This Nonprofit Is Fighting To Fix Florida’s Water and Save Redfish and Specks

In 1977, 14 concerned anglers led by Walter Fondren gathered in a tackle shop on the Texas coast vowing to save redfish and speckled trout from being wiped out by commercial fishing.  Soon after, the Texas Legislature voted the Red Drum Conservation Act into law, introducing catch limits on reds and specks for both recreational and commercial fishing. Four years

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Catching burbot from the shore in open water season

Burbot differs from other freshwater fish not only externally, but also by way of life. Only some anglers catch it purposefully, and the rest do not even try to do it. The reasons are different. Some do not know anything about him, they consider him the most mysterious inhabitant of reservoirs. Others call it a slippery snake that doesn’t look

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COLD WATER CRANKIN FOR BASS

Chris Gibbons from Shell Knob Missouri on Table Rock Lake has found that cold water crankin’ is the best and most productive way to catch all three types of  bass, smallmouth, large mouth and spotted in cold water.  During these cold-water days, I generally don’t fish unless the outside air reaches at least 45 degrees.  You can catch bass when

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What is a water filled float, and how to catch such tackle

More and more people seek to escape from the hustle and bustle and sit with a fishing rod on the nature. And as the population’s interest in fishing increases, manufacturers of fishing products supply markets for the latest items of tackle and accessories. One such innovation is water-filled float (the ball). What is this water-filled float The device, called a

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