Just when you thought you might, just might have seen it all as far as artificial lures designed to fool bass, well — you know what they said about just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water. […]
The National Marine Electronics Association is the organization responsible for setting standards for marine electronics, including those for communication between units. The purpose for setting communication standards is to provide a common language and wiring procedure so units and sensors from all manufacturers can talk to each other. […]
As we transition from early to mid-summer, let’s take a look at some strategies that can really pay off next fall and winter. The hunting break between the end of spring turkey season and the beginning of fall bow season is not the time to lay back and rest if you want to maximize your results next deer season. […]
“During our first year on this property we had two old salt licks and added the Red Spot Plus to those sites,” said Hawkins. “Then we started five new mineral licks with only Red Sport Plus in different spots around the property.” […]
The Saltbreak is one of the new sunglass frame designs released by Costa Del Mar. When paired with Costa’s high-contrast specialty 580P sunrise polarized lens technology, anglers have a vital piece of equipment for fishing — especially when that fishing entails seeing a fish before it sees you in low-light conditions. […]
If you’re not the do-it-yourself type and would rather buy a pre-made flounder light with all the accessories, Paddle Punks Quality Kayaking and Fishing Equipment and Accessories sells the Cadillac of flounder lights — the WooHoo! Floundering Light.
Spring and summer insect hatches often leave trout stream anglers waxing poetic over finding the perfect fly to “match the hatch.” However, these swarming bugs have a very different effect on crappie and crappie anglers. […]