Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

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Wednesday, 21 January 2015 00:00

Fishing with Braid: My Line of Choice from a Kayak

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After seeing SpiderWire® advertised in 1994, I picked up a spool of Cabela’s “Ripcord” braid - a “super” line advertised as ‘stronger than steel’ - because SpiderWire® was just too ridiculously expensive. For monster Kenai River kings, this seemed like just the ticket.

Wednesday, 07 January 2015 00:00

My Kind of Honey-Do List

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When most guys think of their favorite fishing partner, they think of a good buddy or male family member. What if I told you that your next favorite fishing partner could be your girlfriend or the woman you married?

I’ve always loved living on the Gulf Coast. Our summers are hot, but there’s always a beach or waterway nearby to help beat the heat. Spring provides great scenery in the swamps and fields as flowers begin to bring new life, and wildlife are back in full force! Autumn brings a crisp, cool relief to the summer heat, along with football, tailgating, and bonfires. Our winters are usually quite mild compared to the northern states.

Wednesday, 24 December 2014 00:00

Online Fishing Tournament Tips

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With the onslaught of “live” kayak fishing tournaments, there is also another element of competition that can be just as exciting - the “online” fishing contests offered worldwide. Kayak Wars seems to be the leader of these online contests and is very well represented in many countries. Most are either free, or require a low entry fee that usually supports a cause.

Wednesday, 17 December 2014 00:00

Floating Jigs for Metalheads

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A number of years ago, there was a revolution in steelhead fishing: the simple marabou jig. Suspended in the water by a float, jigging steelhead is a surefire way to get into the fish. Fishermen started leaving their rolls of lead and bait behind because simple jigs were picking up fish. Bad fishermen were catching steelhead with jigs. Good fishermen were catching a ton of steelhead on jigs.

Tuesday, 02 June 2009 07:03

Focusing on Deep Water For Big River Bass

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The truth of the matter is that dink bass can be caught virtually anywhere on a The truth of the matteris that dinkbass can be caughtvirtually anywhereon a river.If you are fishingfor dinks,you can stopreading now. Forthose that seekthe power anddrama that a bigbass provides,read on.If you are specificallytargetingbig fishthere are certainsections you’llneed to
Friday, 05 June 2009 05:04

The Art of Wading

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\r\n \r\n\r\n\r\nBy John Japuntich AKA Sumtershoaliefan\r\nWading the shoals and fishing By John JapuntichAKA Sumtershoaliefan Wadingtheshoals and fishingfor black basscan be one ofthe most enjoyableand productivemethodsof river fishing.Whether yourquarry is redeyebass, shoalbass, spottedbass, smallmouthbass oreven largemouthbass, wadingthe shoals atcertain times
Friday, 07 August 2009 06:44

Remove the Skunk with a Worm…

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...By:  WaderJon\r\n\r\nHow many times have you made a trip to the river in hopes o...By:  WaderJon Howmanytimes have youmade a trip tothe river in hopesof having a dayof repeated topwater blow upsand rod jarringspinner baitstrikes only tofind that the fishwere just notin the mood? That’swhy I alwayshave a wormor soft plasticcraw tied onfor just such occasions.
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