Fishing can be a challenging hobby for both new anglers and seasoned pros alike. Although some people may think it’s as simple as throwing a lure into the water and waiting for fish to arrive, most of us know it’s not that simple. One big challenge you’ll face as an angler is dealing with different water conditions. I’m not referring so much to the calmness of the water (or lack thereof), what I’m referring to is temperature, oxidation, and clarity. All of these aspects can have a huge impact on your ability to catch fish. Keep reading to learn more about water conditions while fishing.
It’s hard to believe that in less than a month we’ll be bringing in a new year. It seems like the holiday season tends to fly by so quickly. Don’t pack up your fishing gear and start planning next year’s fishing adventures just yet. December through January is a great time to go ice fishing, and if you’ve been looking for something to do with your family during this time of year, ice fishing may be just the thing! Whether you’re a seasoned ice fishing pro, or you’ve never gone before, we’re going to offer up some helpful tips for you to consider this season.
The largemouth bass is by far the most popular game fish in America due not only to its abundance, but also due to the fight that they put up when hooked. But whether you’re a competitive fisher trying to find the biggest fish or just a casual fisher looking to get a few more catches, there’s never a bad time to look at some techniques for catching a few more while out bass fishing.
Naturally occurring lakes, rivers, and ponds, as well as man-made lakes are usually freshwater and will have entirely different marine life than saltwater life. As a result, freshwater fishing can be an entirely different experience than saltwater fishing. In this blog, we’re going to take a look at several helpful tips you should follow for freshwater fishing.