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Recycling Your Ripped Plastics

My own fishing lures? We've all caught fish before on a variety of different artificial baits.  You've probably had that exciting feeling that you get when you catch a fish with a certain style or type of bait that you've...
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Giving Back to Support Youth Anglers

The popularity of fishing has exploded over the last several decades. Many professional fishermen are just as much household names as NFL or NBA superstars. Their dedication and expertise in the sport of fishing have encouraged numerous people throughout...
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Tips for Catching Fish in River Systems

Fishing in high current has challenges and advantages when it comes to targeting bass. Many believe fishing in current makes it easier to know where bass will position so they can ambush baitfish caught helpless in the current. I...
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8 of the Best Ways to Save Money for Fishing

In the last 20-30 years fishing products and gear have advanced in such an amazing way.  This has led to greater and greater success on the water for many anglers.  The other thing it advanced was the cost to...
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Recycle Your Worn Soft Plastic Baits

The call to action for fishermen across the country is simple – don’t throw your soft plastic lures overboard! Pitch them in the trash or a designated recycling bin, and not in the water. But while finding a trash can...