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Different Types of Fishing Lures

Fishing is somewhat unique in that you can make it as simple or complex as you want. Realistically, you can have a great day on the water with a rod, some hooks, and a bucket of worms, but if you plan on filling a tackle box so you always have something available, it’s always a […]

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Different Types of Fishing Reels

Like any sport, gaining a fundamental understanding of all the different equipment can seem daunting. Fishing in particular can seem even more difficult to grasp, as there is so much different equipment available for all sorts of fishing. As you gain experience in the sport of fishing, you will start developing a hands-on approach to understanding […]

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Fishing for Striped Bass Tips & Trick

Striped bass is well known for sports fishing, especially on the east coast of North America. Striped bass can range in size, but generally speaking, they are a very large fish that can reach up to 80lbs, maybe even more. On record, the largest striped bass caught by an angler was in 2011 in Westbrook, […]

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Fishing Techniques For Flathead

Catching a flathead is in many ways the essence of Australian fishing. With the bulk of the human population living on the east Australian coast; most of us cut our teeth on flathead. Most of us dreamed of the day we’d catch our first one – even those of us who lived nowhere near the […]

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Fishing for Muskie Tips & Tricks

Muskellunge: the fish of 10,000 casts. They stand alone in North American freshwater fishing circles as a pinnacle of sports fishing achievement. Growing in excess of 50” and 40lb; with a cavernous fanged mouth, a mean disposition and a line-burning burst of speed; it’s little wonder that anglers become obsessed. And finding them is an […]

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How to Catch Big Fish From a Pier

Piers fishing is one of the most enjoyable forms of fishing. This delightfully-simple sport gives you the chance to catch hundreds of different species without a costly boat or cumbersome gear. All you really need is a good rod and reel, some bait, and a local fishing pier. It’s one of the easiest forms of […]

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