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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > February 2012
Every spring, I get a handful of notes from young men and women who have decided they want to try to be a fishing guide, and are looking for advice on where to start.
I just returned from the Bassmaster Classic, which was held in Shreveport, LA.
One time in the fall I walked down to the back side of a cove near my house.
My favorite type of fishing is fly fishing, though I honestly love it all.
I am currently attending the “Bass Fishing Techniques” course offered by Rose State College, along with about 135 other avid anglers.
Sometimes it’s tough to figure out just what the heck a fisherman is talking about.
Did you know that tarpon can live 80 years or more?
Perhaps the two most important components of fishing are, first, the hook set and second, getting the sharp thing back out.
In a lot of fishing applications we spend our time fishing in water where we can’t see what’s going on.
I have a love-hate relationship with Punxsutawney Phil.
Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching and for The Wise that means you had better get off the water for a little bit and pick up something nice for your significant other.
My early fishing life was spent roaming around ponds, reservoirs and streams that I could reach by bicycle.
The words “trophy fish” are synonymous with “big fish” these days.
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