The Advantage of Real-time Fishing Notifications

We’ve all had days when it seems like no matter what you try – changing lures, slowing down your retrieve, new spots – the fish just won’t bite. What if there was a way to see if other anglers on the waterways you’re fishing were having success? Find out what they were using and where? With Fishidy’s real-time fishing activity notifications, you now have that advantage!

smallmouth bass [click to continue…]

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Wild Shiners for Trophy Largemouth Bass

A month ago, if you invited me out fishing using live bait, I would have laughed and told you to forget it. Never in my life would I have imagined using wild shiners for bass. However, on December 9th, I was exposed to a whole new world of fishing.

kate with largemouth bass

Growing up, my father always had the best fishing equipment, the newest plastics, and nearly every damn lure you could think of. Naturally, I grew up fishing those lures. I learned the techniques and the proper ways to fish them. Most who know me, know that I tournament fish and [click to continue…]

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Happy New Year!

Thanks to our Fishidy Ambassadors, all of our team members and everyone part of this exciting community for another great year! Here’s to an even better 2015 – Happy New Year!

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A Guide to Keeping Busy During Times of Hard Water

Let’s face it, winter kind of stinks. Yeah there is ice fishing, grouse hunting, and “Elf” is on every station all day, every day. That only quenches my boredom so much. I constantly find myself day dreaming about watching my planer boards fall back, or the rush of having a smallmouth slam a topwater only feet away from me while wading in a stream. For those of you who suffer the same pain, here are a few things to keep yourself sane throughout the hard water times, and get yourself organized for spring fishing.

frozen lake [click to continue…]

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Fishing on a Budget

Five great tips on how to get more out of your gear!

Newsflash: this sport is expensive. Every trip to the lake begins with gas in the truck and boat, lures, lines, reels, rods, clothing, electronics, and pretty soon that one trip for an afternoon can cost you hundreds. But my friends and I have found some pretty cool ways to make your gear last longer, or have multiple uses, and I wanted to share them with you. I’m big on learning too, so feel free to drop comments about how you cut costs as well!

fishing reel [click to continue…]

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