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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > July 2015
Walk through the Denver airport in July and August and your odds of seeing anglers heading out on a fly fishing trip are good.
It is a rare body of water that does not contain the common carp, so every fishing trip could be a carp fishing trip.
You may think that big cities and landlocked locations don't have the same types of productive fishing opportunities that coastal areas do.
Anglers looking at a new, expansive body of water like a pond or lake will wonder where to fish.
“Lack of time” is a major reason families do not go fishing or boating together.
What do you do when you're out on the water, having a great time with your family and you want to "capture" the moment to remember forever?
The 2015 Special Report on Fishing shows important fishing statistics.
For the past week I've been on a family fishing trip.
If you are looking for new places to fish, try your regular fishing holes… in the dark.
Ever been on a fishing trip with a friend, and then see your friend start to shake his or her head at someone fishing in the same general area?
You have the entire family together, you've gone through your checklist of tackle, fueled up the boat, and made your way out to your favorite fishing hole.
In an attempt to better understand a fishery, I try to relate some common heights of things above water and apply this information to the habitat below water.
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