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Evening Secret Blog – Tactics for Fly Fishing at Night

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Some people just don’t take well to night fishing. They get disorientated, their casting begins to fall to pieces, and they may find they lose their sense of balance in the water. But for those that can deal with these problems, the rewards can be spectacular! I do a fair percentage of my fishing at night, possibly as much as half. Yes, its nice to be out in the sun, wandering up a small stream, but if you want to catch the BIG ones, then after dark is the time to go.Equipment and Flies Fo…



Recreation is an important aspect in the life of human beings. Anglers represent the major group of leisure seekers, and have a determined advantage over the other groups who make use of nature?s wonderful creatures and elements for food. Consequently, the popularity of fishing in many areas had continuously dominated the society. That is why along with its series of activities, people now realize the need for fishing lodges especially in places where fishing activities seem to never end. Amo…

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March 31, 2013 at 9:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Fishing In Canada – The French River

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Obviously the title ‘fishing in Canada’ is more broad than Rosie O’Donnell’s rear end, so let me clarify a little bit. Fishing in Ontario Canada and more specifically, The French River in Ontario Canada is something that almost anyone should consider as a vacation. As a matter of fact, not just fishing, but all outdoor activities can be found on the French River. If you’re in to camping, hiking, canoeing, water sports, hunting, or just plain enjoy solitude, the French River is hard to beat. …


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March 31, 2013 at 2:00 pm

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Evening Secret Blog – Colorado Fishing

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When anyone thinks of fishing and mountains, which usually means trout fishing, they think of Colorado. And in many cases the first thing a person thinks of is “flea flicking” (or fly fishing to the uninitiated), but traditional spin fishing is very popular as well. With thousands of rivers, streams, and lakes to spend time angling in, Colorado is a virtual fisherman’s paradise. Trout might be the fish that immediately comes to mind, but Colorado offers great fishing for many other species as…


Four tips before buying a salt water fishing boat
If you want to buy a salt water fishing boat, there are several things you need to take into consideration. You don’t want to be tossing your money away on it. You need to be proud of the boat you got and feel that it was well worth what you paid for it. Take a […]

Three Tarpon Fishing Techniques
The tarpon is an amazing saltwater species that’s challenging and fun to catch. This huge fish will put your skills to the test so be ready for a real struggle when you get one hooked. They’re not going to be reeled in without fight. The average size tarpon weighs around 40 pounds but you can […]

any tips to make me a better saltwater angler?
any tips to make me a better saltwater angler? Be very patient when you go saltwater fishing because the fish move around often. It could be several hours before you are in a hot spot. Make sure you have several types of bait with you so that you can try different ones throughout the day. […]

How to have the best deep sea fishing trip in Cabo
Deep sea fishing in Cabo is a very unique and wonderful experience. If you get the opportunity to experience it then I strongly suggest you do so. It is something that you can do alone, with your significant other, or with your entire family. To get a great trip you will always remember you need […]

Saltwater fishing secrets for Virginia – Where to go, where to find bait
Virginia is a beautiful state with many exciting things to do but fishing is one of the most popular ways to spend your free time. Saltwater fishing is fun and exciting with beautiful scenery all around you. You can have many wonderful adventures fishing these waters and if you’re just visiting, there are many places […]

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March 31, 2013 at 9:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Learn some Basic Guides on Fishing

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As you spend more and more hours and days on bass fishing, you will acquire lots of knowledge about the right lure and technique for the proper way to do this sport. The best advice most experienced and seasoned bass fishermen, is to examine the fishing conditions, ask for tips from anglers familiar with the waters you are fishing in, and finally, try many different lures and bass-fishing techniques until you discover what works most effectively to the situation, and which one you are most comfo…



When I was young, my Dad used to take me fishing. It didn’t take too many trips out on that little motor boat to learn that the ocean is a very BIG place. Even though I knew there were millions of fish swimming around, there was no guarantee that we’d go home with a bucketful at the end of the day. We would have to use a variety of bait and fishing techniques to make a catch.Marketing your business on the Internet is a lot like going fishing. There are millions of potential customers (“fish”) su…

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March 31, 2013 at 2:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Fly Fishing Lines

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Next to rods, fly lines have a significant part to fulfill for fly fishing enthusiasts. Without the proper fly line, there?s a probability that casting could turn out a disaster. But before we get to that, let?s take a look at the different components of a fly line. We mentioned that casting has something to do with the line. Also, the size of the line determines how good casting could possibly become and not by the weight of the lure. This explains why the forms and sizes of the fly lines var…


