7 Wader Safety Guidelines You Should Know Hours spent on fly fishing on beautiful mountain rivers and streams are treasured by many, but before you pack up your fly rod, be sure to consider some important wader safety guidelines. These guidelines will help you be better prepared, particularly if you'reRead More →

10 Boating Must-Haves for Beginners Whether you're a new boat owner, or are about to buy your first boat, there are certain boating must-haves that you'll need to bring aboard prior to your maiden voyage. From safety gear to spare parts, be sure to check these items off your listRead More →

Artificial Bait for Ice Fishing: Vertical Lures That Work If you’re an open-water caster just getting into the hardwater-fishing game, it should please you to know that using artificial bait for ice fishing is eminently feasible and effective. What ice fishing artificial bait can you use? Since you can’t actuallyRead More →

Saltwater Shore Fishing Tips for Every Angler Saltwater shore fishing is a popular sport for many reasons. It’s easily accessible, there’s little investment to get started, and you can experience major thrills catching saltwater game fish. Once you have the right gear and tackle for the job, it’s time toRead More →

Boating License Expiration: Re-up Tips for Procrastinators Expiration. A word that can incite panic when referring to any type of license you’ve earned, paid for, or one that’s legally required. If you’re searching online for “boating license expiration,” you might be inquiring about one of two things: a state boaterRead More →

5 International Fishing License Guidelines to Know Whether you plan to visit Australia's Northern Territory to target barramundi or hop aboard a skiff in the Bahamas to land your first bonefish on fly, you'll need to purchase an international fishing license. The important thing to remember is that every countryRead More →

What Native Fish Conservation Means For Anglers Conservation means protecting and preserving the ecosystems, environment and wildlife that we enjoy so they’re around for years to come. As anglers, it’s important that we protect native fish and the waters they need to survive by practicing low impact fishing and byRead More →

Get ready to go ice fishing in Minnesota Looking forward to ice fishing? You’re not alone. Like you, I am looking forward to waves surrendering to a lengthy siege of ice. When this happens, the bluegill will be the fish that you, I and others catch and keep the most.Read More →