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Beyond the Basic Shore Lunch
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Beyond the Basic Shore Lunch

Shore lunch completes every Canadian fishing adventure. Waves lapping against the rocks, a crackling fire, and a delicious handcrafted meal of fresh fish, fried potatoes, and warm beans fuel the body and fill the soul. This is angling comfort food at its finest – and like most of you, I could enjoy this meal every...

Practice Conservation With Crab-Stuffed Striped Bass
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Practice Conservation With Crab-Stuffed Striped Bass

ROGERS — Catch-and-release might be the mantra of the modern angler, but when it comes to summer fishing, keeping a few for the grill or fryer can actually be more beneficial than catching and releasing fish all day on the water. Juan Granados of Hooked on Fishing Guide Service on Beaver Lake, may just have the best...

Summer Fishing Tips That Are Good for The Fish
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Summer Fishing Tips That Are Good for The Fish

SALT LAKE CITY — Earlier this summer, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources fisheries biologists offered some tips to help minimize impacts to fish while fishing at lakes and reservoirs during a drought. If you are heading to a river or stream instead, here are some tips to decrease stress on a variety of fish species and increase their survival when...

6 Ways To Save Money On Your Next Fishing Trip
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6 Ways To Save Money On Your Next Fishing Trip

The price of just about everything seems to be spiraling out of control these days, which means every dollar you can save counts. For a lot of us, fishing counts as a luxury, but one we’d just as soon not have to forgo! Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to reduce fishing costs so you...

Drop Shot Mastery from Mustad
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Drop Shot Mastery from Mustad

In our array of strike-provoking tools, there is one technique that is as close to universally effective as it gets – and that is the drop shot rig. At first glance, this apparently simple system seems like little more than a rearranged version of “hook, line, and sinker” – but in fact, the drop shot...