Fly Fishing: 6 Sight-Fishing Tips for Shallow Water Trout

by Kent Klewein  – Fly fishing during the fall and winter months can really open the door to some great sight-fishing opportunities for fly anglers targeting trout. Generally, most of our wadable trout streams run low and clear from the lack of rainfall this time of year. If you keep your eyes peeled for trout and wade with extra stealth, there’s always a good chance to sneak up and
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5 Things You Need To Know Before Smallmouth Fishing in NY

By Jim Root – If you’re like most people you’ve probably heard stories of how legendary the smallmouth bass fishing is in NY. From Ontario, Erie, St. Lawrence, Oneida, Champlain, Cayuga, Susquehanna, you can find yourself hooking up with smallmouth in the 5-7+ pound range on every trip if you know what to look for, what to bring, and what to expect. Come unprepared, however,
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Icing for Panfish

By Vincent J. Hytry Winter is here in southeast Wisconsin and that means it’s time for ice fishing. With the early ice upon us, the focus is on panfish and to find these fish you must think shallow, real shallow (1.5-5ft). The search for panfish begins by looking for protected bays, channels or back waters off river systems and if they contain green weeds, wood or other cover it’s all the
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Ish Monroe Offers Apology Statement Regarding Southern Open Lake Toho Incident

B.A.S.S. disqualified two anglers who tussled following Day 2 of the Lake Toho Bassmaster Southern Open tournament on Lake Tohopekaliga, Fla. Ish Monroe, and Keith Poche, were disqualified from the Open based on an investigation of an incident. Additional penalties for both anglers may be imposed pending the outcome of additional investigations that are ongoing. Based on the initial
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Orlando is the 2015 Destination for the Global Sportfishing Industry – ICAST

Now is the time to mark your calendar for the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades, better known as ICAST, the world’s largest sportfishing trade show. Produced by the American Sportfishing Association (ASA), the trade group that represents the sportfishing industry, ICAST will be held July 14 – 17, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. From buyers to media
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EZ Angler Featured Wading Babe Aubrey Brooks

Through her images it’s easy to see how Aubrey caught the eyes of the EZ Angler crew.She has been featured by Playboy’s Miss Social, been  Hustler Honey, appeared on Jerry Springer and graced the pages of magazines. Whether she is on the water cranking out a catch or in front of the camera, Aubrey takes the spotlight. Meet EZ Angler’s newest Featured Wading Babe Aubrey.
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Livingston Lures Introduces MultiTouch Sound Baits

Livingston Lures revolutionized the world of hard baits in 2004 with the introduction of the original EBS Technology and EBS-powered lures, which produced the sound of an actual baitfish in distress. EBS MultiTouch takes it even further, now allowing anglers to “program” the sounds their baits make, with four different settings that change the sounds emitted from EBS™ Original
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The Truth About Light Beers

By Larry Austeen –  Many people like to drink light beers because they really believe that they can get some “health benefits” by drinking a beer with lower level of calories. Some people even drink light beers because they like the flavor and lightness. It’s worth to look at how some light beers are made. A lot of breweries add enzymes, generally resulting from fungi
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Why Jig fisherman choose Dobyns rods.. and you should too

By Rob Edwards- Over the past 2 seasons I have dedicated a good portion of my time on and off the water to improving my skills as a jig fisherman. It is something I came to late in life, and I still have a lot to learn. A major part of this learning includes finding the best jig for the job, and even more importantly the best jig rod. I could sit here today and go over the rods and jigs I use
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