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Hobie 360 Drive | Will It Change Your Fishing?

Dec 11, 2020
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Mike Cheatham

As a member of the Hobie fishing team representing Caney Fork Outdoors, I get the opportunity to take a lot of folks out to demo kayaks. It is really the easiest part of being on the team because it is definitely a brand that I believe in; a brand that sells itself. The Hobie 360 Drive, the stability of their kayak, and the features offered up until this year put it arguably at the top of the list of kayaks on the market.

Kayak Bass Fishing Northeast Anglers | Don’t Overlook Anglers From The Northeast

Dec 9, 2020
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Mike Cheatham

When I thought of fishing in the north, I pictured someone looking through a hole in the ice hoping something comes by and bites. To be honest, anywhere north of Kentucky was like the arctic as far as I was concerned until I started seriously fishing kayak tournaments; traveling to Ohio, Wisconsin, West Virginia, or Pennsylvania.

ANGLR’s 12-Days of Fishmas | Gifts and Stocking Stuffers for the ANGLR in Your Life

Dec 7, 2020
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Shaye Baker

Shopping for that special someone in your life can be tough. When that special someone likes to fish, it’s even tougher. Trying to remember if your angler uses a 3/0 Extra Wide Gap hook on his or her Texas rig or a 5/0 offset isn’t something you should have to burden yourself with this holiday season.

Fishing Tools | 5 Fishing Tools Every Angler Needs

Nov 23, 2020
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Shaye Baker

There are hundreds, if not thousands, of fishing tools on the market now. Every company in the fishing space has slapped its logo on a set of pliers or scissors and flooded the market, so it’s hard to tell what’s a good buy and what’s not.

Soft Plastic Storage | Three Options for Storing Soft Plastics

Nov 17, 2020
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Shaye Baker

Soft plastic storage can be a bit of a pain. They’re cumbersome and heavy compared to their life expectancy. If you get on a good flipping bite, you could go through 2 or 3 packs in a day.

Jerkbait Storage | Storing Top 3 Storage Options for Jerkbaits

Nov 9, 2020
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Shaye Baker

I love to mess with tackle, especially in the winter months when the conditions are less than ideal to fish at times. It seems like there’s some new tackle storage system coming out every week now, so there’s always something to try or look into.

Three Best Options for Storing Bass Fishing Weights

Nov 3, 2020
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Shaye Baker

You either love to do tackle or you hate it. I personally really enjoy messing around with tackle when I’m not on the water. It’s my favorite way to kind of extend the experience where some anglers do the same thing through map study, reading fishing reports or studying their logbook.

Match the Hatch With Your Bait Selection While Fall Bass Fishing

Nov 2, 2020
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Shaye Baker

The fall is heavily upon us now and this is one of the most crucial times of year to match the hatch when it comes to bait selection. With an overabundance of shad flooding the shallows of many fisheries, typically you have to pick something very similar in size and color to get bit, only depending on the action of the bait to help it stand out from the crowd.

Five 13 Fishing Baits Built for Fall Bass Fishing

Oct 19, 2020
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ANGLR

As the fall ramps up, the water temps are cooling down. Fish are spread out from 20-feet deep on structure to 6-inches deep chasing bait. Then there’s also a large portion of the population suspended over deep water chasing hoards of baitfish.

Why Balsa Crankbaits are so Effective in the Fall

Oct 16, 2020
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ANGLR

My first experience with balsa crankbaits was a Bagley balsa crankbait from the ’70s. It was one of the things I pulled from the tacklebox my dad used for years.