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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > December 2013
Every 365 days most of us go through the process of evaluating what we plan to improve upon or what we resolve to do differently as a new year begins.
When you first start learning about fly-fishing, it can seem a bit intimidating — especially if you are accustomed to the world of traditional spinning gear.
For the last few weeks, entrances to stores have been a little noisier than usually with holiday bell ringers.
A long time ago, outdoor writers used a variety of ways to explain the principals of fly casting.
A very long time ago my 6th grade teacher and coach found out I was beginning to fly fish.
There are some good looking lures out there.
Most all of us cringe when it comes time to store our treasured possessions for any length of time.
Stealth is often an essential component to a successful fishing trip, especially on a boat. When we think we are near the fish, we shut off the gas motor, lower the electric trolling motor, and speak in hushed tones.
Ice fishing is a whole lot more than skating or sitting on a bucket waiting for a fish to bite.
My kids love everything related to water.
We all get bummed when snowy, windy or rainy days put a damper on our fishing plans, but these types of days create the perfect opportunity to learn how to tie flies.
Folks who don’t ice fish think that there is nothing more to the sport than going out on the ice, drilling a hole, and catching fish.
There is a wide range of fishing line strengths folks can use when bass fishing.
Whether you're a beginner fly angler or have been fly fishing for years, chances are pretty good that you've hooked someone or something on your back cast at least once.
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