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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > February 2014
The epic, 3-day 2014 Bassmaster Classic fishing tournament completed this weekend in Alabama.
March and April are good months to head offshore and catch bottom fish like cod, haddock, and wolfish. These three fish are found in cold saltwater in depths of a few hundred feet.
There are some fishing rigs and lures that might appear just plain odd to the average observer.
Just last week I saw a report that shows a dramatic decline in the striped bass.
In an attempt to communicate the scope, grand spectacle, and popularity of the Bassmaster Classic, it is frequently referred to as the “Super Bowl” of fishing tournaments.
Ever notice how precise anglers are when referring to the weight of a catch?
My non-fishing friends (which are few and far between I might add), shake their heads when they look at my side yard.
I am a fishing and boating enthusiast.
Some ladies might be lucky enough to have a family member or significant other who is willing to show them the ropes when it comes to fishing.
Olive, dark green, brown… largemouth bass can change color a bit like a chameleon if you pay close enough attention.
I love taking kids fishing.
Here at home we call this season a ‘tweener. Our migratory fish have been gone for a few months. And like most parts of the US, we’ve had tremendously erratic temperatures; there is enough ice on the ponds and lakes that keep us from spin or fly fishing, but it’s too thin for ice fishing.
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