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Bass Fishing Rigs

Below you will happen two very efficacious bass catching rigs, both of which can assist any bass fisherman experience much more catching success. The first rig, named the gang hook rig, is the best way to attendant dwell worms and other dwell bait as bait when fishing for bass. The second rig, called the contriving bubble rig, is a way for spin around fishermen to fish with an affected wing in a very effective manner. The bottom line is that both of these rigs should be gravely considered, and should be a part of any grave bass fisherman’s repertoire Read more…

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BigFishTackle.com Combines its Expansive Online Community with the LakeHousesofAmerica.com Network

Austin, TX (PRWEB) May 20, 2010

BigFishTackle.com and LakeHousesofAmerica.com have announced a strategic partnership bringing together the largest online fishing community and the most advanced lake house search platform available. BigFishTackle.com, which links to the First Light Network of over 400 outdoor websites, has added thousands of lake houses for sale. This partnership will help solidify LakeHousesofAmerica.com’s presence in the angler community.

“We are very excited to be partnered with Lake Houses of America” said Michael Hodgdon, COO of First Light Net. “We have picked up on interest in waterfront properties for sale from our visitors, and partnering with LakeHousesofAmerica.com is a natural progression for Big Fish Tackle. It will add tremendous value for our 100,000+ members.” Read more…

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Trout Fishing Tips, How to catch trout in Spring, Summer, Fall

Fishing in Northern Ontario can be one of life’s enthusiastic experiences. I have been auspicious enough in my life to have fished these trout waters for many years. I would like to share with you some of my experiences and trout catching tips for picking up what I believe is one of our greatest biological resources

Although trout catching may have its up’s and downs, with its personal set of difficulties depending on the season. Make no mistake you can be very boffo when fishing for trout in any season as abundant as you have the proper technique and the proper equipment Read more…

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Tips For Choosing Surf Fishing Tackle

Many avid surf fishermen prefer fishing rods between 7 to 11 feet long, longer rod will cast at longer distance and shorter length rod will provide greater rod control. The action of the rod which determines the power of the rod is rated as fast, medium and heavy action. I recommend beginners to use a 9 feet rod with medium action rating. This rod will have enough backbone and sensitive enough to let you catch a wide range of saltwater fish.

Your surf fishing tackle should include the saltwater reels. It is a good idea to invest in a decent quality reel, using a cheap reel with improper seal and non coated gear will not last long in the harsh surf conditions. It is a good idea to visit the fishing shop and test out a few different types of reels and rods together. Ensure that the rod and reel combo feels comfortable because you will be holding and casting it all day. Fishermen prefer using spinning and conventional reels for surfcasting, there are advantages and disadvantages to both type of reels. I prefer to use the spinning reel because I find it easier to cast heavy lures long distances. Read more…

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Learn the Basics with Fly Fishing Lessons

Fly fishing is fast becoming a famous sports and pastime. Before, it is a technique used by fishermen to have a good catch. Now, veteran fishermen and beginners alike can enjoy the activity. Fishing resorts are present in most local areas which has a body of water. Because of its relaxing effect to the body, many vacationers are now fly fishing. Fly fishing lessons are available for beginners. These lessons are mostly conducted in fishing resorts but some shops in various localities offer fly fishing lessons.

It is easy enough for beginners to enjoy and because of this even women and children can enjoy the activity. This is perfect for the whole family to enjoy. Bonding times usually happen when the family does a certain activity together. So what better way to spend the vacation but to go fly fishing? It is so easy to learn and fly fishing lessons can be done in a group. There are also fishing lessons done in a one on one basis. This type of lesson is good for those who want to learn alone and not share the attention of the instructor with other people. This way, the lessons are more personalized according to the learning needs of the individual. Read more…

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Five Crappie Jig Fishing Secrets

Many people have trouble catching crappie on jigs, especially when the fish get sulky. This will sound over-simplified, but the difference between going home empty, or filling a fish basket up is simply proper techniques for the prevailing conditions. During the spawn, anyone can catch crappie, on just about anything, but in Post-Spawn mode, crappie tend to be moody and uncoopertive.

Many times, they will suspend at a certain depth, without regard to cover, and refuse anything unless it just about swims into their mouth on it’s own. Here are some tricks that will boost your harvest next time.

First, let’s talk about equipment. If you are going to be a serious year-around crappie angler, there are a few thing you MUST have. You’ll need a boat, of some kind. It needn’t be a $14,000 Tournament boat. Any dinghy, skiff, canoe, kayak, inflatable, Jon Boat, or even a Float Tube will work in many instances. Read more…

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