In-Fisherman - July 05, 2012
Largemouth bass may try to eat prey almost as large as themselves, or they have to settle for
During spring, river smallmouths have always posed something of a mystery.
The surface was tortured glass. Baitfish took flight through this dark, twisted interface all
Whether you call them bobbers, corks, or strike-detecting-livebait-suspending apparatuses,...
The concept of a circle hook is almost as old as fishing itself. Archeologists have found...
PARTS OF A HOOK
Â (A) The Point -- Must be sharp. The longer the point, the longer it takes...
STEEL & THE CHOCOLATE BEAST
Chocolate rivers swirl through the nightmares of every
A rapid perusal of a timeworn edition of John Bartlett's Familiar Quotations reveals that...
Doug Stange - July 04, 2012
I approach ice fishing perch through the ice the opposite of shopping for groceries. I never...
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