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Submitted by Matthew Every

Step Inside Sagamore Hill, the Home of Theodore Roosevelt

North Room at Sagamore Hill.
The North Room at Sagamore Hill. The elephant tusks were given to Roosevelt by the King of Abysinnia, and the room holds many presidential gifts and taxidermy from Roosevelt’s adventures. Mark Greenberg

Our exclusive, up-close look at T.R.’s former home and the objects from his life as a hunter, naturalist, and explorer

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Submitted by Spencer Durrant

Story: The Magic Stonefly

Louis Cahill has a great short story about a magic stonefly pattern in his latest over at Gink & Gasoline.

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Submitted by Ryan Chelius

The 30 Best Cyber Monday Optics Deals of 2022

Maven Spotting Scope

Rangefinders, scopes, binoculars, oh my! Find it all on sale now

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Submitted by Luke Guillory

The 12 Best Cyber Monday Knife Deals of 2022

buck fixed blade knife
Fixed-blade knives are built for tough tasks. Buck Knives

You've always got one on you, so you can never really have too many

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Submitted by Amanda Oliver

Best Cyber Monday Gun Safe Deals of 2022

Browning Gun Safe

Store your firearms safely and securely with these awesome sales on safes

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Submitted by Amanda Oliver

The Best Cyber Monday Scope Deals of 2022

Hunter holds out a Maven S.2 spotting scope
Nate Simmons - Backbone Media

Save on rifle and spotting scopes with these deep discounts

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Submitted by Meg Carney

The Best Garmin Cyber Monday Deals of 2022

Garmin ECHOMAP Fish Finder-Chartplotter

These discounts on smartwatches, fish finders, and more are too good to pass up

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Submitted by Luke Guillory

The 30 Best Bass Pro Cyber Monday Deals 2022

Bass Pro Hunting Deals

Get all of your shopping done at one spot with these amazing deals

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Submitted by Luke Guillory

The 14 Best Cyber Monday Gun Deals of 2022

Browning Citori Shotgun

It's your biggest investment, but that doesn't mean you can't save a few dollars

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Submitted by Meg Carney

The 45 Best Carhartt Cyber Monday Deals of 2022

carhartt t-shirt with distressed wood background

Now is a great time to stock up on all things Carhartt

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Submitted by Luke Guillory

The Best Cyber Monday Trail Camera Deals of 2022

SpyPoint Flex

Some of our favorite models of the year are here on deep discount

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Submitted by Spencer Durrant

Dave Whitlock Passes Away

Fly fishing legend Dave Whitlock passed away Thanksgiving Night from a stroke. Whitlock's passion and knowledge made him an icon for generations of fly anglers. 

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Submitted by moldychum

Mini Zonkers

These are mini zonkers. The fly is 4cm long from the hook eye to the end of the zonker tail. These two patterns have been ...

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Submitted by moldychum

Peter backs the boat down the ramp like a pro

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Submitted by moldychum

Striped Bass: ASMFC Considers Commercial Quota Transfers

Just when you thought we had turned the corner on striped bass. Let’s get ready to rumble. Everyone who came out over the last two ...

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Submitted by Spencer Durrant

Book Review: Trout Tracks

The book is a collection of essays on fly fishing that Purnell says "gives us a clearer understanding of our role as fly fishers." 

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Submitted by moldychum

2022 Holiday Gift Ideas

The annual Caddis Fly Shop holiday gift guide.

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Submitted by moldychum

Ernest Hemingway Signature T30 #(001)

  The Ernest Hemingway Inshore Collection is proud to present the first conventional fishing rod to bear the name of Ernest Hemingway. The urge to ...

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Submitted by moldychum

Sunday Toona: Old Man Down The Road Edition

“Old Man Down the Road” Widespread Panic with John Fogerty Lockn’ Festival Arrington, VA September 7, 2013.

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Submitted by Spencer Durrant

Podcast: Orvis Podcast with Bill Sisson

Tom Rosenbauer sat down with Bill Sisson in the most recent episode of the Orvis Podcast to talk about fishing for striped bass.

