Panoramic Sonar Makes it Easier than Ever for Fishermen to Know What Lurks in the Depths
Fish Finders by Debbie Kay
Computer graphics have come a long way over the past 40 years. For those of you old enough to remember the Commodore 64, the Atari console, or even the first Nintendo games, it’s incredible to see the difference between those devices and a modern digital display. One place where things seemed to be stuck in the pixelated 80s, however, was with fish finder displays. Continue reading 3D Fish Finders Hit the Market→
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Although anglers have been using Carolina rigs for decades, they’ve been undergoing a bit of a resurgence in popularity lately. Because Carolina rigs are great for getting your lure deep quickly and covering a lot of water in a short amount of time, they’re especially effective for catching summer bass, once they move back out of the shallows. Additionally, because summer bass may retreat to the depths to find the dim light levels they prefer, Carolina rigs are often productive throughout the day. Continue reading The Best Soft Plastics for Carolina Rigs→
Barbless Hooks Are Increasingly Common Outside of Fly Fishing. For the Uninitiated, Here’s How You Fish Them Right.
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Walk into any tackle shop and you’ll be bombarded with what looks like a billion different trout lures, each one a different color. How do you tell which ones will catch fish, not just fishermen? Long, hard experience is the unfortunate answer. But to make things easier on you, I’ve compiled this list of my 10 favorite trout lures, split into two parts. These lures can be used from boat or shore, and will catch fish year round.