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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > August 2013
If September 21st is the actual first day of fall, Labor Day is viewed as the end of summer.
“That’s a big mosquito!” a boy in the crowd said.
In order to select the best type of saltwater fishing line to use in the backwaters or on the flats, you'll want to do a bit of preliminary research on the species, area, and conditions.
We live on the Lake Michigan coast, within a stone’s throw of dozens of beautiful, popular state parks.
Have you ever built a raft?
It's hard to rival the sight of tailing redfish as they push through the grass flats on a summer morning in South Florida… unless you count the experience of sight casting to a large school and then bringing one of these copper-colored beauties to the boat.
I live in a house with six males. SIX. That’s a lot of testosterone. That’s a lot of energy.
Trolling, for those unfamiliar, is a type of fishing you do without casting.
Los Angeles is many things to many people, but only locals think of Tinseltown as a place to catch fish.
Shore fishing is one of the best types of fishing for families and beginning anglers.
As the fishing season moves from spring to summer, the Gulf Stream pushes closer to shore.
In general, I am not much for surprises, but a jolt from a sudden topwater explosion, is certainly worth the price of admission.
Every time you take a kid fishing, you have the opportunity to teach them fundamental fishing skills and lessons that they can use for years to come.
As with a lot of fishing there are different schools of thought for fishing flats.
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