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Fall Crappie Fishing
Fall Is Giant Crappie Time! The angler’s calendar revolves around prime-time bites which, happily, occur for each species at different times of the year. When we think panfish – and crappies in particular – many anglers would likely point to the pre-spawn and spawning periods of the spring as being the best time to tangle with oversized slabs. It’s certainly...
Creating a Float Plan
Float Plan - Why Should You Take The Time To Prepare Why should you take the time to prepare a float plan? The answer is simple... there are just too many facts that need to be accurately remembered and ultimately conveyed in an emergency situation. Without a float plan you are counting on someone else, a friend, neighbor, or family...
Mark Zona on Cracking a Tube Mark Zona explains his line selection for cracking a tube and why straight fluorocarbon helps his presentation.    
Power-Pole Moments: Chris Lane It's all in the family. Team Power-Pole Professional Bass angler Chris Lane talks about the moment that his son, Cal, was able to join the Power-Pole family.
Capt. Noah Lynk - pair of nice flounder
  The 2020 NC flounder season will only be 6 1/2 weeks.  It opened on August 16 at 12:01 A.M. and will end at 11:59 P.M. on September 30.  This seriously limited fishing time is due to the N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission seeing the need to reduce the flounder harvest to allow flounder to recover from all time lows. Fishermen have...
The Brian Davis
The Brian Davis, a 180 foot vessel renamed in honor of Davis, a Wilmington, N.C. area diver who lost his life in a diving accident on June 22, 2017, was sunk on North Carolina Artificial Reef 368 on July 24.  AR 368 is an artificial reef maintained by the NC Division of Marine Fisheries Artificial Reef program.  It is...
Seaguar Expands Its High-Visibility Smackdown Arsenal Visual strike detection puts more fish in the boat. Indeed, keen-eyed anglers frequently describe instances of their line jumping unexpectedly, going limp when it was previously taut, or charging off to the left or right — all telltale signs that a bite has occurred and that it’s time to set the hook. Seeing bites,...
Lifejackets are available in a wide variety of shapes, colors, and sizes. Many are thin and flexible. Some are built right into fishing vests or hunter coats. Others are inflatable as compact as a scarf or fanny pack until they hit water, when they automatically fill with air. How to Choose the Right Life Jacket Brochure - PDF Things to Know: ...
Mustang ambassador and adventure guide, Norm Hann, invites us into his world to explore finding one’s path and purpose, his greatest teachers, and a paradigm shift he sees linked to respect, connection and personal growth beyond land.  
Capt. Jerry Dilsaver - Sun clothing, sunglasses, sunscreen and water 1
I'm pretty sure it's safe to say that most fishermen have experience with sunburn and sweat.  A little sweat is good, especially when it comes to fighting a big fish.  However, sunburn isn't good - even a light sunburn and continued unprotected exposure to the sun isn't good.  Heat goes hand in hand with sun exposure and it's easy...

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Jig Like A Pro For Fall Walleye

Jig Like A Pro For Fall Walleye Of all the ways that we can invent to catch the elusive walleye, one presentation has likely resulted...