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Category: Fishing Tips

General Fishing Tips

Plants are quick to sprout up in smaller lakes as they warm up quicker than larger bodies of water. Once the plants are large enough, they attract bass and the prey that they feed upon. Most lakes and rivers are known for a...

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Tips on Presentation

When presenting the jig, you may get a strike on the drop or while working the jig. Cast the line and when it hits the bottom, hop the jig a few times and then swim the jig a good length before letting it rest again, then repeat...

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Locating Fish Tips

The reason why beginners have such trouble finding fish is that they only occupy a small portion of the waterway. The best locations offer a depth and temperature gradients, have rock piles or submerged cliffs, weeds and...

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Ice Fishing Tips

Before venturing out on the ice, check with ice hut vendors for ice conditions. Avoid and be cautious of points as pressure ridges usually form off them and the ice is thin. Large lakes can produce ridges as high as 6 feet or...

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Fly Fishing Tips

Fly fishing tips to get you looking like a pro in no time.   For novice fly anglers, we recommend looking at the Fas-Snap device offered by several vendors.   For an easy means to attach a leader to the fly line, use...

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Fishing Equipment Tips

Reel cleaning is critical to protecting your gear. Good reels can last a lifetime if they are taken care of properly. Most electronics stores have small kits of compact screwdrivers of various types and sizes. Use a thin messed...

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Fishing Bait Tips

When fishing with live bait fish like minnows, consider using oxygen tablets especially if you’ll be gone for  some time. While bait fish will work if dead, live bait fish does a better job of getting a fish’s attention...

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Smallmouth Bass prefer cool, oxygen rich water.

Therefore, try streams and rivers with fast moving water. Smallmouth can also be found behind brush or other debris and where rocks breach the surface, creating oxygen rich water.

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