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HOW TO STORE YOUR KAYAK

Nov 4, 2020
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Gary Lacey

So you bought a kayak (or two) and now you have to figure out where and how to store it. There are actually a lot of options, but here are the basic rules to abide by to keep your kayak safe, secure, and in great shape.

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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.

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3 Quick Fly Fishing Tips

Nov 1, 2020
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Steve Moore

Here’s a collection of tips that don’t fit into any category and will make your journey into the sport of fly fishing more straightforward – a few lessons from my personal school of hard knocks.

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3 LURES FOR ANY KAYAK FISHING SITUATION

Oct 28, 2020
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Jeff Jones

Despite what you may see on a fishing pro’s social media post, there isn’t a perfect lure that will catch fish every time you go out. There are however, shortcuts to catching fish, and that is what this article will cover.

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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.

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The Fish Camp

Oct 18, 2020
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Steve Moore

As we roll up on steelhead season, many will head to “fish camps” as a part of that annual ritual. Living out of a true fish camp makes the expedition authentic – here’s the skinny.

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How to Break Your Rod… and Other Dumb Stunts

Oct 17, 2020
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Steve Moore

Beyond the standard, broad topics easing your introduction into fly fishing, some things are only learnable on a hit-or-miss basis through the school of hard knocks. This article aims to save you some of the tuition with a few costly personal confessions.

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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.

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Tube Fishing for Fall Bass | A Breakdown with Zach Soulliere

Oct 14, 2020
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Mike Cheatham

Zach Souilliere grew up around Port Huron where he went to Saginaw Valley College and played ice hockey. After college he started working for a healthcare company, recruiting nurses for in-home pediatric care.

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FALL FISHING TIPS WITH THE VIBE PRO TEAM

Oct 14, 2020
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Gary Lacey

Coast to coast, fall offers lots of great opportunities to catch a variety of gamefish, as cooling water temperatures spark hot bites for everything from trout, catfish and crappies to bass, redfish, and walleyes.