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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > October 2013
Fall is a transitional time in the Northeast.
Two hours North of Pittsburgh, the state of Pennsylvania has its toe in the Great Lake known as Erie.
Anyone who has planned a family camping trip knows that it can be a challenge to pare down all of the gear that is needed for a few days in the great outdoors.
I remember the first kayak I ever saw, and it was on a black and white television set, the kind with tubes and required a minute or more to warm up.
It is widely known that, as Bassmaster Elite angler Tommy Biffle said, “Big ol’ baits catch big ol’ fish.”
There are plenty of unhealthy influences and images circulating around in the media and in our day-to-day lives these days.
Marriage. Lotta hard work, no?
Fall is the ideal time to get outside and enjoy a day on the water.
I’m not a sailor, but a good friend of mine is.
Backing a boat trailer can be intimidating, especially at a crowded boat ramp.
With the amount of tackle and gear the average angler goes through on a yearly basis, you could probably stock a small store.
Fall is a special time of year.
When the temperature starts dropping and the leaves change colors, I start casting the old spinnerbait again.
There is nothing quite as relaxing as spending a day on the boat, especially when your boat is outfitted with a few extra conveniences that make the experience more comfortable.
A few months ago I hooked a striped bass.
We hear it all the time from coaches of various sports.
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