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The Ultimate Angler

By Mark Fike The shrill cries and calls of the adult fish hawk hovering 100 feet above alerted me that I was getting too close to the nest with a pair of young hawks nearly ready to venture out on…

Black Water and Red Breasts

By Pete Rogers Drifting slowly along the oil-black vein known as the Lumber River in Marion County, South Carolina, where swollen cypress trees draped with gray beards of Spanish moss line its banks, I cast a small spinning lure near…

Trail Cameras: Your Roadmap to Early Deer Season Success

By: Josh Boyd You gaze anxiously at your computer screen, clicking one photo to the next, hoping to catch even a fleeting glance of a buck noteworthy enough to cause an uptick in heart rate. Photo after photo of does…

Pennsylvania’s Private Pond

By Capt. Steve Chaconas Finding waters undisturbed by other boaters may seem a dream, but the feeling of private pond fishing has survived the floods and expansion of a 100-year-old fishery in Pennsylvania’s mountains. The Raystown Lake Region of the…

Building a Permanent Deer Blind, It’s All About Location, Stealth and Footing

By: Richard Hines Not too many years ago I said, “you will never catch me in one of those boxes!” But one knee surgery later, not to mention an Achilles tendon surgery and ankle problems, have required that I have…

Largemouth, Smallmouth, A Maine Event!

Pro Pete Gluszek offers Cobbossee fishing advice. By Capt. Steve Chaconas Kennebunkport, Bar Harbor, Lake Cobbosseecontee!  “The place where sturgeon is found”, Lake Cobbosseecontee, Maine is where Native Americans fished for sturgeon.  Today it’s loaded with bass! Bass fishing Meccas usually…

Fly Fishing for Spotted Bass on Georgia’s Etowah River

Photo By Jeff Dennis Garner Reid is happy to release a spotted bass caught on fly rod By Jeff Dennis The foothills of North Georgia include lots of scenic topography, especially along the Etowah River near Cartersville. The quality of…

Limb-lining in the flood

By Jill J Easton The tree was having a conniption fit. The slender limb of the button willow thrashed up and down, pummeled and tossed by an unseen force at the end of the black tarred line. As my husband…

Fishing for a Dinosaur

By Ed Wall How many folks have fantasized about actually putting their hands on a dinosaur? I’ve never done that exactly but, I’ve come pretty close. I’ve caught bowfin (aka mudfish, dogfish, grindle, et al.). Bowfin (Amia calva) are unique…

Trolling Techniques for Spanish Macks

By Mark Fike Most anglers know what trolling is and know that trolling can be an effective method to put fish in the boat. Covering lots of water with multiple lines and lures out puts the odds a bit closer…

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