Tag: Fish

How To Avoid Summer Fish Kills When The Lake Feels Like Bathwater

How To Avoid Summer Fish Kills When The Lake Feels Like Bathwater

When the heat is on during summertime, many game fish are vulnerable to the bathwater temperatures of our fisheries throughout the country.Most game fish can tolerate and remain in shallow hot water for short periods of time but…

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Mayfly marvels: much more than fish food

Mayfly marvels: much more than fish food

Once the mayfly’s imago stage is complete, the insects mate in comingling swarms, with males using their enlarged front legs to grab and hold females. Within a few hours of mating, females release their eggs near the water…

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Michael Jordan Caught A GIANT Fish In One of The Biggest Fishing Tournaments In The World

Michael Jordan Caught A GIANT Fish In One of The Biggest Fishing Tournaments In The World

The greatest player of all time does it again! Michael Jordan just pulled in a 442 lb Blue Marlin off the shores of North Carolina. In addition to MJ, North Carolina is home to the annual Big Blue…

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The 5 Best Places To Fish In Missouri This Season

The 5 Best Places To Fish In Missouri This Season

Missouri offers some of the best fishing in the Midwest for a variety of gamefish. The state features several reservoirs teeming with thriving populations of largemouth bass, spotted bass, smallmouth bass, white and black crappie, white bass and…

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Fishing Wisconsin In The Spring, The Easiest Way To Catch As Many Fish As Possible

Fishing Wisconsin In The Spring, The Easiest Way To Catch As Many Fish As Possible

I’ve been fishing in Wisconsin for as long as I can remember. First, with my Dad and brothers, then the Boy Scouts, and eventually with my fishing buddies. Venturing north and leaving the urban sprawl of Chicago in…

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How To Catch And Cook One Of America’s Most Underrated Fish

How To Catch And Cook One Of America's Most Underrated Fish

Youtube angler, Lake Fork Guy, targets white bass as they begin the spring spawn in Texas. White bass are native to lakes, reservoirs, and rivers throughout the Midwest but have also been introduced to lakes throughout the country….

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Austin Felix: Targeting individual fish in a tournament

Austin Felix: Targeting individual fish in a tournament

A technique that Austin Felix has been playing with, to some extent for a while now, is one that most everyone employs in the spring during the spawn. Targeting individual fish in a tournament can be what makes…

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If You Could Fish Anywhere In The World, Where Would It Be?

If You Could Fish Anywhere In The World, Where Would It Be?

Youtube angler, Jon B has fished all across the globe, venturing into some of the wildest places on earth—a few I didn’t even know existed. His ability to capture these wild fishing adventures on film has allowed him…

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Why Red Lures CRUSH Fish In The Spring

Why Red Lures CRUSH Fish In The Spring

Some of best spring bass lures are crankbaits in crawfish colors such as brown and orange for bass in the spring because bass forage heavily on crustaceans during the season. I know red lipless crankbaits produced bass in…

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Why Do Shiny Baits Catch People So Many Fish?

Why Do Shiny Baits Catch People So Many Fish?

When the sun is shining, throwing a bait that reflects the light increases your odds of catching fish. Various forage such as shad, crawfish, minnows, and worms all reflect ultraviolet light from the sun and bass see this…

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