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Fishing Tip of the Day

The fishing tip of the day is a casualty. Not much interest in this so it will be discontinued.

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May 19, 2006 Posted by | Fishing Tip of the Day | Leave a comment

Fishing Tip of the Day

Disposable Memories!

Carrying a small, one-time use camera in your tackle box will make sure that your next memories are captured on film before your release your them back in the water for the next trip!

May 18, 2006 Posted by | Fishing Tip of the Day | Leave a comment

Fishing Tip of the Day

Records Are The Key!

Keeping records of your fishing trips will help you zero in the lures and techniques that worked on a past trip when the catching was good. It also helps you plan your next fishing trip.

May 17, 2006 Posted by | Fishing Tip of the Day | Leave a comment

Fishing Tip of the Day

Set The Alarm

When faced with low water lake conditions, never leave the ramp without first setting your shallow water depth alarm at a depth that will give you time to veer away from shallow structure.

May 16, 2006 Posted by | Fishing Tip of the Day | Leave a comment

Fishing Tip of the Day

More Cold Water Advice

Sometimes a small spinning blade is important to attract bass by sight or sound. A small spinner attached to the head of a light jig can be very effective in cold water; run a spinning blade ahead of a weedless spoon in moderately thick cover.

May 15, 2006 Posted by | Fishing Tip of the Day | Leave a comment

Fishing Tip of the Day

Check-lists

For serious outdoor enthusiasts – If you use a personal computer, create a folder called "Check-lists" in which to store lists of items you don't want to forget the next time you leave on an outdoor excursion. In the folder, keep permanent lists for Boating, Deer Camp, Bass Fishing, Upland Hunting, etc. If you don't use a computer, type up the lists and keep them in a "Checklists" folder in your filing cabinet

May 12, 2006 Posted by | Fishing Tip of the Day | Leave a comment

Fishing Tip of the Day

Since it isn't getting too warm too soon…

Cold Water Success!

When the water gets below 55 degrees retrieving your lures slowly and casting often in the same location will improve your hook ups. Rule of Thumb: if your think your fishing slow, slow down even more!

May 9, 2006 Posted by | Fishing Tip of the Day | Leave a comment