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Ice Fishing Tackle and Tools
By: Jay Bryce | Dec 21 2011
In addition to warm clothes and waterproof boots the following gear is all you need to catch fish through the ice in the winter: A short fishing rod and a small... read more
Basic Striped Bass Fishing Tips
By: Jay Bryce | Oct 7 2011
The striped bass is highly prized for its size, battle on the line, and culinary merit. Striped bass, also known as the striper or rockfish, are... read more
Carp Fishing Tips
By: Jay Bryce | Oct 7 2011
Good carp fishing can be found in many different types of water. Many find rivers to provide some of the most challenging, but rewarding fishing. Being that many rivers... read more
Outfitting Your First Tackle Box
By: Jay Bryce | Oct 5 2011
Outfitting a tackle box can seem challenging, especially when you are in the sporting goods store with thousands of potential items to include. Understanding what kind of fishing you... read more
Fishing at New River Gorge
By: Jay Bryce | Oct 5 2011
Fishing is one of the most popular activities on the New River. The diversity of fish in its waters makes the New River an excellent warm water fishery. With proper... read more
Fall Walleye Fishing
By: Jay Bryce | Sep 22 2011
October may just be the best time to catch walleyes: catch rates are higher than at any time during the summer, the water's less crowded, the heat and... read more
Fishing for Bullheads
By: Jay Bryce | Sep 22 2011
Despite the somewhat derogatory name, these prolific members of the catfish family have earned the grudging respect of anglers all over the world. Bullheads can be depended upon to... read more
Fishing for Yellow Perch
By: Jay Bryce | Sep 21 2011
It would be tough to find a fish as tasty as yellow perch that is so easy to catch. It doesn't matter how old you are, how much fishing... read more
Fishing for Smallmouth Bass in Streams
By: Jay Bryce | Sep 21 2011
There are several ways to fish for smallmouth bass in streams. Depending on the stretch of stream you are fishing and available access, you have the option of wading... read more
Fishing for Carp
By: Jay Bryce | Jun 14 2011
In both Europe and Asia, Carp has been one of the most frequently sought sportfish for centuries, respected as much for its wariness as the strength of its... read more
Fishing in the Green Mountain National Forest
By: Jay Bryce | Jun 14 2011
HabitatThe colder mountain streams and brooks on the Forest are home to Brook Trout, which require cold temperatures and very clean water. The larger rivers, which are warmer,... read more
Fishing in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
By: Jay Bryce | Jun 13 2011
Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area has a variety of aquatic habitats, and is home to both warm-water and cold-water fish species. The Delaware River offers a chance to... read more
Fishing on Mount Desert Island Maine
By: Jay Bryce | Jun 13 2011
Acadia National Park and the surrounding area offer opportunities for both freshwater and saltwater fishing. Lakes and ponds can have several species of freshwater game fish, including trout,... read more
Fishing in Mount Rainier National Park
By: Jay Bryce | Jun 13 2011
Mount Rainier National Park isn't known for its fishing, so don't be disappointed if you fail to catch fish, or if the fish are small! Only experienced anglers... read more
Fishing In Peaceful Waters With Charters Alaska
By: Walker Wild | Jun 9 2011
For a fun fishing trip in Alaska, many operators offer fishing charters Alaska. These are guided fishing trips that provide the options of both day charters as well as... read more
Fishing Bighorn Lake
By: Jay Bryce | Jun 6 2011
Bighorn Lake extends 71 miles (114 km) through Wyoming and Montana, 55 miles (89 km) of which are held within spectacular Bighorn Canyon. The Recreation Area straddles the northern... read more
Fishing at Whiskeytown Lake
By: Jay Bryce | Jun 6 2011
Whiskeytown Lake is a lake in Shasta County in northwestern California, about 8 miles (13 km) west of Redding. The lake is in the Whiskeytown Unit of the Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity... read more
Fish of the Big South Fork National River
By: Jay Bryce | Jun 6 2011
The Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area preserves the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River and its tributaries in northeastern Tennessee and southeastern Kentucky. Encompassing 125, 000... read more
Fishing in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
By: Jay Bryce | Jun 3 2011
Great Smoky Mountains National Park has about 2, 115 miles of streams within its boundaries, and protects one of the last wild trout habitats in the eastern United States.... read more
Bull Trout Facts
By: Jay Bryce | Jun 3 2011
What is a bull trout? Bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) are members of the salmon family known as char. Char are distributed farther north than any other group of freshwater fish except... read more