Fishing Report From The TWRA
Smallmouth fishing has been great while fishing tailspinners on drops in 25 feet of water. Crappie fishing is fair in the river on minnows around laydown brush in 10 feet of water. A few walleye are being caught near Webbs Camp, while fishing

Fishing report for Friday, March 29
There are also some shad around as well. Freshwater fishing has been decent, with crappie and chain pickerel leading the way. Bass are still holding, but once the water warms up, things will take off. Suspending jerkbaits and shallow-running

Lake Lanier fishing report: Spring patterns begin to show
The life you save may be your own. Crappie fishing is very good and there are some decent schools of fat, pre-spawn crappie in the coves. Hopefully you have practiced your casting and shooting as many of the tasty fish are around the docks.

Fishing Report
Catfish are fair on shiners. For more information, call the Honey Hole at 323-8707. Bass fishing has been best on black/blue lizards and jigs. Crappie are fair and scattered around the trees and hitting shiners and jigs. Call the Honey Hole at

Fishing report: March 28
White bass (striper) are being caught at the Gallatin Steam Plant. • Percy Priest. Crappie bite is decent. Look for brush piles. Fishing in the tail water below the dam is steady. Lots of white bass are being caught. • Tims Ford. Smallmouth

Springtime Fishing Off To A Slow Start At Roosevelt
Springtime bass and crappie fishing has been slow to get started with the recent heavy runoff from the last late winter storm. The lake has added 6 vertical feet of water with the Tonto and Salt running above normal for this time of year.

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March 30, 2013 at 10:00 am

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Evening Secret Blog – Expert Carp Fishing Baits — Natural Extracts and Alternative Proven Baiting Techniques

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There are many ways to make very successful fishing baits without using flavours!Freshwater flies, bloodworm, insect larvae, water snails, and all kinds of sea and freshwater shellfish like mussels etc, can all be incorporated into your fishing baits, giving a natural taste and crunch factor, and are available from many pet and fishing bait companies. The effect of adding ‘chitin’ based crushed shells of mussels or snails or prawns is not to be over-looked.In nature these are not only natural fo…


Rick Morris off and running … ‘er, bass fishing – The Virginian-Pilot


The Virginian-Pilot

Rick Morris off and running … 'er, bass fishing
The Virginian-Pilot
Virginia Beach bass fishing professional Rick Morris is off to his best start in several seasons. Morris, who currently lives on Lake Gaston, has finished in the money in both Bassmaster Elite Series that have taken place this season – putting $10,000

Busy weekend ahead for fishermen, hunters – Lake County Record-Bee

Busy weekend ahead for fishermen, hunters
Lake County Record-Bee
The bass fishing is improving daily and the spring wild turkey season opens Saturday morning. As the results of the Clear Lake Team Bass Tournament held last weekend showed, the bass fishing is rated good and improving. The fishermen in the tournament

Anderson: Two-fish walleye and bass limits obscure real issue on Mille Lacs – Minneapolis Star Tribune


Minneapolis Star Tribune

Anderson: Two-fish walleye and bass limits obscure real issue on Mille Lacs
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Yet the walleye restriction, lowered from four fish last year, with a vastly different harvest slot in force this year than in 2012, isn't even the wackiest regulatory lasso the DNR threw around Mille Lacs. That prize goes to its new Mille Lacs

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NHIAA adds bass fishing as a sports this spring – Conway Daily Sun

NHIAA adds bass fishing as a sports this spring
Conway Daily Sun
Karina Walsh, Let's Go Fishing Coordinator, of the Fish and Game Department and Gabe Gries also from NH Fish and Game serve on the NHIAA Bass Fishing Committee and have been invaluable with logistical and volunteer support for this event. Through

Homemade Reel Seat Shim – BassResource.com (press release)

Homemade Reel Seat Shim
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March 30, 2013 at 2:00 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…



Tattoo's Tackle, manufacturer of wooden saltwater fishing lures releases a new jointed lure for the 2006 surfcasting season. Portsmouth, RI (PRWEB) July 1, 2006 — Tattoo's Tackle, manufacturer of wooden saltwater fishing lures, releases a new jointed lure for the 2006 surfcasting season. Tattoo's Tackle begins shipments of their new Everlasting Eel to tackle shops and online stores across the Northeast. The new wooden lure features through wiring, VMC 4X treble …

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March 29, 2013 at 1:00 pm

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