Posted by: Debbie Hanson
October 15, 2013

Debbie Hanson

3 Ways to Green Your Fishing Routine

With the amount of tackle and gear the average angler goes through on a yearly basis, you could probably stock a small store. Think about all those times you’ve fished with plastic bass baits, been hit a few times, the bait gets torn up, and then you end up tossing the bait out altogether. What about all of the leader line that you have to tie and re-tie after it breaks while fighting a fish…

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Posted by: Tom Keer
October 9, 2013

Tom Keer

The Fall Run

Fall is a special time of year.  We’re past the hazy, hot and humid weather, and now we can enjoy warm days followed by cool nights and brilliant colors to refresh our spirits.  It’s also a special time for migratory fish and game to head South to their wintering grounds well below the Mason-Dixon line.  One of my favorite species to follow is the striped bass, and the fall run has been a coastal fishing…

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Posted by: Andy Whitcomb
October 8, 2013

Andy Whitcomb

Spinnerbait time

When the temperature starts dropping and the leaves change colors, I start casting the old spinnerbait again. This wired lure works great all year but during spring and fall, they really get a workout drawing reaction strikes. Bassmaster Elite Pro, Greg Hackney said, “For a long time, I didn’t know there was any other lure.” A spinnerbait has two components.  The top “spinner” consists of 1 to 3 blades of various shapes and colors, depending…

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Posted by: Debbie Hanson
October 7, 2013

Debbie Hanson

4 Useful Boat Accessories for Family Trips

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. Whether you plan to take the family out to watch a beautiful sunset, want to see if the fish are biting, or just feel like taking a serene afternoon cruise, there are a few extra boat accessories that you might find useful when riding on…

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Posted by: Tom Keer
October 2, 2013

Tom Keer

How to Keep a Fish in the Catch and Release World

A few months ago I hooked a striped bass. The fish was clearly a migrating fish, and I knew that because of its color.  There were pronounced black lines, vibrant colors of green and purple, and it was covered in sea lice.  Resident fish adopt nature’s camouflage and turn a paler brown and white, and because I caught this fish on the flats and it still had those distinctive colors I knew it was passing…

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Posted by: Andy Whitcomb
October 1, 2013

Andy Whitcomb

To Set or Not to Set

We hear it all the time from coaches of various sports. Simple reminders like: “Put the glove on the ground.” “Cut to the basket.” “Play defense.” Players know these things, yet a little reminder every now and then helps maintain focus to get the job done. The same goes with fishing. Here are few reminders for one of the most important events in fishing, the hook set. “If the lure drops-twice… You might need a…

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