The Upper Chesapeake Bay is home to some monster fish, but it’s not as easy as just launching your boat and flipping some docks. There are a lot of variables that need to be taken into consideration if you want to land a trophy!

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The Best Tactical Knife on the Market

I recently got my hands on the new tactical series from Knives of Alaska. There are three models to choose from, all of which are automatic opening: Strike Force, Recon, and Night Hawk. With so many different knives to choose from now, it can be overwhelming for anyone, and with prices frequently above the $100 mark, choosing really has become something most of us don’t do on a whim. Lucky for you, I’ve already used their knives for years, so I was eager to get this blade and try it out as soon as I could. Now I’m going to share with you all what it is I’ve found as well as details about how you can get one for free!

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New Verified Pro Accounts Added!

Just added! New verified pro accounts on Fishidy – start following Mike Iaconelli, Babe Winkelman, Shaw Grigsby and Mariko Izumi!

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Low and Slow for Big Spring Pike

Springtime is by far my most favorite time of the year to fish. You get to go outside after being cooped up for months, use a normal sized fishing rod, and catch some of the biggest fish of the year. One species that is popularly targeted in the springtime, particularly on river systems where you can legally target them all year is the Northern Pike. Yeah, I’m a walleye guy by trade, but I love all fish with teeth!

Pike generally spawn right away at first ice out and occasionally even under the melting ice. Just like most other fish, pike feed heavily post spawn. On top of this, they are one of the more active fish in colder water making them a great choice to chase when the water is still below 40 degrees. Generally these fish are found in shallow water (3-6 feet) with sandy or muddy bottoms and a small amount of current. These areas tend to warm up more quickly stimulating plant growth as well as insect emergence. With warmer water, food, and shelter, smaller fish move into the area which brings in the hungry post-spawn pike.

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The New Fishidy App Is Here!

It’s our biggest update yet with tons of new features, a brand new look and feel, and marking catches and spots is easier than ever before.

  • Get Social – Connect with friends and other local anglers
  • Real-time Activity – View the latest posts, catches and fishing reports
  • More Interaction – “Like” posts, read comments and add your own
  • Better Data – Find publicly displayed catches and spots on the map
  • New Design – Complete re-design for streamlined look and feel

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Let others know Fishidy is the #1 fishing app by downloading it now and leaving us a review in the app store. And if you have suggestions to help us further improve the app please send us a message.

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