Learning how to ice fish isn’t as difficult as you might think.
The holiday festivities are over and hopefully you received some fishing related gifts.
If you are like me, you are probably wondering how it can possibly be that another year has come and gone so quickly.
I recently got a holiday party invitation that gave me the shivers.
Cold water means a lower metabolism for fish.
This time of year, the types of gifts you are likely to think about most are the ones that come wrapped in decorative paper and are tied up with a bow. However, when it comes to teaching fishing to a beginner and sharing your love of the sport with others, there are a few intangible gifts you are likely to receive.
When I was a kid, shoot, I was maybe 12 or 13 years old or so, I went bass fishing with a buddy. He knew of this pond that was chock a block with fish, and good ones, too.
Unfortunately, fishing rods break.
There are plenty of obvious reasons why fishing just might be one of the coolest outdoor activities… there are the feelings of accomplishment that come with mastering new techniques, learning new fishing tips, uninterrupted time spent with family or friends, the thrill of reeling in a nice catch, and the stunning sunset views on the water.
Tackle Show To truly appreciate a sunny day you’ve got to have some rain. Along those same lines, the off-season helps me to appreciate the fishing season.