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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > November 2013
There are many obvious reasons to be thankful for fishing.
Drastic measures call for drastic means.
There is a paradox of strategy with many B.A.S.S. tournament anglers.
Fish hatcheries are an important part of the management of fisheries.
Don’t tell him I told you, but he didn’t catch a big fish.
Discovering wader leaks is an inevitable part of fishing and hunting.
Okay, probably too cold for the kind of tubing with your friends and swimsuits.
If you fish often enough, you've probably experienced the strange occurrence of fishing tackle that just plain disappears into thin air.
Accidents happen, but when you break your rod tip there is the chance you’re your fishing is going to suffer.
It’s tempting not to wear a life jacket while fishing or boating, especially on nice days.
There is a constant quest for knowledge about catching fish.
Along with the arrival of cooler fall weather and the changing color of the leaves come more opportunities to land a feisty smallmouth bass.
Life’s too short to fish with an ugly rod, so during the off-season get your grip back to like-new condition in a few easy steps.
S'mores by the fire, the sound of crickets chirping, the sight of sparkling stars overhead… there are many things about the outdoors to appreciate when you're on a camping trip with the family.
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