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  • Southern tier fly fishing: Fishing conditions, events for May
    Southern tier fly fishing: Fishing conditions, events for May
    Like the week before last, we once again ended the week with good fishing conditions. After a healthy shot of water early in the week, creeks and streams have finally dropped down to April 1st levels, water temps are again on the rise, and the...
  • Your outdoor priorities can make or break your family life (Video)
    Your outdoor priorities can make or break your family life (Video)
    The funny music video above is about a “Hillbilly” who chose to take the easy way out and do what he wanted to do instead of rectifying a bad situation. Yep, he goes fishing. Have a listen!Priorities are something that most parents try...
  • ICAST is coming to Orlando in July
    ICAST is coming to Orlando in July
    Melbourne, FL (April 25, 2015) - “The International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades, better known as ICAST, is the world’s largest sportfishing trade show, annually hosting over 11,000 industry leaders representing over 80...
  • Southern tier fly fishing: Fly fishing conditions improved for the weekend
    Southern tier fly fishing: Fly fishing conditions improved for the weekend
    After a very nice weekend and generally good fishing, the week started off with a good amount of rain. Area creeks, streams, and rivers rose abruptly and put fishing off a few days for most. Water flows had just started getting back to April 1st...
  • Land & Water Conservation Fund needs focus change, Congress told
    Land & Water Conservation Fund needs focus change, Congress told
    The Land & Water Conservation Fund needs to focus more on improving access to and care of federal recreation lands and not so much on buying new property. That seems to be the feeling in Congress as it moves to reauthorize the fund, which is...
  • Winter fish kills hit area ponds
    Winter fish kills hit area ponds
    Most fishermen are relieved at this time of year, especially after a brutal winter. But fly anglers that frequent small ponds may be in for a shock. The hard winter was especially hard on small, shallower, ponds, and the fish that inhabit them....
  • Last chance to comment on Atlantic fishing boat marking rules
    Last chance to comment on Atlantic fishing boat marking rules
    If you can think of any ways to improve the vessel and gear markings for Atlantic fishing boats, your last chance to make them has arrived. The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) at the United States Department of Commerce is...
  • Orvis Fly Fishing 101, 201, 301: Time for school
    Orvis Fly Fishing 101, 201, 301: Time for school
    Those anglers who have been able to learn under the shadow of an elder fly fishing mentor know what a resource experience can be to a beginning fly fisher. Fly fishing is not easy to begin with, and many of the aspects of the sport can be...
  • New rules set for scallop fishing
    New rules set for scallop fishing
    Atlantic sea scallop fishing rules have just been changed. The National Marine Fisheries Service (NFMS) is announcing in the Federal Register of Tuesday, April 21, 2015 that new final rules will take effect in May for Framework 26. The rules are...
  • Southern tier fly fishing: Spring fly fishing in full swing, events
    Southern tier fly fishing: Spring fly fishing in full swing, events
    Last week started a little rough but ended up on a high note. The weekend was beautiful - some would say glorious, even! After a good dose of water early in the week, creeks and streams finally dropped down to April 1st levels and water temps...
  • Great Fundraiser for School Fishing Teams and Clubs
    New Fundraisers for Fishing Clubs in Northern Wisconsin
    Anyone with a child, family member, or even a neighbor kid in a scholastic group or sport is well aware of the fundraisers that happen throughout the school year, and even in the summer. Kids are running around the neighbor hood peddling $30...
  • May Kayak Fishing Heats Up
    Kayak Tournaments Heat Up In May
    Melbourne, FL (April 20. 1025) – May is the time of the year when kayak tournaments start to heat up. From May to November, one can find a kayak tournament in every state along the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Here are a few...
  • Little River Canyon National Preserve
    Little River Canyon National Preserve - Fort Payne, Alabama
    The Little River Canyon National Preserve is a virtual newcomer to the National Park System. Established in 1992, the tract covers 14,000 acres of land, including DeSoto State Park. Flowing through the middle of the preserve is the river from...
  • Lake D'Arbonne Crappie
    Duck Dynasty Duo wins Crappie Masters in Louisiana
    Fifty-seven anglers from 13 states participated in the Bass Pro Shops Crappie Masters All American Tournament Trail near Ruston LA on Saturday April 18, 2015. Billed as the Lake Fork Trophy Tackle National Qualifying event, the winners...
  • Swirleybird Spotted Bass From Lake Lanier
    Spotted Bass Spawn at Lake Lanier by Bill Vanderford
    Earlier this spring, we had a mild warming trend that fooloed many of the bass on Lake Lanier into departing their deeper waters, but cooler temperatures, lots of rain and a later full moon has slowed the bass spawn tremendously. It’s true...
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