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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > August 2015
Fishing line is a critical component of fishing.
There's nothing more exciting than watching a new angler reel in a first catch.
I wouldn’t call myself an avid angler, but I come from a long line of fishermen.
If you are like me, the first saltwater fishing lures that come to mind are for deep sea tackle like soda can sized skirted plugs used when trolling for marlin or giant jigs that rocket to the bottom for halibut or reef fish such as snapper.
National Hunting and Fishing Day is coming up on Saturday, September 26th.
Saltwater fishing takes on a whole new dimension with a fishing kayak.
Smallmouth bass can be caught on many different fishing lures such as spinnerbaits, crankbaits, and soft plastics but the classic bass jig is the best smallmouth bass artificial bait or lure.
If you happen to come across a crazy-looking red or brown striped saltwater fish that has 18 venomous spines and appears to have swam straight out of a National Geographic documentary, your first instinct is probably going to be to swim in the opposite direction…
Which is better, live bait or artificial bait?
Using artificial bait or lures when fishing can be both challenging and fun.
It's starting to cool off down South, so plan a family fishing trip as the fishing gets hot.
“Gunkholing” or cruising in shallow waters with a wide variety of shallow-draft boats, is a perfect way to go saltwater fishing.
Which is better: live bait or artificial bait?
If your family is like most, you aren't usually able to get the whole crew together to go fishing as often as you'd like.
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