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Submitted by moldychum

Tom McGuane | Mill House Podcast

Tom McGuane is a giant among legends across all continents and countries. His boundless heart and endless determination tackled dreams only he could’ve accomplished. Tom’s ...

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Submitted by moldychum

RIP Dave Whitlock

Named to Fly Fisherman magazine’s “50 Most Influential Fly Fishers in the Last 5 Decades.” Dave Whitlock, fly tier, writer, photographer, lecturer, and artist extraordinaire, ...

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Submitted by moldychum

Cormorant relocation not working out as planned

A comedy of errors, including the typo in the headline. Forcing a fish-eating bird colony off East Sand Island near Chinook to protect migrating young ...

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Submitted by Spencer Durrant

Story: Waiting on Luck

This story from Dom Swentosky over at Troutbitten muses on the role of luck in a fishing trip with his dad.

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Submitted by Spencer Durrant

Competitive Fly Fishing’s Future in America

Chris Hunt put together a story that shows the support among the angling public in America for competitive fly fishing is almost nonexistent.

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Submitted by moldychum

The most BEAUTIFUL trout river in the WORLD

Fly fishing for marble trout in Slovenia.

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Submitted by Chris Hunt

Does competitive fly fishing have a future in the U.S.?

After Team USA won its first international fly-fishing competition over the summer — a team win in the FIPS-Mouche Masters (over 50 division) World Fly Fishing Championship in Madonna de Compiglio, Italy — it was safe to wonder if competitive fly fishing could actually take off in the United States.

But, according to one prominent member of America’s international fly fishing team, it’s not a likely proposition.

Submitted by Spencer Durrant

Simple Nymphs for Tailwater Success

Evan Jones put together this story for the Orvis blog, and it details three simple nymph patterns to use on tailwaters.

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Submitted by Spencer Durrant

RIO Founder Jim Vincent Passes Away

Jim Vincent was the co-founder of RIO Products, and he passed away at the age of 73 at his home in Idaho Falls, ID, per Fly Fisherman Magazine. 

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Submitted by George Daniel

Euro streamers: Buying, tying and fishing 'jig bombs'

Euro-nymphing tactics have become popular among fly fishers for a variety of reasons. The patterns are easy to tie, the rigging and casting is simple and, most importantly, the flies achieve depth faster than any with any other nymphing tactic. When it comes to fishing below the surface, depth is paramount—and often can make the difference between a mediocre day on the water and a great one. My mentor Joe Humphreys likes to say that the difference between an okay nympher and a great nympher is one split shot.

Submitted by Spencer Durrant

Story: The Last Moment of Silence

This wonderful story by Matt Harris over in Hatch Magazine is an excerpt from his upcoming book The Fish of a Lifetime. 

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Submitted by Spencer Durrant

How to Pick the Right Caddis

If you want to learn more about caddis hatches - including how to match them with different patterns - then this story over at Ventures Fly Co. is worth checking out.

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Submitted by Matt Harris

The last moment of silence

The last hour of the last day. I edged out into the run and lengthened the line before flexing the long Spey rod. The line sliced out towards the deep, emerald-green slot gleaming under the low cliff, and I settled into the meditative rhythm of “cast and step”. As the huge fly started to wake back across the glassy green water, the wind dropped and, once again, everything fell silent.

Submitted by Chad Shmukler

Learning to row, from the pros

On the 24th of May in 1869, O.G. Howland set out with his brother Seneca on the Green River in Utah with eight other men, each a member of the historic Powell Geographic Expedition. Led by American naturalist John Wesley Powell, the expedition aimed to complete a cartographic and scientific exploration of the Green and Colorado Rivers, traveling into stretches of river and canyon that no white men—and in areas, even no Native Americans—had ever set eyes on.

Submitted by Chad Shmukler

Sage Arbor XL 4/5/6 fly reel

Fully machined, fast retrieve, ultra-large arbor

Submitted by Chris Hunt

Shallow water lakers

The look on my face must have been one of utter confusion as Hardy Ruf explained to me that I’d be standing thigh-deep in a high-country lake and, if the light was right, I’d be sight-casting to big lake trout not 20 feet from me.

