Category: Fishing Tips

boat ramp ramps etiquette

Do’s and Don’ts at Boat Ramps for Kayakers

Not all kayakers use boat ramps to launch but if you do there are unspoken rules you should know about. Unfortunately many who have never fished out of power boats may not have ever been introduced to boat ramp etiquette. Here is how to avoid confrontation...

How to Catch Cold Water Smallmouth

Words and Photos by Blace Hutchens Winter is setting in, and your local river has become frigid. Are you planning to hang up the paddle until spring? Do you still chase river smallmouth when the water temperatures drop below 50 degrees? A few of us...

VIDEO: What Knot to Use and How to Tie

  Arbor  I use this knot to connect backing to my fly reels and mono, fluoro and braid to the spools of my conventional gear. Most people prefer to back braided lines with mono because it slips on the spool at the connection point. I...

Use Jigs to Catch More Bass

Jigs are one of the most versatile, effective and easy to use lures ever made. Jigs for More Bass Jig fishing is the go-to presentation for many bass anglers. Jigs are effective and easy to fish. Where I grew up in Louisiana, bumping a jig into...

Fast Tracking Lure Confidence

Have you ever wondered what the quickest way to gain confidence in a new lure? Lure Confidence Article Contributed by Jay Randall The first thing you need to do when you get to your favorite fishing hole is grab your rod and tie on your...

Three Things Every Fisherman Should Know

After a long, hard week on the job, there’s nothing like a good day of fishing. However, before casting your line, there are at least three things you should know.   How to Find the Right Place & Time The fish bite most during feeding...

Wilderness FlexPod Fish Finder Install

Michael Guyer is back to give us another walk through of how to install electronics into the Wilderness Systems FlexPod. I began by installing the transducer mount that was supplied with my Fishfinder/GPS Combo unit on the bottom of the FlexPod. Next, I put a...

Beginners Guide To Storing Fishing Gear

Fishing is an extremely detailed sport that requires a lot of gear. It can be quite overwhelming to get your start in the world of fishing, but once you do, it’s hard to stop. Whether you’re packing your gear up from your first trip ever or...

Post Spawn Bass in the Grass

This article originally appeared in the Summer 2015 Issue of Kayak Bass Fishing Magazine. Click here to see it. Contributed by Drew Haerer Throughout the majority of the northeast, mid- to late June signifies that start of the post-spawn period. This period can be notoriously...

Learning the Local Waters

Contributed by John Schips Whether you’re in a boat, kayak, or casting from the shore, learning your local water is crucial to maximizing your chances of success. If you’re in an area that is known for some good fishing, chances are you can find some...

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