique color matched system that
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Guinness Now Serving Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout

Brewed in Dublin. Aged in Baltimore. That’s the transatlantic teamwork Guinness revealed recently to promote its Stout Aged in Bulleit Bourbon Barrels. The brewer’s latest experimental beer to come out of its new American home features its Dublin-brewed Antwerpen Stout aged for eight months in Bulleit Bourbon barrels at the Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House in Baltimore.
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Understanding the Craft Brew Craze

There have been a number of trends that have come into vogue over the last couple of decades, and perhaps one of the most significant of these has been the emergence of craft beer brewing. Even though there have been some very prominent names in the beer industry for many decades, a select few individuals decided to blaze their own path & make the kind of beer that they’d been
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Winter Fishing Tips and Tactics

    By Mike Cork  Fishing through the winter months can be very rewarding for a number of reasons. Cold temperatures keep fair-weather anglers home and hunting seasons lead many anglers to trade lakes for the woods. Winter is also the time of year when most freshwater species group up. The result: more fish for cold-weather anglers. During the coolest months of the year,
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Keep Your Bait Color Selections Simple

by Jeremiah T. Bagwell In our world of endless choices, you can walk down the aisles of any tackle shop, scan the pages of lure catalogs or point and click on any tackle website and choose from hundreds of colors available for each and every lure style. While the power to choose is great, it may serve as a huge and overwhelming distraction to novice anglers. I recommend that anglers who are
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Understanding The Types of Tequila

by Melissa Blanco – There are two basic types of tequila – 100% blue agave tequila and mixto. The 100% blue agave tequilas are distilled entirely from the fermented juice of the agave. 100% agave tequilas are required to be distilled and bottled in Mexico. If your bottle of Tequila is not clearly marked as 100% blue agave, the tequila is mixto and may have been distilled from as
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