Submitted by Todd Tanner

Fishing crowded rivers and streams

When I was considerably younger and living approximately 2,000 miles east of my current Montana address, I had an experience that helped shape my ongoing fly fishing journey in ways I couldn’t really appreciate at the time.

Submitted by Hatch Magazine

Outdoor recreation economy breaks records in latest government data

If you spent any time during the past year or so on a river, hiking one of your favorite trails, seeking to reserve a backcountry campsite, or just trying to buy that new fly rod you’ve had your eye on — only to be greeted by a lineup of drift boats at the put-in, crowds, filled up reservation queues, and product shortages — you likely already guessed that 2021 was a year of firsts for the outdoor recreation industry. A new report released last week by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) has confirmed as much, revealing record-breaking output for the outdoor recreation economy.

Submitted by Chris Hunt

The saltwater curse

They say the first taste is free, right?

It doesn’t matter what it is. Could be that first bag of jalapeno potato chips or a spicy bowl of perfect Cajun gumbo. Or it could be something more insidious and life-wrecking. There’s always going to be somebody out there who will do whatever it takes to set that hook and send you down a lifelong spiral of hopeless addiction.

Submitted by George Daniel

A dry-dropper nymphing approach for low water

What makes fly fishing for trout so special to me? It’s the dynamic nature of weather, stream conditions, and trout behavior. Almost nothing stays the same. As a result, the approach that worked today won’t always work tomorrow. As anglers, we need to adapt to these changes in order to achieve success, even if, from time to time, it means using some of your least favorite tactics.

Submitted by bigfishtackle

Dialing in Post-Spawn Northern Bass

Cody Hahner and Joel Nelson reveal strategies for finding and catching smallmouth and largemouth bass once they leave […]

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Submitted by topshotfishing

Deep-Sea Sport Fishing in Fort Lauderdale with Topshotfishing Team…

We started the morning with nice weather, easterly winds, clear blue skies, and some scattered weeds.   The group […]

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Submitted by saltwatersalmon

Fishing Report April 23rd British Columbia

We have had some good fishing in early April, probably consistently better than we have seen in quite […]

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Submitted by saltwatersalmon

Fishing Report May 4th British Columbia

The Chinook salmon fishing continues to be consistent. Halibut fishing has been very good also. Like normal there […]

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Submitted by saltwatersalmon

Fishing Report May 12th British Columbia

Fishing continues to be hot for salmon and halibut. This continues to be the best early-season fishing we […]

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Submitted by saltwatersalmon

Fishing Report April 14th British Columbia

  Salmon fishing has been better than normal for April so far. Our guy Dan has consistently been […]

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Submitted by saltwatersalmon

Fishing Report April 7th British Columbia

We just started our season this past weekend despite the political announcements of more shutdowns. The government did […]

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Submitted by bigfishtackle

U.S.A. BASSIN Crowns Bass Cat Classic Champions

St. Croix angler Trey McKinney and partner Rick Cheatham come up big on Chickamauga PARK FALLS, Wisc. (May […]

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Submitted by topshotfishing

Off Shore Sport Fishing with Topshot Fishing Team

April has been a good month fishing off Fort Lauderdale with good trolling, kite fishing and bottom fishing […]

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Submitted by topshotfishing

Off Shore Sport Fishing with Topshot Fishing Team

Today we had long time repeat customers and friends who booked the Top Shot Sportfishing Charter Team for […]

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Submitted by saltwatersalmon

April 7th Fishing Report, Ucluelet, British Columbia

Fishing report April 7th Ucluelet British Columbia   We just started our season this past weekend despite the […]

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Submitted by bigfishtackle

Punta Gorda – Angling Adventure: It’s Happening

Southwest Florida’s Punta Gorda / Englewood area is home to world-class saltwater fishing Located between Tampa and St. […]

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Submitted by saltwatersalmon

The Forecast for the summer of 2021 is good for Chinook, Coho and H…

Chinook Our local Stamp run is forecasted to be at a 20 year high again and may even […]

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Submitted by BFT-Editor -TMH

Z-Man’s® Enduring Commitment to Conservation

  Trending tackle company fosters critical fishery research at University of Florida / IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station […]

