Finding The Best Equipment

July 15, 2019 by  
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When you do something, you want to do it well. It is a natural human attitude – to feel that your experience of something will be improved the better you are at it. and for most people, this is certainly the case. This is why people spend a lot of money on fishing equipment. Some will spend a great deal on something that they don’t even end up using very much. The reason for their doing so is that there is a lot of equipment out there that will enable you to improve your game. When that’s at stake, people will be prepared to push the boat out (pardon the accidental and awful pun).

Good fishing equipment does not need to be expensive, but there is no doubt that some financial outlay will be rewarded with more sophisticated equipment. If you know what you are looking for, then you will be able to find a lot of different variations on the theme – and then comes the time for the comparison shop. Comparison shopping has become hugely popular in recent years as a way of finding the best deal on any product. Not just the best price, but the best value. How well does it do what it does, and is it worth the $10 extra they are asking for? Ask the Internet.

People who know about fishing equipment will often congregate on forums with fishing as their theme. Visit a few of these forums and canvass opinion before going and spending your cash.

How Far Will You Go?

July 14, 2019 by  
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There are perhaps more fishermen and anglers in the world than there are practitioners of any other sporting pursuit. There are many reasons for this – the peace and quiet that it offers; the fact that you can, ordinarily, eat what you catch; even, in some people’s view, the return to a sort of “hunter-gatherer” mentality. Whatever the reason for going, though, one thing that never ceases to surprise people is how far a committed angler will go on a fishing trip. There are perfectly good streams and rivers in this country, they will argue. Why go half way round the world?

The same people would probably not ask the world’s great botanists and naturalists why they go to Kenya to see tigers or to Norway to see the handsome forests which are there. People like to go fishing in different locations because it provides different fish, different climates, and different experiences. You might just as well ask why people go to foreign countries on holiday. There is a big world out there, and a lot to see. And there are many fish to be caught.

There are also a number of hot spots on the planet where fishing will be rewarded with a more exotic catch, a challenge in terms of landing the larger fish that you catch, or a more peaceful location to cast your line. Whatever your reason for going, there really is a wide range of choice out there, and if you are planning a fishing holiday you should certainly consider spreading your wings somewhat.

After The Fishing, There’s More…

July 12, 2019 by  
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The skiing fraternity seem to many people as though they have a monopoly on post-hobby fun. In fact, there is a French word – après-ski – which is used to describe a social scene which is present in nigh-on every ski resort in the world. In practice, it generally means drinking a lot of schnapps and dancing to incredibly loud music. Although fishing is perhaps less of an intensely energetic pursuit than skiing, the fishing fraternity still don’t so too badly for an evening’s entertainment.

If you go on a fishing trip, you will usually be located in a fairly rural setting. Although this may not play in most people’s minds, into something which could be considered the height of social enjoyment, it is more or less a rule that every fishing village or small town will have at least one bar which serves good, hearty food and enough beer to sink a small navy. This is something that makes a fishing trip worthwhile even for some of the less committed anglers in your group.

It may be that you don’t want to go out after your afternoon’s work. There is no harm to this, either, and it may be that you will prefer to return to your accommodation and set to preparing the fish you have caught for an evening meal. This is one of the most enjoyable things about fishing – knowing that you have caught and prepared what you are eating. It brings out something primal in a person, which satisfies an urge.

Hunting and Fishing (Spare time guides: information sources for hobbies and recreation) [Hardcover]

April 29, 2010 by  
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Hunting and Fishing (Spare time guides: information sources for hobbies and recreation)No description for this product could be found, but have a look over at Amazon for reviews and other information.

Northwest Wisconsin Fishing Map Guide, Northern Region: Lake Maps and Fishing Information for Bayfield, Douglas, Sawyer & Washburn Counties (Sportsman’s Connection) [Spiral-bound]

April 29, 2010 by  
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Northwest Wisconsin Fishing Map Guide, Northern Region: Lake Maps and Fishing Information for Bayfield, Douglas, Sawyer & Washburn Counties (Sportsman's Connection)

Hayward, Spooner, Minong, Ashland, Bayfield and other popular Northwest Wisconsin fishing destinations are covered in this volume. The Chippewa Flowage, Lac Court Oreilles, Lake Chetac, Grindstone, Deer and Chequamegon Bay are among more than 175 lake maps included. Now includes marked fishing spots! “What a treasure-trove of info and fun reading! I’m actually using the book as a way to locate lakes where I might retire to in 3 years. It’s great to shop for property based on (more…)

The Sturgeon Seekers – DVD #1 – Willamette River Fishing #1 & Bonneville Sturgeon Center

April 29, 2010 by  
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The Sturgeon Seekers - DVD #1 - Willamette River Fishing #1 & Bonneville Sturgeon Center

Welcome to The Sturgeon Seekers, where it is our goal to educate and inform on Sturgeon past and present.In Series 1 we travel to different locations in Oregon to learn about Sturgeon and Fish for Sturgeon.In part 1 of this DVD we are fishing on the Willamette River in Portland, Oregonwith Paul & Melinda Austin and RobertFitch. Not only did we catch a few Sturgeonbut we had some mishaps, stories, and a lotof fun.Opening Theme, Dramatic Music, Intro., Interviews, Talks, Underwat (more…)

Fly Fishing Mastery – Do You Like to Fish? Presenting Your Ultimate Guide To Fly Fishing! Learn What It Takes To Become An Expert Fly Fisher! (Kindle Edition)

April 29, 2010 by  
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Fly Fishing Mastery - Do You Like to Fish? Presenting Your Ultimate Guide To Fly Fishing! Learn What It Takes To Become An Expert Fly Fisher!

Do You Like to Fish? Presenting Your Ultimate Guide To Fly Fishing! Learn What It Takes To Become An Expert Fly Fisher!Whether you are a beginner and are looking for a way to improve your fly fishing, this guide will give you some very useful and time saving information. Here is what you will learn inside this guide:    * You will learn some of the history About Fly Fishing    * You will know how to choose the best rod for you.    * You will know how to choose the best (more…)

Fishing & Boating in Kentucky 1967 — Official Manual with Information on lakes, streams, maps, species, facilities, regulations, licenses, boating

April 29, 2010 by  
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Fishing & Boating in Kentucky 1967 -- Official Manual with Information on lakes, streams, maps, species, facilities, regulations, licenses, boating

Fishing & Boating in Kentucky 1967 — Official Manual with Information on lakes, streams, maps, species, facilities, regulations, licenses, boating

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Southern Illinois Fishing Map Guide: Lake Maps and Fishing Information for Over 150 Lakes Plus the Smithland Pool Area of the Ohio River (Fishing Maps from Sportsman’s Connection) [Spiral-bound]

April 29, 2010 by  
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Southern Illinois Fishing Map Guide: Lake Maps and Fishing Information for Over 150 Lakes Plus the Smithland Pool Area of the Ohio River (Fishing Maps from Sportsman's Connection)No description for this product could be found, but have a look over at Amazon for reviews and other information.

Walleye Live Bait Tactics

April 29, 2010 by  
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Walleye Live Bait Tactics

Walleye Live Bait Tactics discusses river locations and the proper vertical jigging techniques. During this segment you’ll also find out how to “Jig Down and Troll Up” to increase your fishing time. The video covers how to use live bait snells and spinners using a bottom bouncer. This technique works in lakes and reservoirs throughout the year. There is new information on how to use GPS to increase your success, and a variety of tips on equipment and tackle to make you a better (more…)

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