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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > September 2012
The fly fishing world is buzzing after a scientific study released three days ago explained that the trout which fisheries biologists in Colorado had thought were native greenback trout really aren’t
We Cape Cod hunters and fishermen wait all season long to knock ourselves out in September and October.
Football season is upon us, often threatening to cut into precious weekend time on the water.
Migratory fish can get under your skin.
I always get a little bummed out in the fall, especially when it’s time to put the boats away.
Have you ever backed a boat down a ramp and into the lake, only to discover the boat plug was missing and then try nonchalantly to pull it back up to drain?
Today is “National Video Game Day.” And though seemingly polar opposites, fishing video games are surprisingly popular.
There are a lot of activities that go along well with fishing, and for me, camping is one of the best.
When it comes to fishing in the fall I have an incredibly difficult time making up my mind.
At work, I often can be found roasting in an Oklahoma field wearing just a short-sleeved t-shirt with a bandana tied around my head.
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