When planning a trip out on the water, most typically start their checklist with the basics: fishing license, spinning rod, bait-casting rod, back-up rod, bait, snacks, sunscreen, nautical maps, tide chart, GPS, lucky ball cap and life jackets.
What a tremendous gift our forefathers gave when they set aside America’s National Parks.
The blue catfish is legendary for its tremendous size.
I live on Baker Road in Wellfleet, Massachusetts.
The other day, several of us were sitting on the tailgate after an evening of fishing.
I recently attended the International Fly Tackle Dealer trade show in Reno, Nevada, where manufacturers of fly fishing products showed off the wares they plan to sell next year.
During a recent fishing trip to a small city lake, my son spied something orange in the water, suspended under a tree limb.
I was recently talking with a friend who lamented that he wasn’t catching many fish because he didn’t have a big, offshore boat.
The other day I dusted off an old favorite fly rod, took it fishing, and couldn’t help but wonder why I had neglected it for as long as I had.
Fishing and boating shows and expos can be found all around the country at various times of the year.