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Planer Boards are being more and more popular each year. In fact, they seem to be replacing the use of outriggers. Why? You can put more lines out, and to make it even better, you can put the lines further out from your boat! Below is a list of parts you’ll need to build your[.....]

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Crappie anglers often struggle because we ignore the simplest facts. These principles will help everyone become more successful, which at the end of the day can be measured by the number of crappie in the live well. Be patient. If fish don’t perform the way the angler expects them to, most anglers Read More…

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In the summer time I use lots of chum. In the sallow, hot water I frequent, you have to hedge your bet any way you can. Chumming is a great way to do that. Target species determines the chum ingredients and size of chum. Redfish–My favorite is cracked Blue crab. Broken live shrimp is Read More…

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It would seem logical for a coastal marine fish that “free jumps” as much as mullet the fish would be a terror when hooked on rod and reel. But that’s not the case. Mullet hooked on sporting tackle rarely, if ever, leap. Yet mullet on their own accord are at times aqua jumping jacks, Read More…

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More heavyweight smallmouth bass in the 4-, 6-, and 8-pound or larger class are caught in spring than in all the other months combined. But consistently catching big bronzebacks–even in spring–isn’t a piece of cake. Outsize smallmouths are cagey and notoriously tight lipped. Read More…

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So you’re getting ready to fish a small lake for bass. It may be that small pond behind your house. Maybe it is the neighborhood lake or you live in a residential area with recreational fishing opportunities. Or perhaps the town you live in has a small city lake that allows public access. Small Read More…

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Helping less fortunate people is much of what America is all about. And for thousands of sportsmen, that means donating harvested wild game meat to help feed this nation’s burgeoning hungry people. Recently the North Florida Chapter of Safari Club International (SCI) donated over 700 pounds of Read More…

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Fishing has never been a static sport. By that I mean we have sure come a long way from the ubiquitous cane pole, some kite string, and a hook. Forget digging some worms alongside the creek bed or trying to catch some minnows in a bucket. Everything from rods, reels, fishing line, artificial baits Read More…