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Bowfishing

  • Top 2 Kinds Of Bowfishing Bows

    Top 2 Kinds Of Bowfishing Bows

    Most bowfishing bows are either recurved or compound weapons. The minimum pull on a bow intended for bowfishing should be around 45 pounds, since there must be enough force to drive the arrow straight through the water and into the target fish.
  • Basic Bowfishing Accessories

    Basic Bowfishing Accessories

    Bowfishing is no exception to this rule. Although the only absolutely necessary items are a bow, a set of…
  • Which Bowfishing Arrows To Use

    Which Bowfishing Arrows To Use

    Bowfishing arrows are specially designed for their specific environment and quarry, and you must be careful to obtain the…
  • Bowfishing Reel – Which One Should You Choose?

    Bowfishing Reel – Which One Should You Choose?

    A bowfishing reel differs from bow hunting on land in a number of ways, which explains the need for…
  • What You Should Look For In Bowfishing Boats

    What You Should Look For In Bowfishing Boats

    Flat-bottomed or very shallow-draft boats are essential for bowfishing, especially in inland waters. Most of your actual bowfishing will…

Boats

  • Small Fishing Boats Are Becoming Very Popular

    Small Fishing Boats Are Becoming Very Popular

    After many years of being on the decline it seems that small fishing boats are once again becoming very popular. Most fishermen have their own stories as to why this may be the new trend. However they will all agree that for what…

Ice Fishing

Rigs

  • How To Rig And Use The Carolina Rig

    How To Rig And Use The Carolina Rig

    The Carolina Rig is one of the most adaptable rigs available to fishermen. It is like the Texas rig, but with the weight secured above the swivel, instead of sliding down to behind the hook. It is incredibly user friendly and it has…

Fly Fishing

  • Fly Tying Kits: Create your Own Bait

    Fly Tying Kits: Create your Own Bait

    Fly tying kits provide a wide array of different materials for you to create your very own bait. Furthermore, they have more advantages than using live and traditional bait that are even messy. Also, as you can create fairly striking and intricate flies
  • Try A Float Tube For Fly Fishing

    Try A Float Tube For Fly Fishing

    After you’ve properly inflated your tube, make sure to store all of your equipment including rods, waders, bait, lures,…