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Submitted by bigfishtackle

Angling Legends

It Takes One to Know One St. Croix’s flagship family of Legend rods provide pinnacle-performance, unmatched sensitivity, and […]

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Submitted by BFT-Editor -TMH

The Perfect Float Tubing Set Up on a Budget

  The Perfect Float Tubing Set Up A major hurdle for many floatation fishing (tubes, toons & yaks) […]

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Submitted by BFT-Editor -TMH

TAKE A VET FISHING

Operation Fishing Freedom TV returns for sixth season Emotional Support & Rehab For Vets Through Fishing The past […]

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Submitted by BFT-Editor -TMH

Teacher and Students use Raymarine technology to locate shipwrecks

The Coolest Teacher on Earth? Jean-Marc Perreault is not your average middle and high school science and technology […]

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Submitted by BFT-Editor -TMH

Remembering a Legacy – Ronald Lindner

    Remembering a Legacy Innovator       Northland Fishing Tackle® reflects on the life of the […]

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Submitted by BFT-Editor -TMH

Redfish Secret Weapon “The Eye Strike ChatterBait”

    Two essential Z-Man® concepts connect, culminate with new Eye Strike ChatterBait       Ladson, SC […]

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Submitted by bigfishtackle

Early Season Panfish Secrets

Early Season Panfish Secrets St. Croix pros discuss opportunities and tactics for more springtime panfish fun Park Falls, […]

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Submitted by bigfishtackle

Bass Fishing Fans

On the Water and in the Building Maverick Daiwa pros compete in the Bassmaster Classic, other big names […]

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Submitted by Ernesto Marquez

Massive Fish and Broken Records

                  Your winner, Rus Snyders, with a Lake Fork lunker. […]

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Submitted by BradRoss

How to Get Started With Freshwater Fishing – The Beginners Guide

“There’s a fine line between fishing and just standing on the shore like an idiot.” If you are […]

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Submitted by Ernesto Marquez

What’s Beneath Your ‘Yak?

Crosslake, MN (March 3, 2020) – Tournament anglers sneak it out of their boat’s storage to spy on […]

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Submitted by cdbrc

Otter Creek

Has anyone been to otter creek lately?   Still any fishable ice ?  How was the fishing?   Thanks for […]

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Submitted by bigfishtackle

How to use the NEW Big Fish Tackle website

Hello and welcome to our new website! We’ve created this simple guide to help you navigate the new […]

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Submitted by bigfishtackle

HOBIE: All Time Record

Kayak Anglers See Explosive Action at 2020 HOBIE B.O.S. OPENER on Lake Seminole Harshman Grabs Top Spot; Counce […]

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Submitted by theangler

Ultimate Vacuum Sealing System for Fish

Hunters, anglers and meat processors now have the ultimate vacuum sealing system to seal and store large amounts […]

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Submitted by bigfish_writer

SAILFISH CHALLENGE

WILSONVILLE, OR (February 28, 2017) – Raymarine pros made a big splash in the sailfish world this past […]

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Submitted by bigfish_writer

Strategy for Shallow Hardwater Walleyes

Dr. Jason Halfen The Technological AnglerWith the arrival of hardwater across the northland, the much-anticipated ice fishing season […]

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Submitted by yundiaoke

Fishing contest in China, do you think anyone

I work for a company from Shanghai, China. As a fishing contest organizer we have our new contest […]

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Submitted by bigfish_writer

Mr. “I never win anything” Wins Big

Humminbird surprises volunteer high school fishing coach Sam Reynolds with a trip for two to Billy Chapman Jr.’s […]

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Submitted by theangler

FRABILL’S NEW BRO SERIES SPINNING REEL

It’s often said that the greatest tool on earth is the human hand. Impossible to disagree, aside from […]

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Submitted by theangler

Hot-Water Bass Tactics

Denny Brauer of Missouri is one of the most-successful bass fishermen in the nation, having won the Bassmaster […]

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Submitted by theangler

Hot-Water Bass Tactics

Denny Brauer of Missouri is one of the most-successful bass fishermen in the nation, having won the Bassmaster […]

