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The Texas Rig

No bass fishing arsenal is complete without knowledge and how to fish the Texas rig. Considered a finesse technique not a search bait such as inline spinner crank bait or spinner bait. About The Texas rig is adaptable to all kinds of soft plastics from worms to lizards and grubs that can be fished in […]

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The Carolina Rig

The Carolina rig is a popular and effective way to rig for bass. Just about any soft plastic can be used when Carolina rigging. About It is a successful method of soft plastic bait presentation in all depths of water, its only limitation is certain types of cover that you are trying to move it […]

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The Drop Shot Rig

The drop-shot rig is a finesse technique that has been made popular by the bass fishing community, walleye and panfish anglers as well are now using the drop shot with many successes. About It is especially good for suspended fish that requires vertical placement of the bait in front of active fish. The drop shot […]

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The Sliding Sinker Bottom Rig

The sliding sinker bottom rig is the most popular and versatile rig for live bait fishing. About The sliding sinker bottom rig has many names, dependent on what part of the country your from and the species of fish you’re targeting. The Lindy Rig is a trade name, others include: Live Bait Rig, Slip Rig, […]

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The Split Shot Rig

About This is about as basic as you can get on a rig. The nice thing is, you don’t have to retie any knots to change the sinker position on the line; just pinch it on and off. Fishing with the split shot rig is considered a finesse technique by adding a split shot sinker […]

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Popular Fishing Knots

There are hundreds of knots one can learn but the knots below are quite adequate for most all fishing situations. Did you know knots are easier to tie when the line is wet? The Improved Clinch Knot This is one of the best, and easiest, knots for attaching terminal tackle (hooks, lures, swivels, or snaps) to […]

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The Three Way Rig

About The three way rig receives its name from the main swivel used on the rig. It is also recognized as the wolf river rig. Unlike the sliding sinker bottom rig three-ways don’t slip, so you don’t feed line upon a bite, they are a fixed bottom rig mainly used on river systems to place […]

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The Slip Bobber Rig

About Many anglers began their first fishing experience using a red and white bobber rig off a dock or boat for panfish. While the basic bobber set-up is simple we have witnessed over the years many anglers over-rig this set-up by using a extremely large hook, connected to a pike leader attached to a tennis […]

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How to Clean and Fillet a Fish

Species such as bass, walleyes, perch, bluegills, and many saltwater fish fillet up easily and well. You’ll need a fillet knife, which has a long, narrow, and flexible blade; and a cutting board (it’s best to dedicate an old one for this chore). A table covered with newspapers will work but can be slippery. To […]

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Shotgun Chokes

The art of shooting a shotgun has been debated since shot shell was invented. In 1868 Sylvester Roper invented the choke and things became really interesting. Hopefully this guide will help those looking for an answer on what a choke is what to use in particular situations. Since shotshell is subject to spread, it only […]

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