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Reel Talk: Noodlin’ Around with Allison Hunter Voges

Sometimes you’re the fish, and sometimes you’re the hook. The key is to fight-fight-fight regardless of which role you’re playing. The lines can get blurred, especially in the strange and dangerous world of catfish noodling. Few know this better than Allison Hunter Voges, better known as @amHunter11 on Instagram. For those not yet among Allison’s […]

GOING H2O with TONY LUDOVICO – THE OCEAN GHOST

By Adam Rocke Behind the lens of a low-volume mask, probing eyes stare down into the blue abyss. Those eyes have serious mileage on them, and have seen things most of us could only dream of—or be afraid to dream of! And yet here they are once again, on the lookout, scanning, searching, hoping… In […]

Adventuring with Maria Prekeges and Jon White

Save $400. Have fun. Learn at your own pace. Sounds good, right? That’s essentially the mission statement that lures Maria Prekeges and Jon White outdoors. And they mean it!

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Is Today a Good Day For Fishing? Where Can I Go Fishing Near Me?

When’s the best time to fish? If you love fishing, the only bad day is the one where you aren’t on the water. But there are certainly better and worse conditions for catching fish, and countless variables that can be taken into consideration if you want to know whether or not it’s a good day […]

Reel Talk: Jennifer Lampkin rings our belle!

Everything is bigger in Texas–and bass are no exception! As if on cue, Jennifer Lampkin (@southernbellefishingtx)is on site pulling up a monster largemouth bass, smiling from cheek to cheek. Born and raised in East Texas, Jennifer knows a thing or two about tackling big fish that northerners might only dream of. For her, though, it’s […]

Fin-telligence: The powerhouse Smallmouth bass

The American angler is born with an awareness of the word “bass.” They are so ingrained in our culture that it is likely not until many years have passed that even seasoned reelers realize that they are several varieties (not unlike trout, salmon, and other catch-all words). Beyond the markings on their logo, even the […]

Reel Talk: Noodlin’ Around with Allison Hunter Voges

Sometimes you’re the fish, and sometimes you’re the hook. The key is to fight-fight-fight regardless of which role you’re playing. The lines can get blurred, especially in the strange and dangerous world of catfish noodling. Few know this better than Allison Hunter Voges, better known as @amHunter11 on Instagram. For those not yet among Allison’s […]

Fin-Telligence: The oft-misunderstood Fallfish

If you are an avid cold-water angler, then you know that clean, cold water isn’t only attractive to salmonids like trout, char, and salmon. Other fish enjoy the benefits of high-oxygenation and clear channels with lots of insect life. Today we are shining a little light on one of the “nuisance” fish that can ruin […]

Adventuring with Maria Prekeges and Jon White

Save $400. Have fun. Learn at your own pace. Sounds good, right? That’s essentially the mission statement that lures Maria Prekeges and Jon White outdoors. And they mean it!

Charters, Guides and Outfitters

So You Want to Be a Fishing Guide? Chandler Williams Offers Some Tips

When we last connected with Chandler Williams (@chandler_williams_fishing on Instagram), we told you about his grit: Working for a neighbor to earn his first fly rod; teaching himself how to fly cast; sleeping all night on a dock as a young teenager in order to hitch his first ride with a sport fisher. You get […]

Flycastergal: Allison Helen Hendricks

Allison Helen Hendricks’ father tied his own flies and made his own fly rods. He put one in Allison’s hands when she was five years old.   Despite her fly fishing legacy, she didn’t make a cast in her teens or much of her twenties. It was not until a decade or so ago, when […]

Reeling In Amelia Island’s Treasures with Drake Bordnick

For the past three years, Drake Bordnick (@DBordyFishing on Instagram) has been a guide on Amelia Island — a spit of sand off Florida’s Atlantic Coast near the Georgia border. Amelia has a long history of pirate occupation — Luis Aury, Jean Lafitte, Captain Kidd, Blackbeard — and tales of ghosts and buried treasure abound. […]

Fresh Water

Reel Talk: Jennifer Lampkin rings our belle!

