Winter Boat Storage Tips: Home Edition
Holiday Gift Guide for Outdoorsy Kids
Select a state to find fishing and boating information:
Get A Fishing License
Get started fishing today, purchase your fishing license online, check regulations and more.
Register A Boat
Register your boat today. Learn how to register your vessel, boating laws and more.
Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > February 2017
Learn about the best ice fishing in the world. Find out which destinations are known for perch or walleye, how to catch fish through the ice, best techniques
Pre Spawn is an early bass behavior. By monitoring this activity, anglers can have a better idea where to find bass and what they will hit.
Don't shy away from trout fishing in the winter. Layer properly, adjust your techniques and head to the streams. Nothing quite beats landing trout in the offseason.
Local fishing tournaments can be a good way for first-timers to get experience with competitive fishing. Find out about the best fishing tournaments near you.
If you know where to look and what to cast, trout can be caught all winter. Here are three important winter trout fishing tips.
It's best to leave spawning fish alone, and that's what makes fishing for pre-spawn bass so much fun. The water is warming, the fish are hungry, and the topwater action can be hot.
If you stay flexible, crappie fishing in winter can be rewarding. Learn about the type of gear, baits and techniques to use when targeting cold weather crappie.
There are many types of fishing tournaments. If you enjoy fishing competition, a brief search should reveal one near you.
Periodic checks on your boat in the winter can save a lot of time getting ready to splash come spring.
Life jackets are a key part of boating safety. Learn what features to look for in fishing life jackets and how to adjust your life jacket for a proper fit.
Boat shows are a great way to learn about new boat models and features. Learn about how to plan your trip to the Miami Boat Show using a few simple tips.
Fishing reports can be a great source of information, if you know what to look for and how to use them. Here’s why:
Do you like this content? Subscribe to our Newsletter and get all the information you need to learn, plan, and equip for your next fishing adventure.
Sign-up to receive our monthly newsletter with interesting blogs about fishing and boating. Get fishing tips and tricks and read personal stories from anglers who live and breathe fishing and boating. Learn new fishing skills, boating resources, fishing etiquette, conservation and more.
Please complete the following fields to subscribe to our newsletter.
What information would you like?