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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > November 2015
Besides the most critical component, the hook, there is no more traditional piece of fishing tackle than the bobber.
Almost every beginning angler has unknowingly broken one or two golden fishing rules while learning about the sport.
Sustainable fishing comes from proper fisheries management, proper catch and release techniques, and a whole host of other conditions.
It is good manners to leave things better than how you found them.
Are you wondering what it means to have good fly fishing etiquette?
Sustainable fishing isn't just about fisheries management; it's also about properly releasing your fish so they don't go belly up.
The presence of steelhead trout in or around Pennsylvania’s Lake Erie tributaries now has anglers out in droves.
With winter weather on the way, you may find yourself wondering what you could be catching on any upcoming Florida free fishing days.
As recreational anglers, we should always supplement our appreciation for the sport with a high level of environmental awareness and responsibility.
I don't envy fisheries managers because they're trying to create sustainable fishing which includes catches for today as well as for the future.
There are some fantastic fishing and boating locations in the United States.
Fishing conservation groups are focused on helping anglers to become knowledgeable stewards of our natural aquatic resources.
Hitting the water should be fun and relaxing, and fishing etiquette keeps stress levels down and enjoyment up at your favorite local fishing spots.
Many anglers like to harvest fish for dinner every now and then.
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