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The Art of Microfishing

Redline Darter Etheostoma rufilineatum is endemic to the southeast USA.

Micro fishing has been described as a sub-species of fishing and I think that term suits it best. Anglers who micro fish agree that specialized equipment works best for these specialized fish and new companies have formed making hooks, lines, weights, and accessories. Micro fishing is slowly but surely becoming …

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Drifting Bait in the Current for Trout

Trout streams and places to cast.

Drifting bait for trout can be an exciting way to pass the day away.  You don’t have to spend a fortune on gear and tackle unless you want to.  Many areas are stocking trout ion the rivers from spring through fall so your odds are good that you will feel …

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Delicious Ground Pike Patty Recipe

Fish patty recipe

We like fish and often make dishes other than baked or fried. Pike and pickerel tend to have a lot more bones in them than most other fish. I can filet the bones out but I’d rather filet most of the bones out and use a manual meat grinder with …

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Dough Bait for Carp

Carp wasn’t something that we caught growing up.  I spent a lot of time fishing the delta for trout, flounder, and redfish.  When I moved to Ohio I met a coworker named Jessie that introduced me to fishing for carp.  At lunch one day we left and headed to the …

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Telescopic Fishing Rods

We’ve all been there. We’ve been away on vacation or had to go across town and find a place to fish but we don’t want to carry around a six or 7 foot fishing rod on the bus.  Look what we can do with our telescopic fishing rod. It will …

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Scriber Lake

Went fishing at Scriber Lake today and caught one single trout.  It is better than staying in and watching FB update.

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Telescopic Travel Fishing Rods

The Versatile Telescopic Fishing Rod Telescopic fishing rods are a great way to take an impromptu side trip.  Pack rods and telescopic rods are a great way to take your fishing rod anywhere.  In fact our fishing rods have been to every continent except Antarctica (that we know of).  Ellis …

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