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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > January 2013
Part of me likes catching the same old fish in the same old spots.
The thing about fishing for sharks is that the more you catch them, the more you respect them for their beauty and grace, as much as their mouthfuls of teeth.
My Steelers did not even make the playoffs, so the upcoming Superbowl is of little interest this year.
I will never forget the first fish I caught on a dry fly that I tied.
Being stuck in the grips of winter is certainly no reason to stop thinking about fishing.
One of the best winter bass lures is the jerkbait.
Winter is a perfect time to work on your plugs that have been beaten up by rocks, reefs, and, with luck, lots of fish.
One way to combat symptoms of cabin fever is to organize your fishing tackle.
Winter fishing in the Northern reaches traditionally has been through the ice.
A longer fly rod can offer tremendous advantages when it comes to fighting fish.
As a kid, some of my favorite toys possessed the magical ability to glow in the dark.
Ok, New Year’s Day is over.
Flying off to fish can be very rewarding, as it affords anglers great opportunities to expand their horizons and experience things they might not encounter on their home waters.
There is an old saying that “sometimes less is more.”
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