This week we discuss items that you should take with you on the water. Topics range from rod selection to clothing options.
Archive for August, 2010
Tags: application specific, choice, clothing, essential tools, fishing rod, life jacket, pliers, polarized sunglasses, rainsuits, safety kit, scissors, species specific, sunscreen, warm clothing
Tags: between, chain pickerel, difference, esox, esox niger, family, perch, pickerel, picture, sander vitreus, Walleye
A Walleye (Sander Vitreus) is often called a Pickerel, especially here in Canada. The name Pickerel is actually part of the Esox genus of Pikes or Pickerels which includes Pike and Muskellunge. A Walleye is not related to the Pike family but rather is a member of the Perch family. The Chain Pickerel (Esox Niger), […]
Tags: Bass, confidence baits, crank bait, finding fish, high percentage areas, jerk bait, jig, multispecies, new water, power fishing drop shot, ruling out water, search baits, Smallmouth, spinner, spinner bait, trout, Walleye
In this week’s show we discuss a few options for baits that you can use to locate fish on new bodies of water.
Tags: Community, Cooperation, Fishing, Helping, Ideas, Networking, Sharing, Tips
My wife showed me a poem that she had written a few years back. I liked what it had to say and thought that I would share it here. A Lesson from the Sea by Mary Chisholm There was a woman who went out to sea To catch a fish or two, To bring back to […]
Tags: child, family, Fishing, grandparents, Kids, memories, parents
A week ago today I had the chance to spend a few hours in the boat with both my grandfather, “Papa” who is 79. Also jumping at the bit to get out in the boat with us was my 2 year old son. We all have busy lives, but times like these are special. That evening my father joined […]