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For some people, fishing is a pastime. For others among us, it is a serious sport. However you perceive…

Fly Fishing for Beginners

Perch Fishing Tips – How To Catch Perch

Perch is a popular type of panfish. They spawn in the spring, and prefer cool water. During the spawn, perch can be found in the shallows, and in weed beds. Perch feed by sight and need light to locate prey. Learn to adjust and be flexible to different techniques, constantly vary the way in which the bait is presented until you catch perch. Perch are probably best known as an esteemed table fish. There are lots more…

Bass Fishing Tips – How To Catch Bass

Bass fishing…what a great way to spend a day! The top question when fishing for bass is where to find them. The most helpful piece of equipment for this is a good lake map. A map can show you potential hot spots. This will enable you to narrow down a lot of water before you have to make a cast. Here are some key elements you look for when it comes to locating bass on any given…

Wahoo Fishing Tips – How To Catch Wahoo

Known for its long hard runs at speeds up to 50 mph, the wahoo will often change directions and charge the boat in an attempt to lose the hook. Wahoo is the fastest, largest and meanest of the mackerel family. Wahoo are easily recognized by their long slender body with gorgeous blue vertical stripes.  Wahoo is a very good tasting fish. If you are looking to fish for wahoo than find the clean water around structure and you’ll find your Wahoo.…

Bluegill Fishing Tips

How To Catch Bluegill Bluegill and various panfish are fun to catch. Always plentiful in lakes on weed beds and around structures. Worms on a small hook with a bobber is a popular way to fish for bluegill but they will hit almost any natural bait or small spinner baits. There are more tips and secrets to catching more bluegill. Here is a collection of some of those bluegill fishing tips. Please browse around and enjoy our bluegill fishing tips. If you…

Grouper Fishing Tips

How To Catch Grouper Groupers are found in almost all temperate and tropical seas, usually over hard bottom. Some species of grouper prefer shallow water, while others inhabit deep, dark regions far offshore. The variety of methods for catching grouper include deep jigging, deep live baiting, wreck and reef fishing, deep trolling, chumming patch reefs and even bridge fishing. Grouper are usually not very finicky. If you find them they usually will bite. But, set the hook…