Month: August 2009

Pressure Fronts: The RIGHT Time To Go Fishing

Image by Tonyç via Flickr I could explain how low and high pressure works and how it relates to cold and warm fronts and what a stationary front is and the rotation of the Earth and the Coriolis force but I won’t bore you. You don’t want to be a meteorologist, you just want to fish. So I’ll explain in…

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Fishing Crankbaits: Go to where the fish are.

While I love fishing topwaters and dry flies, sometimes the fish aren’t there. When there are no clouds out and the sun is shining bright, the fish tend to go to deeper waters, bottom cover and off the ledges. This is a good time to get out the crankbaits. Crankbaits allow you to fish the deep depths down to about…

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Do You Need A Fish System?

Well the answer is “No” if you don’t have a boat but if you do have a boat, then it should be considered. Not only do fish systems help you find fish, more importantly, they help you find their habitat. And with the newer systems that have GPS, you are able to mark those hotspots so you’ll never forget where…

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