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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > April 2013
Right now, everyone in Florida is talking about tarpon.
Arbor Day was last Friday.
When mayflies start to hatch, trout go on the feed and for good reason; mayflies are high in calories which makes for a tasty snack.
Several hard rains made many larger streams unfishable on Opening Day in Western Pennsylvania.
Many of you are getting ready for the fishing season ahead (and some of you have already jumped in with both feet).
When I was really young I’d get a shovel and turn over dirt, knock it around and pull out a few worms for a fishing trip.
Dave Mercer of the Facts of Fishing TV Show and two giant smallmouth bass.
Before you cast a line this spring you will need to rig up your fishing rod and line.
As the spring dry-fly season is now upon us, I am reminded of some simple tips that have helped me over the years.
Does April 13th mean anything to you?
At different times of the year, fish pair up for their annual spawning ritual.
I still have snow in the yard but the calendar says “Spring” and in the yard, there are shoots from flowers pushing skyward so I know it is time to go over my “Get the Boat Ready” list.
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