Everything is bigger in Texas–and bass are no exception! As if on cue, Jennifer Lampkin (@southernbellefishingtx)is on site pulling up a monster largemouth bass, smiling from cheek to cheek. Born and raised in East Texas, Jennifer knows a thing or two about tackling big fish that northerners might only dream of. For her, though, it’s […]

Fin-Telligence: The oft-misunderstood Fallfish

If you are an avid cold-water angler, then you know that clean, cold water isn’t only attractive to salmonids like trout, char, and salmon. Other fish enjoy the benefits of high-oxygenation and clear channels with lots of insect life. Today we are shining a little light on one of the “nuisance” fish that can ruin […]

Why Should You Learn How to Fish? That’s a Good Question

They say that nothing worth having comes easy, and this is certainly true when it comes to catching fish. Learning how to fish is anything but easy. Getting started involves handling sharp things with unfamiliar motor skills, there are plenty of confusing knots to memorize, and because the activity has an infinite skill ceiling, it […]

Tips and Hacks

How to Tie Fishing Knots – Two of the Best Fishing Knots to Know by Heart

Knowing how to tie fishing knots can make or break your experience on the water. For all the knots there are to wrap your head around, few are as valuable to memorize as the improved clinch knot and double uni knot.

Video: T-Roy’s Tackle Box

Ever wonder what is in a bass pro’s tackle box. T-Roy flips the lid on his to show his Strike King arsenal.

Video: T-Roy Broussard Bass Tips – Blacken the Braid

In crystal clear water, fish can see a braided line. In this video, T-Roy share his hack to outsmart them.

Video: T-Roy Broussard Bass Tips – The Hydrowave

If the fish aren’t biting, maybe they just need a little stimulation….sound stimulation that is. T-Roy explains why he’s never going back since equipping his boat with the Hydrowave.

Video: T-Roy Broussard Bass Tips – Change Up Your Lure

Just because they stopped biting doesn’t mean they aren’t there. In this Tip/Hack video, pro reeler T-Roy Broussard talks about why it’s important to “change it up” when your line goes quiet.

Andrew Nordbye’s Cold Water Bassin’ Tip #7 – Key Areas and Depths

You’ve just landed at your favorite fishing waters. Now where are those bass hiding? In this final installment of Andrew Nordbye’s Cold Water Bassin’ Tips, he lays out exactly where you should be looking first.

Fly Fishing

Adventuring with Maria Prekeges and Jon White

Save $400. Have fun. Learn at your own pace. Sounds good, right? That’s essentially the mission statement that lures Maria Prekeges and Jon White outdoors. And they mean it!

Fin-Telligence: The elusive tiger trout!

When learning about the various quarries that can attract reelers to the outdoors, there are a few time-honored stalwarts that come to mind. Rainbow trout, largemouth bass, tarpon, grouper–all are among the first to cross the mind of a new angler. Murkier water comes with the territory, both literally and figuratively, and even species aren’t […]

Fin-Telligence: Brown Trout

Left to their own devices, brown trout (salmo trutta) would own the world’s freshwater. They’re aggressive, voracious predators that start young, picking off insects and invertebrates that inhabit the same streams, rivers, and lakes. Bigger specimens (and they DO get big: more than 40 lbs.) make life miserable for their smaller neighbors, snacking happily on […]

Fin-telligence

Fin-telligence: The powerhouse Smallmouth bass

The American angler is born with an awareness of the word “bass.” They are so ingrained in our culture that it is likely not until many years have passed that even seasoned reelers realize that they are several varieties (not unlike trout, salmon, and other catch-all words). Beyond the markings on their logo, even the […]

Fin-Telligence: The elusive tiger trout!

When learning about the various quarries that can attract reelers to the outdoors, there are a few time-honored stalwarts that come to mind. Rainbow trout, largemouth bass, tarpon, grouper–all are among the first to cross the mind of a new angler. Murkier water comes with the territory, both literally and figuratively, and even species aren’t […]

Fin-Telligence: Brown Trout

Left to their own devices, brown trout (salmo trutta) would own the world’s freshwater. They’re aggressive, voracious predators that start young, picking off insects and invertebrates that inhabit the same streams, rivers, and lakes. Bigger specimens (and they DO get big: more than 40 lbs.) make life miserable for their smaller neighbors, snacking happily on […]

Get a grip: how to hold a bass properly

If you practice catch and release, the effect of gripping a fish by the mouth is maybe something many anglers haven’t considered. Is it safest to hold it vertically or horizontally? With a clamping scale? A biologist and two veterinarians devised an experiment to see what, if any, harm was done by different ways of […]

Fin-Telligence: Striped Bass

Stripers may be the most popular saltwater gamefish in the country. Striped bass (Morone saxatilis) are voracious — and pretty indiscriminate — predators. When you combine their hard-striking eating habits with their hefty average size, stripers are a damn fun fish to catch. And that’s why reelers chase these so-called rockfish up and down the Eastern Seaboard, all […]

Fin-Telligence: Common Snook

Several species of snook, or ròbalo, are out there — six in the Atlantic and six in the Pacific — but only four species are capable of growing bigger than 10 pounds. Of these four, only one is found in U.S. waters, in the subtropical Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of México: the common snook […]

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