Fishing Tips

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Fishing is not just about fishing.Its About fishing, during a fishing trip, families and friends relax together as they enjoy being outdoors and learning new skills. Fishing is considered as a great sport in almost all countries and Canada is no exception. Fishing is the kind of gift that lingers, one that’s sure to outlive […]

Sport Fishing

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If you like sport fishing, you surely will like to fish for redfish. Redfish is a common name for a range of species of fish throughout the English-speaking world. It is commonly applied to members of the deep-sea genus Sebastes, or the reef dwelling snappers, Lutjanus. It is also applied to the slimeheads or roughies […]

Fishing Tips For Beginners

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There are many kinds of fishing equipments in stores, numerous fishing methods in books, and fishing advices online. To make it all simple, here are the basic things you need to know for your first time fishing adventure. 1) How to fish with bait * Tackle. To plunk the bait, you should purchase lead weights. […]

Fishing Kit Basics

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Before going deeper into the technicalities, make sure that a fishing license is secured. To be an amateur fisherman there are basic pieces of fishing equipment needed to complete your exciting journey in the fishing world. Knowing the line type and matching the right rod and reel to the fishing technique is just basic common […]

Enjoy Your Alaska Fishing Experience

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Alaska’s fishing vacations are one of the most popular with tourists. With people wishing to escape the hustle-bustle of the daily life, these relaxing fishing vacations are a great way to can get closer to nature. Salmon is common along the Alaskan coast. So is giant halibut. Visitors can also catch salmon weighing up to […]

Tying Fly Fishing Flies The Frankenstein Fly

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You can buy flies for fly fishing, but you’ll want to tie your own at some point. Undoubtedly, your first fly will be the Frankenstein Fly. Of Flies… There is a particular fly for every fish, location and situation. There are basic flies like the Woolly Bugger and millions of exotic ones. You can buy […]

Halibut Alaska Halibut Fishing For Barn Door Sized Fish

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Standing on deck allowing the wave action to bounce your weighted herring or plastic lure off the bottom a hundred or more feet below is called ringing the dinner bell. Halibut will travel hundreds of yards to investigate the thumping of your lead lure as it will swallow the noisy lure… The recognized tug, tug, […]

Fishing My Accident

(7 votes, average: 3.86 out of 5)

To this day I can’t explain why I am still alive. I should be dead. My mother and I were visiting my grandmother and uncle, during my summer vacation. I was about 10 years old . They lived in a very rural area. The valley where they lived was quite narrow, running north to south. […]

Fly Fishing Rods Getting The Bends

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Picking a fly fishing rod is a tricky endeavor. Do you go with your ego, expected fishing environment or something else? While length is a factor, the bend or action of the rod is a key factor. Flexibility Fly fishing rods are often defined by their flexibility. In laymen’s terms, flexibility means how far the […]

Tips In Fishing For Salmons In Alaska

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Alaska is known as one of the most bountiful areas with salmon, and is ideal for fishing trips. This is because of extreme tides along the West Coast and the gush of ocean currents that create an environment ideal for the breeding of thousands of baitfish. It is also known as one of the best […]

5 Useful Tips On Trout Fishing

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In fishing, trout are one of the favorite “fishing friends” of most anglers. These crafty fish are abundant anywhere. The native habitat of these crafty fish depends on the type of trout. For brook trout, the native habitat includes the territory from Labrador westward to the Saskatchewan, while the rainbow trout is a native of […]

Fishing For Freshwater Trout

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People been fishing for sport for in around fifty generations now. What started as a means of survival has become a favourite pastime in North America and beyond, creating a hunger for fishing tips and aspects of fishing to be revealed in many different contexts. Learning about fishing and learning about different types of fish […]

Finding Where The Fish Hides

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Before you attempt to catch fish, you need to find out where they are. Remember that fish are found nearly everywhere there is water with sufficient levels of food, oxygen, and cover. You are certain to be within a relatively close distance to a body of water that has fish living in it. For an […]

The Joy Of Bass Fishing In Spring

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There is nothing quite like bass fishing in spring. The calm air, the warmth, the light breezes, and being one with nature is a feeling like no other and if you enjoy bass fishing like I do, then you’ll enjoy bass fishing in spring. I can remember many a day spent with my family bass […]

Lake Okeechobee A True Florida Bass Fishing Paradise

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Okeechobee is a Seminole Indian word meaning “great water cannot see other side”. True to its name, Lake Okeechobee is 748 square miles in size. It is the greatest provider of drinking water for south Florida, averaging 13-19 feet in depth. Lake Okeechobee is renowned internationally for its fishing for bass and other species. It […]

License To Fish

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Fishing is just one of the many forms of relaxation people do these days with either friends or family. It is a time for bonding and a great escape from the pressures of daily life. To be able to fish, a person needs to get a fishing license since this is requirement by law and […]

Getting A Line On Bass Fishing

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Bass fishing offers a wide range of ability and challenge for the beginner and the professional. There are several fish in the species line including bluegills, spotted bass, largemouth and rock bass. These are warm water bass. Others such as striped bass, white bass and white perch are a temperate bass. If you are heading […]