fishing tips

  • Interview With Snakehead Charmer Joe Bruce

    Thursday, June 11, 2015

    By Jeff Little The instant the first snakehead I caught hit my jig, I was utterly confused. I could see the explosion right where the hand tied black jig skipped to the shoreline, but my line was immediately being pulled to a spot some 30 feet away. I was largemouth bass fishing, and bass never […]

  • A Quick Offshore Trip

    Tuesday, May 26, 2015

    By Robwil Valderrey Shortly after a Heroes On The Water event, my friend Sam and I decided to go for a quick offshore trip from 3 p.m. all the way to sundown. Weather seemed to be promising with flat seas early in the morning. We bought three goggle eyes each and launched our kayaks in […]

  • Follow the Food

    Thursday, March 5, 2015

    BY JEFF LITTLE  It had been a good day of fishing, and there was still time on the clock. But I was cold. Hours had passed since my toes had sensation. Pumping my ankles in an attempt to push in some warm blood, I could see my boots moving, but couldn’t feel the joint rotating. “Hey man, […]

  • The Case For Going Light

    Monday, January 26, 2015

    By Jeff Little I peeled the front edge of my kayaks seat back, searching for the one specific color of the only bait they seemed to want to eat that day. A few old rusty jig heads slid around where I was hoping to find what I needed. Beaching the kayak my feet plopped into […]

  • Double Duty Drop Shot

    Wednesday, January 21, 2015

    By Jeff Little Drop shotting small soft plastics is nothing new. But combine this effective finesse presentation with an old school finesse bait, the hair jig, and you’ll be able to double your odds of hooking up. The idea came to me by accident. I had been catching smallmouth on Maryland’s Prettyboy Reservoir out of […]

  • False Spring

    Monday, January 5, 2015

    Winter warming trends – false spring – trigger larger bass to move into spawning areas. Capitalize if you can.

  • Sharp Hooks Stick it to the Fish

    Wednesday, November 26, 2014

    The hook point is an angler’s most essential connection with a fish. Chris Funk covers how to sharpen hooks.

  • Hello Carolina Keepers, Goodbye Swivels

    Tuesday, September 16, 2014

    Carolina Keepers are so dang cheap there’s no reason not to have this swivel replacement in your tackle box.

  • The Truth About Kayak Fishing Sponsorship

    Friday, September 5, 2014

    Want to get sponsored? It takes more than catching a lot while kayak fishing. Remember, the pro in pro staffer stands for promotional not professional.

  • Gear up for Kayak Fishing Tarpon

    Wednesday, August 13, 2014

    By Captain Ross Gallagher It’s been nearly a decade since I hooked into my first tarpon. I was a saltwater novice, recently transplanted from the midwest to the sub-tropics of southwest Florida. During that time, I had frequented the long fishing pier of Pt. Ybel at the southern most tip of Sanibel Island. The iconic […]

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