Guide to Fishing in Rocky Mountain National Park
By: Jay Bryce | Jun 1 2011
Sport fishing is permitted in Rocky Mountain National Park, a protected area. Fishing activities are balanced with efforts to restore and perpetuate natural aquatic environments and life. Fishing was popular... read more
Fishing Glacier Bay Alaska
By: Jay Bryce | May 27 2011
Glacier Bay is best known for tidewater glaciers, wildlife watching, and impressive scenery, but sport fishing in the Bay can be an amazing experience. Visitors from all... read more
Native Fishes of Glen and Grand Canyons
By: Jay Bryce | May 27 2011
The native fishes of the Colorado River make up one of the most bizarre and unusual faunas found anywhere in the world. This assemblage of fish is specifically adapted to... read more
Fishing in Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge
By: Jay Bryce | May 27 2011
This 34, 000-acre haven for wildlife is located on the upper Texas gulf coast. The meandering bayous of Anahuac NWR cut through ancient floodplains creating expanses of coastal marsh and prairie... read more
Fishing in Yellowstone National Park
By: Jay Bryce | May 24 2011
The fishing season in the park does not ordinarily begin before July, by which time, according to one of the angling writers "the plethora of water has disappeared... read more
Fishing at Isle Royale National Park
By: Jay Bryce | May 24 2011
Isle Royale National Park is located in the northwest corner of Lake Superior. This Wilderness Island contains a road-less backcountry which prohibits the use of all wheeled vehicles and devices... read more
Fishing in Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
By: Jay Bryce | May 24 2011
Along with hunting, fishing is an activity specifically allowed by the Congress of the United States when it authorized the lakeshore in 1966. Fishing OpportunitiesWith its many streams, inland... read more
Fishing at Isle Royale National Park
By: Jay Bryce | May 24 2011
Isle Royale National Park is located in the northwest corner of Lake Superior. This Wilderness Island contains a road-less backcountry which prohibits the use of all wheeled vehicles and devices... read more
Fishing in Southeast Alaska
By: Jay Bryce | May 24 2011
Nearly all species of salmon, trout, and saltwater fishes common to the northwestern United States and Canada are also found in northern Southeast Alaska. Tackle used to catch... read more
Fly Fishing in Curecanti National Recreation Area
By: Jay Bryce | May 24 2011
Three reservoirs, named for corresponding dams on the Gunnison River, form the heart of Curecanti. Blue Mesa Reservoir is Colorado's largest body of water, and is the... read more
Fishing in Great Basin National Park
By: Jay Bryce | May 20 2011
The Snake Range includes recreational lands administered by Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, Great Basin National Park, Bureau of Land Management, and private lands. This mountain range includes Mt.... read more
Walleye Fishing on Lake Roosevelt
By: Jay Bryce | May 16 2011
One of the most popular sport fish in the northern and central United states has developed a similar reputation in Washington, and specifically at Lake Roosevelt national Recreation Area,... read more
How to Fish Safely in Bear Country
By: Jay Bryce | May 16 2011
The following guidelines will help you travel and fish safely in bear country: Food StorageAll food, beverages, garbage, and any other odorous items must be attended at all... read more
Fishing in Acadia National Park
By: Jay Bryce | May 16 2011
Freshwater and saltwater fishing opportunities abound in Acadia National Park and the surrounding area. Lakes and ponds can have several species of freshwater game fish, including trout, landlocked... read more
Fishing for Alaska's Arctic Grayling
By: Jay Bryce | May 16 2011
Always on the lookout for a tasty insect morsel, Arctic grayling are popular with anglers for their willingness to take a lure. This characteristic, however, is more... read more
Lees Ferry Trout Fishing
By: Jay Bryce | May 16 2011
The 15.5-mile stretch of clear flowing Colorado River winding through the Marble Canyon Gorge between the Glen Canyon Dam and the beginning of the Grand Canyon is commonly referred to... read more
Hunting & Fishing in the Great Outdoors
By: Walker Wild | Mar 6 2011
Everyone that loves the outdoors needs a retreat to go to, a place to get away from computers, cell phones, deadlines and civilization in general. A place... read more
Deadliest Catch Says Bye To Justin Tennison
By: Gloria H Schneider | Feb 25 2011
Police say 33 year old Justin Tennison was found dead Tuesday afternoon in a hotel room in Homer, Alaska. Tennison was a crew member of the Time Bandit,... read more
Homemade Carp Fishing Boilie Recipes With Irresistible Rose And Sweet Rosehip Flavours!
