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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > February 2016
Angler success for landing largemouth bass can be greatly affected by spawning activity.
Fish behavior, specifically fish spawning behavior, can be absolutely amazing.
Spring fishing is around the corner, the Groundhog told us that earlier this month.
Everybody loves to catch trout. However, sometimes the trout fisheries’ supply needs a little help to meet the demand.
Blue catfish can be caught year-round in the state of Texas, but the month of February and the first few weeks of March can be one of the best times to target large fish.
A friend recently asked if I've ever gone fishing in a National Park. My answer? Just about every day.
Because it is so unique, several aspects of fly fishing can be intimidating for a beginner or even someone just a little rusty.
Beautiful scenery, fresh air, and a firm tug on your line -- there's nothing like the thrill of a catch from your top fishing spot.
Conservation can sometimes be a double bind.
So far, the winter’s warmer temperatures in the Northeast have been a pleasant change from last year’s beast.
Fisheries biologists use both length and weight measurements of fish to supervise the fitness of a fish.
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