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Evening Secret Blog – Fishing Pictures Online

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Do you like fishing and do you own a digital camera? If you do there are several good services on the internet were you can upload your fishing pictures for others to see.

Maybe one of the largest fishing picture sites is My Fishing Pictures. This web site has a fishing forum also. This active fishing online community has nearly 10 000 members and 80 000 pictures. The pictures are divided into categories like saltwater, freshwater, trout, bass etc.

Another picture service for fishermen and wom…



Back in high school we used to write book reports, essays and other things in order to learn the process of conveying information to others. That same skill applies to creating web sites. You are writing an essay on why a fisherman should use your service. There are both positive and negative aspects of this new medium. You have many more tools at your disposal. These tools can assist in conveying your message or if you are not careful these tools can distract your visitors from the message you …

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February 29, 2012 at 8:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Hunting and Fishing: I Gear Up for Ice Fishing

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On Saturday at the Arctic Circle? I talked with a man who had just got back from ice fishing at Gray?s Landing on Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir. He had four fish from two to four pounds, rainbows. The wind had come up blowing him and his son of the lake at 35 miles per hour. When we left the ?cuisine center? of our small town, he asked my wife and me if we would like some fish. I like to catch my own fish and my wife doesn?t like trout so I said, ?No.?A girl in my Sunday School class told me that…


Can you tell me some facts about largemouth bass for my school project, please
Can you tell me some facts about largemouth bass for my school project, please? There is so much to share about largemouth bass, but not sure what your project entails. I can give you some basics here. I also suggest you go online to get plenty great facts that can make your project very educational. […]

Arkansas bass fishing tournaments
There are some really spectacular bass fishing tournaments that take place in the state of Arkansas. If you live in this region then you should be finding out about them so you can attend. You may want to travel to this area so that you can participate in some of them as well. The internet […]

sometimes I see but cant catch em why cant I
sometimes I see but cant catch em why cant I ? It is frustrating when you can see fish, but they aren’t even the least bit interested in what is on your line. There can be several reasons for this. First, the fish may not be hungry. Find out the best time of day, or […]

Are you a member of a catfish club?
At this time, I am not a member of a catfish club. However, there are some excellent ones out there with plenty to offer. If you enjoy fishing and want to learn more about it, then this can help you tremendously. It could be a way to connect with many others that share your same […]

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February 29, 2012 at 1:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Fishing for Rainbow Bass on Lake Gatun, Panama

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I had the chance to go fishing on Panama?s Lake Gatun recently. Located in the canal, and in fact compromising much of the natural section of the Panama Canal, Lake Gatun is a tropical paradise. Rich with wildlife, its beauty and seemingly untouched waterways and islands are in sharp contrast with the cargo ships, car carries, military destroyers and Panamax that are cruising through the canal. It was overcast when we arrived at the dock in Chames to board our 15 foot, 25 horsepower skiff. Our c…


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February 28, 2012 at 5:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – What You Need To Know Before Purchasing A New Fishing Boat

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While you choose the right boat; try to answer the following two questions:a) Which kind of fish will you be fishing?b) At which place will the fishing take place?Be sure to make a quality check of the carpet and the compartment. They can be either of fiberglasses, metal or plastic. Closely examine small but essential details such as the 1000 GPH bilge pump. Also be sure that the wiring is of 6 gauges instead of 8 or 10 gauges. These minute details are important because if the wires were heavier…


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February 28, 2012 at 12:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Fishing Guide Advice, Reviews and Tips

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We are looking for fishing guide partners in all areas of the country and even the world to provide editorial content for the appropriate section of this site. In return for these tips, advice, equipment reviews and news, your contact and service description including any desired logo or picture will also be included along with your article/s and in the separate Guides Pages.
In appreciation for your early contribution and one new article or tip annually to this new website your contact informat…


Osama bin Laden’s secret Pakistani compound demolition completed ten months … – Daily Mail


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Osama bin Laden's secret Pakistani compound demolition completed ten months
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Osama bin Laden's former hideout where the Al Qaeda planned terror attacks is demolished by diggers… and not a day too soon 'The process of demolishing the compound on Saturday evening has been completed on Sunday night,' a senior security official
Demolition of Bin Laden's Hideout ContinuesVoice of America (blog)
Bin Laden compound razed by Pakistani forcesCalgary Herald
Pakistan completes demolition of bin Laden compoundReuters India

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February 27, 2012 at 11:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Beginning Fly-fishing Tip, Choosing your first fly rod, reel and fly line.

