Well I met up with a few members of saltwater Lure Fishing to do some lrf and Lure fishing in general, I met matt for half hour but then he had to go , as it dropped dark , myself , naji , Scott caught
Bass, pollock , wrasse , gobies , smelt , and herring … what a great evening
History of Fly Fishing
Fly fishing is an ancient sport, with records of Romans in 200 AD using flies to catch trout and the more complete history of fishing in England and Scotland beginning in the 17th century. The Japanese form of line casting, Tenkara, is traced to the 19th century, but Japanese anglers have been tying flies for hundreds of years. American fishing tackle production in the 19th century evolved from primitive rods with horsehair line made by hand through early line.It’s Where It’s At
Knowing your prey, whether you’re a hunter or a fisherman is one of the most important keys to being successful, whether you’re in the wild or on the water. In this article I talk a little about the why and the how of this knowledge.3 Habits of Highly Successful Trout Fishermen
I have been fishing for trout for more than two decades and in that time have learned that there are certain traits that all highly successful trout fishermen have in common and in this article I will reveal these habits so that you can add them to your repertoire as this trout season gets underway. These 3 habits aren’t anything new per say, but they are something that all highly successful trout fishermen have in common, there’s no doubt about that. But, before we get down to the habits themselves it’s important to explain what it…Safety Tips When Fishing
Fly Fishing Safety and First Aid. In the event of an accidental slip while wading – always wear a wading belt with waist or chest waders to avoid filling up with water. Always dress for inclement weather. Always wear or bring extra food and water just in case!Fishing in St Croix, US Virgin Islands
There is no better place to go fishing than in the beautiful blue waters of the Caribbean, especially when the location is off of the island of St. Croix in the United States Virgin Islands. St. Croix offers so many opportunities for fishing with gamefish such as Marlin, Sailfish, Wahoo, Tuna, King and Mahi Mahi. There are also inshore species such as Tarpon, Permit, Snook and Bonefish.