• Tip Sheet

    Thursday, April 11, 2013

    Even the savviest waterman among us wasn’t born on a kayak. Try these intermediate to advanced tips for a better day of fishing. Straddle for Stability: Got that tippy feeling? If you are on one of the narrower kayaks, anything 30-in or less, just drop your legs in the water. Straddling the ‘yak lowers your […]

  • The Right Tool(s) for the Job

    Thursday, April 11, 2013

    Charlie Ganoe of Jacksonville, Florida is head honcho for the Drag On Fishing Team, and is a man on a mission, which is catching fish.

  • Tackle Twist

    Wednesday, April 10, 2013

    By Jose Chavez Owner Twistlock hooks—and their imitations—run a costly buck or two each. They are worth the coin. The Centering Pin Spring (the Twistlock) anchors plastic baits in place, giving them that straight and natural look. Twistlock hooks are durable, but nothing lasts forever. Add salt, it’s even worse. Eventually a hook weathers. A […]

  • Hobie Crowns a World Fishing King

    Tuesday, April 9, 2013

    Mood took on 41 other competitors assembled from Hobie’s far-flung pro staff network to become winner of the second annual Hobie Fishing World Championship, the first held on U.S. shores. They came for a not-so-traditional Texas fishing throw down centered on an American angling obsession, the largemouth bass.

  • Lucky Seven: River Smallmouth

    Friday, April 5, 2013

    Seven lucky tips to get hooked up.

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