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Choosing your first fly rod and reel is very important. You need to have a balanced fly-fishing outfit that will match the type and size of your fish. For example, the fly rod and line need to be the same weight, #5 weight fly rod and a #5 weight fly line.
The weight and length of the fly rod will be printed on the rod just above the handle, it might read: 9′-5 weight. The weight of the fly line will be on the fly line box, a 5 weight could be shown as: WF-5-F, which would be a (Weight Forward),…



Have you ever tried the find that fantastic fishing hole that you found, last time you were out, but just can’t seem to find it again. That will never be a problem again with the Eagle IntelliMap 500C GPS navigation system. Save and plot your routes for future fun and fishing. Every fisherman out there needs an IntelliMap 500C for their next trip out. With so many features, you are sure to enjoy this system. And, it will deliver for you some of the best maps that you can ever want and need. Let’…

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February 27, 2012 at 12:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Oregon Salmon Fishing

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Who says salmon fishing are only found in Alaska and British Columbia. For those saying such, maybe they haven?t heard of the Great Lake of the East Coast. Or even the lakes of Oregon and Washington.If truth be told, too many salmon fishing runs and water sheds are being squabbled as being the best there is. While Alaska and British Columbia are undisputed to have the best salmon runs in the World, other areas are slowly evolving into salmon hotspots as well. Like in Oregon and how rewarding an …


Southern Michigan anglers should stay off ice
The DNR says the warm weather has been ideal for great steelhead fishing. SOUTHEAST LOWER PENINSULA Lake Erie: Walleye anglers are fishing Brest Bay with reef runners and deep diving husky jerks. Shore anglers at the Metro Park Marina caught

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February 26, 2012 at 7:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Ever Tried Spearfishing?

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Spearfishing has turned into a popular sport around the world. It has enthusiasts from the United States to Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Africa, and many other destinations including colder climates. The act of spearfishing requires that a diver be submerged underwater, either on a breath of air (commonly called “freediving”) or using scuba equipment. While underwater, the diver uses one of a variety of spearing devices to capture their prey.Some common spearfishing devices are spearguns, pole…


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February 24, 2012 at 3:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Lake Ontario Salmon Fishing – Read Before You Go!

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Lake Ontario salmon fishing is a huge sport in itself and big business. Reeling in these monsters is also great fun for anyone to take part in.The Lake Ontario salmon fishing year starts out in spring and lasts into summer. Salmon are over deep water, 200′ to 500′, during these two seasons. Trolling 20′ to 100′ down is usually needed to catch these bait-fish-feeding wanderers of the deep. You’ll usually want to use a down-rigger set up, but if the fish are high in the water column, a Dipsy diver…


More than just a walleye fishing mecca?
BAUDETTE — This ice-fishing season, it has seemed very much like a foreign land. Yes, Lake of the Woods sometimes feels far away, far removed. And, depending on your whereabouts on the American side, a foreign land is just a short snowmobile

In the Outdoors: Walleye fishing in the mountains or— On the coast?
A recent press release from the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission makes anglers in our state aware of some prime fishing spots for the fabled walleye. Several reservoirs in the western part of North Carolina are mentioned in the release as being

Area fishing, skiing and snowmobiling report
Small sucker minnows are producing walleyes on Fish Hook Lake and Potato Lake in 25 feet of water. Northern pike are hitting in 14 feet on Big Mantrap Lake, while Upper Twin Lake and the Crow Wing Chain are producing bluegills in 9 to 12 feet.

Hand-Battered Perfection – Culver’s North Atlantic Cod Delights
It’s the best fish sandwich in the business.” Another guest-favorite, Northwoods Walleye, joins North Atlantic Cod starting February 20, just in time for Lent. Culver’s tender and crispy Northwoods Walleye is available for a limited time only to

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February 24, 2012 at 7:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Striped Bass Fishing Exposed

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This article is not just about filling pages on the website. This article on striped bass fishing is a genuine attempt to provide you with relevant information.
If you are interested in striped bass fishing, it is certain that you must have read a lot about striped bass fishing but we would still recommend you to read this article for another perspective.
Striped Bass Fishing
How to catch striped bassIf you were hesitating to read this article thinking it would be a waste of your time, you mu…



Using a Fishing Rod Rods are basically made from carbon. Plastic, composite carbon combined with Kevlar, which is a kind of material that is bullet proof, or just high carbon. Since the carbon’s force and strength in connection to its mass is light, making it strong material that can allow thinner fabrication but still is able to keep the span and length. A rod that is lighter evidently handling will be easier, controlling it would be less tiring on ones arms and reduces resistance to air givin…

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February 24, 2012 at 12:00 am

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