Lake Ray Hubbard Fishing: Diverse, Year-Round, and Good Photo credit  Ken Schultz   With 22,745 acres of Lake Ray Hubbard fishing to enjoy, Dallas-area anglers have a lake-fishing jewel to explore in this manmade body of water. Check our fish species section to learn more about bass, crappie, sunfish, hybridRead More →

10 Best Places For Boating In The Midwest Way before warm temperatures start to spread across America's heartland, there are plenty of outdoorsy types who start thinking about the best places for boating in the Midwest. The best Midwest boating destinations offer easy access, good fishing, and family-friendly amenities. IfRead More →

Russian River Fishing: Where the Red Salmon Run Photo Credit Brittney Novalsky While some anglers may correlate Russian River fishing experiences to California, it's actually the crystal clear waters of the Russian River in Alaska that are regarded as one of the top sockeye or red salmon fisheries in theRead More →

5 Tuna Fishing Season Facts You Need To Know Photo Credit: Daniel Andrews   If you're an offshore angler who loves an adrenaline rush, you may be counting down the days until tuna fishing season is underway. Few saltwater species can provide the same type of challenge and thrill thatRead More →

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Recent warm weather has made me think about fishing the pellet waggler, but there a few questions I need answering. Should I use a loaded float or one with shot around it? How shallow should I fish and how often should I feed? There are a few questions here soRead More →

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The Method feeder has seen many tweaks over the years, but one  problem has always been the way it presents a buoyant hookbait. A buoyant bait presents itself off the end of the feeder, rather than in the centre of the pile of groundbait or pellets. Now, though, a groupRead More →

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Fish a typical snake lake and your eyes will instantly be drawn to fishing tight up to the far bank with a bait on the bottom. Nothing wrong with that, of course, but one common problem posed by these shallow-water pegs is foul-hooked fish. Carp charge around in a coupleRead More →

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Anglers spend a lot of time mapping out lakes to find the hotspots in their swim. But how many take advantage of the best feature of all – the margins? With temperature on the rise, the margins are usually the first areas of the lake to warm up, and thatRead More →