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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > June 2012
My wife has a saying that has become one of my favorites.
Netting the fish you catch can be tricky.
Small, constantly moving fish are difficult to count accurately.
I was at a boat ramp the other day and saw a boat off the trailer sitting directly on the ramp.
There’s not much I like more than warm summer days.
Recently on The Fishing Wire, I read a report about aggressive bass biting fingers and caught by hand.
I recently read a survey which said that over 73% of anglers are taken fishing for the first time by their father.
One of the things I enjoy most about fishing is that, with a little imagination, it’s possible to make exotic-style adventures happen right near home.
All fishing is fun, but top-water action functions on a higher plane.
For whatever reason, I’ve always been interested in signs.
I’m always happy to see anglers do good things for rivers, lakes and oceans.
During a recent fishing trip, my crappie jig snagged a small, striped shell.
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