How to Catch Rainbow Trout

How to Catch Rainbow Trout

Catching rainbow trout depends on using a strategy that’s appropriate for the kind of water you’re fishing in. This article covers how to catch trout in a river, lake or reservoir, and pond.  You don’t need a lot of gear, just the right gear for where you’re fishing. Catching rainbow trout can be easy with the right tips. I […]

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How to Catch Trout in a Lake

How to Catch Trout in a Lake

Catching trout in a lake is different from catching trout in other kinds of water bodies. Some lakes are quite large and that makes it seem difficult to find and catch them. The following tips will show you how to catch rainbow trout, brown trout and brook trout at any lake. Best Lakes for Catching Trout Fly fisherman call lakes still-water and they call […]

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Fishing Tips to Get that Extra Edge

Fishing Tips to Get that Extra Edge

On my way to a fishing spot I passed an angler who was catching loads of fish. He didn’t have much tackle with him, just the right tackle. I saw others catching more fish than everyone else while using the exact same bait. This wasn’t luck. They had an edge over those around them. In time I learned how to get that edge […]

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Tiny Soft Baits that Catch Fish!

Tiny Soft Baits that Catch Fish!

I was fishing a lake for trout and even though I knew there were rainbow and brown trout, nobody on the lake was catching fish. I pulled a bag of tiny soft baits out of my tackle bag and rigged it up under a bobber. The effect was like night and day, the trout started biting and I […]

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The Best Fishing Lure Colors

The Best Fishing Lure Colors

Most of the time, lure color is one of the least important aspects of a lure.  The size, shape and the action of a lure are the most important features of a lure that will trigger a fish to chase it down. However, in certain situations lure color can be very important. What makes lure color […]

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Sinking Lures – Secret to Catching More Fish!

Sinking Lures – Secret to Catching More Fish!

  Floating lures are arguably the most popular fishing lure type. However for most fishing situations, sinking lures are better. If you’re not using sinking lures then you’re not catching your fair share of fish. For most fish and most of the time, you will catch more fish if you target them near the bottom. […]

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Tsunami Shield Reel – Review

Tsunami Shield Reel – Review

The Tsunami Shield saltwater reel has been a highly anticipated reel since word got out in the summer of 2016. Bait shops on the east coast of the USA quickly sold out of the first batch of 3,000 reels.  There are good reasons why this reel is so popular and I’ll go over these in this review. Find out if the Tsunami Shield […]

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Shakespeare  Micro Series Rod – REVIEW

Shakespeare Micro Series Rod – REVIEW

Good saltwater rods cost over a hundred dollars because the salt and a thirty pound fish can crush a cheap rod. But is there a reason why trout rods need to cost a hundred dollars or more? Will a highly engineered trout rod help you catch more fish than an inexpensive spinning rod? I purchased a 7 foot light power Shakespeare Micro Series […]

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PowerBait Floating Mice Tails Review & Tutorial

PowerBait Floating Mice Tails Review & Tutorial

Powerbait’s floating mice tails are a misunderstood fishing lure because many anglers don’t know how to use use it. Most people believe you simply fish it on a jig, but that’s not what these worms are for.  They’re almost like a secret trout fishing lure.  Today I’m going to show you how to catch your limit of trout using PowerBait Floating Mice Tails. They […]

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Transparent Lures Catch Loads of Fish

Transparent Lures Catch Loads of Fish

It was a warm summer afternoon on the lake (Lake Chabot in Northern California). Probably the toughest time of day to fish for trout. I had rented a 12 foot aluminum boat and was trolling the shady shore line and deep sections trying to catch a bite but no luck. On a whim I decided to try […]

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