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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > July 2013
Aquatic vegetation is one sign of a productive body of water.
Take full advantage of the time you spend on the water by being adequately prepared for a variety of situations that may come up.
There’s nothing I love more than spending time outside with my kids.
Every fishing or boating show likes to include something for the kids.
One of the biggest attractions to fishing is that there is always something new to learn.
One reason I wanted to write about National Parks this month is because I live near one and that means that I am fortunate to have a lot of great fishing close to home.
We know that life jackets are synonymous with boating safety and that everyone on board should be wearing a life jacket each and every time on the water.
Many of us who try to get in as much fishing as possible always run into two primary issues: time and money.
On a family vacation years ago, the only handy water was a tiny creek.
Summer is in full swing, which means it's the perfect time to gather the kids for a family fishing trip.
For whatever reason it’s easy to think of a national park as being land based.
In today's digital age, we can easily share our fishing photos with friends and family through social media, but treasured memories that are captured on the water can also serve as great conversation pieces if they are part of your home décor.
When I was young, Dad would call any branch that I landed while fishing, a “stick trout” and pat me on the back.
Soft plastic worms are some of the best bass lures to use when fishing areas of heavy vegetation during the warm summer months.
Maybe it was due to the large number of geysers spread throughout the park or the abundant wildlife, but since it was created in 1872, Yellowstone National Park has attracted anglers from all over the world.
Do you remember your favorite fishing lure as a kid?
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