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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > April 2012
Fishing in my adopted home state is open all year long.
You should. I know, I sound like your high school English teacher. My high school English teachers told me to keep a written journal also, and I didn’t pay attention.
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One of the best parts of heading out for a day on the water is the wide variety of docks that accompany the boating environments.
A strong house is built on a solid foundation, from the ground up.
The paddlefish is one of those rare fish that will never bite.
Many coastal fishing communities have roots in Native American cultures. In many regions, the full moons are all named in conjunction with a natural event.
If the national emblem of the United States were a fish, instead of the bald eagle, I wonder what species it would be.
Although crappie is a popular sport fish, they can be challenging to manage.
Many boaters have already logged significant hours on the water.
The more I fish, the more I pay attention to the sun.
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