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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > March 2015
When I was young, my two or three rod and reels combos all had the same line: 8 pound monofilament.
When I take a beginner fishing, I think of myself as a fishing guide.
Fish populations are managed in a number of ways, but one of the most important ways is through federal or state-initiated fish stocking efforts.
Stocking fish has been a regular practice since Fred Mather obtained German brown trout eggs in 1883.
As soon as it warms up just a little more, I’ll be fishing. So don’t even bother calling. I’ve got a list of places to cast that will fill a page and big plans.
You might be a fan of fishing boat features like large decks with plenty of room for fighting fish, extra rod holders, LED interior lights, dual livewells or over-sized windshields.
In a short while rivers, lakes, and ponds will warm enough to trigger the annual fish spawning season.
You’ve been thinking about buying a boat, but want to find the right resources to help you make a well-informed decision about your potential purchase.
I remember buying my first boat like it was yesterday.
What makes a great fishing memory?
My momma always said, “Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.”
In many of ways, getting into fishing has never been easier. Fast-tracked learning comes from the digital age which has spawned a wide range of content (pun intended).
MapsTinyStaring out the office window at my rapidly shrinking driveway surface area and ever growing snow banks, thoughts turn to when this annoying stuff finally melts and transforms into enough oxygenated liquid to support my finned friends.
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