By: Tim Richardson | Feb 25 2011
Many anglers know about the great success of using alternative flavours and in particular natural flavours rich in bioactive components that turn fish on! Here are some unique suggestions on... read more
Homemade Carp Fishing Bait Secrets Of Winter Success Revealed!
By: Tim Richardson | Feb 25 2011
If you are like most anglers who complain about how hard winter fishing is then remember that much of your lack of success is not anything other than your bait... read more
Carp Fishing Books That Seriously Improve Your Big Fish Catches!
By: Tim Richardson | Feb 25 2011
If you are like most anglers or even parents of anglers, then around your thought are on fishing and presents. But what to buy? What will have the greatest... read more
How To Define Accurate Time For Bass Fishing.
By: Ricardo Roizner | Feb 22 2011
To assure how much lead strip is needed, wrap one strip around the hook and bury the barb in the worm. Ease it into the water and watch it... read more
Top Bass Fishing Guide Ness
By: Ricardo Roizner | Feb 21 2011
What makes up in bass fishing that everyone are driven on to engage on such action? Folks get fond of bass fishing thats why every movement that they hear about... read more
Chasing The Salmonfly Hatch On The Big Hole River
By: Ryan Barba | Feb 21 2011
Every angler waits, and waits, and waits for hatches to occur. The most famed hatch in Southwest Montanathat is worth the wait is the Big Hole River Salmonfly... read more
Enjoy&watch Nba All Star Game 2011 Live: Team East Vs Team West
By: Maxlil | Feb 21 2011
Searching for a way to watch NBA All Star game 2011 live stream onlin? Now you can watch every game on the 2011 NBA schedule live online using your PC... read more
Transporting Your Boat Or Yacht
By: Molly Patterson | Feb 21 2011
Do you want to transport your boat or yacht to another place? If you do, you should consider UFA Services. The shipment can be arranged by an experienced and... read more
Hot Topic Of The Week
By: Benson | Feb 19 2011
The hot topic in the staff room is my classs end of year trip to the animal park, we are the first class to being going on a trip... read more
Black Buffalo - Learn Some Tips And Info To Help You Catch A Lot More Of Them
By: Robert W. Benjamin | Feb 19 2011
Black Buffalo fish, have a main and upper body that is usually Brownish-Blue in color, sometimes changing to a more Bluish-Tan in color, depending upon water conditions... read more
Have A Great Fishing Experience In The Amazon River
By: Ricardo Roizner | Feb 18 2011
Amazon River, the most beautiful and largest river of south Africa which has become the greatest destination for anglers and adventurous folks. Here, the passionate anglers find many... read more
Bowfin - Learn Some Tips And Info To Help You Catch A Lot More Of Them
By: Robert W. Benjamin | Feb 17 2011
Bowfin have two large whisker like barbels on their heads that resemble those of a catfish, their main body area is usually dark greenish-grey to greenish-olive in color,... read more
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