8 White Perch Fishing Tips & Techniques Photo credit Southern Maryland Fishing One of the most popular species to target on the U.S. Atlantic coast is a small, silvery fish called the white perch. White perch are a relative of the striped bass, but are smaller in size, typically measuring inRead More →

What You Need in a Boating Pre-Departure Checklist Photo credit Ken Schultz I created my first boating pre-departure checklist some years ago after towing my boat to a local launch ramp and discovering that I’d dragged a 25-foot electrical extension cord down the road for nearly 10 miles. Connected to anRead More →

Fall Flounder Fishing on the Texas Coast When temperatures cool off and the weather clears, anglers head to the Texas coast for the yearly ‘flounder run’. Flounder typically migrate from the bays to the Gulf of Mexico after the first cold front of the year when water temperatures drop. ThisRead More →

How to catch a Kokanee salmon in Wyoming Yes–it’s true. Wyoming, known for its blue-ribbon trout waters, also has great Kokanee salmon fishing. The Cowboy state has a flourishing wild kokanee salmon population, and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department also raises Kokanee in our fish hatcheries. We stock overRead More →

Minnesota autumn muskie fishing can be best of year When temperatures tumble Minnesota’s most serious muskellunge anglers rub their hands in warm anticipation. It’s something you may want to consider, too. That’s because October and November are regarded as the best months for catching a Minnesota state record or 50-inchRead More →

8 Dry Fly Fishing Tips to Use This Fall If you haven't yet experienced the enjoyment of dry fly fishing, fall can be a good time to get out and try it. While the insect hatches that generally take place during fall may not compare to the more intense hatchesRead More →

4 Tips if You are Thinking about Brown Trout Ice Fishing Astonishingly, ice fishing opportunities may soon be here. To many anglers, ice fishing is a strange novelty, useful mainly for combating deep winter cabin fever. But many others can’t wait because, with experience, this may become some of their mostRead More →