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Fishing is a great stress reliever. But it also causes stress: on your fishing line. This then, could lead to creating stress for the angler when the line breaks. Here are 3 ways to uses your senses to detect if the fishing line has been damaged and is weak.
You've had a great day of fishing with your family or friends and now you're all ready for a delectable dinner that includes your fresh catch.
Initially, I wasn’t a kayak fan. I thought using a kayak for fishing would require an additional skill set. I thought it’d be a tippy platform that I would easily swamp, and that overall it’d be a pain in the neck.
Whenever I see an idea that provides a solution to one of my problems I kick myself for not figuring it out on my own. After filleting fish like cod, striped bass, or other white, flaky fish I usually have a bunch of small pieces left over.
Saturday, Sept. 27 has been designated “National Hunting and Fishing Day.”
If you’ve been looking for tips on how to cook fresh fish in the healthiest way possible, look no further.
Do you find yourself struggling to come up with new ideas when they used to seem to pop into your head fairly easily?
I enjoyed school.
When my wife’s 105 year old “Uncle” learned that she was accepted to graduate school at Iowa State University in the field of Fisheries, he shared these words of wisdom: “I prefer McDonald’s fish sandwich over Burger King’s fish sandwich. I think it’s the bun.”
Sometimes it’s great to do things up close and personal, and hiking through the mountain trails are a great way to see autumn’s changing leaves.
There is a wide variation for definitions of the word, “fit.”
There is just something about the sound of the waves, the gentle rocking of a boat, and splendid natural scenery that evokes instantaneous feelings of relaxation.
It’s hard to believe that Labor Day is already in our rear-view mirror.
Fishing is one of the life’s greatest stress releases.
For those who think fishing is a passive sport that doesn't involve much beyond baiting a hook and making a cast, you may want to think again.
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