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Ice Fishing

Straight Line 371 Bro Series Ice Combo

Big breakthroughs in fishing these days are as rare as a bona fide 3-pound crappie. In many ways, […]

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Ice Fishing

Ice Fishing, Ice Safety, and Self-Rescue

Walking on ice to fish is nice. An unexpected plunge into the drink is not. In fact, it’s […]

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Submitted by theangler

Finding Fall and Winter Fish

Typically, as fall arrives, many of us head for the tree stand or blind, turning our attention to […]

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Submitted by theangler

Ice Fishing Trout Baits

How many times has a guide, pro, or fishing buddy advised we think “outside the box” when choosing […]

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Submitted by theangler

Pro Series Slender Spoon with more sizes

Minnows? Nope. Shad? Not’a. Aquatic insects? Not even close. Go ahead fishin’ geeks, take the micrometer from out […]

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Ice Fishing

Early Ice Fishing Season Tips for Walleye

There are times when drilling just a few holes, sitting put and hoping a walleye wanders by is […]

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Submitted by theangler

Selecting an underwater ice fishing camera

Our ability as anglers to understand fish behavior and habitat is directly coupled to our use of modern […]

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Submitted by theangler

Hammered Slender Spoons

Sparkle… Flicker… Shimmer… Flash… Those little glimmers of light really grab your attention. Instinctively, you turn your head […]

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Ice Fishing

Pinpoint Hole Drilling During Early-Ice

Landing a limit of fish through a hole is a lot like running a flourishing retail business – […]

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Submitted by theangler

Three Time-Proven Ice Jigs

Imagine you’ve never been ice fishing…ever. (Yikes!) Now let’s make believe that not only have you never pulled […]

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Submitted by theangler

Lucky Craft LV500 for Big Bass

In the fall of the year the temperatures start to drop, the wind starts to blow and a […]

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Submitted by theangler

St. Croix’s new Avid Ice Jigging Rods

Like the 1986 release of Metallica’s Master of Puppets, St. Croix’s new Avid Ice Jigging Rods are an […]

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Submitted by theangler

Tip-Up Trends on Ice

There’s something satisfying about a well-planned network of tip-ups set across the white expanse of a frozen lake. […]

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Submitted by theangler

Custom Jigs & Spins Pro Series Slender

A UFO crashed in the desert of New Mexico in 1947, you say? No way! There’s a “monster” […]

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Submitted by theangler

Humminbird® Pros Win Inshore Redfish Tour

Captains Rick Murphy and Geoff Page are no strangers to top IFA Redfish rankings. In 2004 and 2010 […]

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Ice Fishing

Power Searching for Panfish

Early each fall, a close-knit group of North American Ice Fishing Circuit (NAIFC) anglers—Kevin Fassbind, Nick Smyers, Brandon […]

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Submitted by theangler

First “Wearable” Underwater Camera System

What if, rather than carrying that smartphone or tablet in your hands, technology allowed you to actually “wear” […]

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Submitted by theangler

Catfish-Specific Rod & Reel Combos

You’ve got your bass rods; your crappie rods; your trout and salmon rods. Even walleyes and muskies garner […]

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Submitted by theangler

Bloody Shad Swim Jig

One of the most effective baits in many conditions year round is the swim jig. There are hundreds […]

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Submitted by theangler

Fish Attractors

Have you ever been fishing and wished there was a sign saying right where the fish are? Well, […]

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Submitted by theangler

EVOLVE’s DarkStar Swimmer

Cruise the aisles of any tackle shop and you’ll see a myriad of new swimbait offerings that match […]

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Submitted by theangler

Bass Fishing Advice from Bass Pro Ott DeFoe

Preamble: Admit it. Our eyes are drawn to fancy, new-fangled objects. It’s all over pop culture: Pimp My […]

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Submitted by theangler

Team Aqua-Vu Wins Back-to-Back Ice Titles

To make an accurate comparison of the achievements of a certain distinguished team of competitive ice anglers, you’d […]

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Submitted by theangler

Tips for Fishing with Electronics

One of the real joys of fishing occurs when warm spring weather draws fish of all species into […]

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