Fishing at night is a great variation for both the fisherman and the fish. There’s just a few additional pieces of equipment to consider, but the reward may be catching both different and bigger fish. The first thing to add … Continue reading
Fishermen often describe the technique of reeling in a lure as “Walking the dog”. The technique works with any lure, but is most often used to describe reeling in a top lure. Top Lure After casting out a top lure, … Continue reading
Whether casting from your own dock, travelling to a fishing hole, or going out on a boat, here’s some basic items to keep with reach. Rod and Reel Fishing line Hooks swivels lures bait knife plyers bobbers sinkers Fish bucket … Continue reading
10-6-12 – Why Hunt When You Can Fish! « D & B Ice Adventures’s Blog.
Nearly 3 Million people live in Taipei is the capital city of Taiwan. Not an exceptionally crowded city, but like any urban dwellers, residents are left craving nature. A popular solution is indoor shrimp fishing. Locals and tourists catch shrimp using … Continue reading
Bait fishing requires a little more effort up front than lure fishing, but that leaves more time for relaxing once you’ve cast out your bait. After that it’s a waiting game. When bait fishing, You’ll need something to keep the … Continue reading