Archive for the ‘river fishing’ Category

The Anatomy of Fishing Flies

Tuesday, January 5th, 2010

While you may not find them displayed at art galleries, fishing flies and the tying of them, is a true art form as old as fly fishing itself. The best fishing flies aren't only interesting to look at, their combination of colors, patterns, and textiles work better to attract fish ...

Great Fly Fishing Tips

Friday, January 1st, 2010

Most people think of fly fishing as a peaceful sport. They picture themselves standing on the banks of a beautiful river, whipping a fishing rod back and forth and sending a fishing line flying back and forth above their heads in a manner that is relaxed and graceful. They can ...

It is Never Too Cold to Go Fishing!

Thursday, December 24th, 2009

    When weather conditions are bad outside, I sit inside with a roaring fire and remember the time when I was brave enough to tackle the elements, hitch up the boat and head for the river.  The lousier the winter weather, the better the fishing for sauger on the Tennessee ...

Planning Your Fishing Trip!

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Fishing can be relaxing, fun and be a joy for all who choose to take part in one of nature's most premier activities. However, fishing can often turn stressful and tough when it comes to planning out your travel and fishing plans. Planning the perfect fishing trip doesn't have to ...

Winter Steelhead Fishing

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

Steelhead fishing in winter is never easy, not even during the good times. But when the mid-season doldrums set in around February, things can get downright tough. The big runs of hatchery steelhead that provided such good fishing in December and January have tapered off to a trickle in most ...

Find The Best Ohio Catfish Fishing

Monday, December 7th, 2009

When determining where you should spend your days angling during the warm summer months of June and July, Ohio catfish fishing can provide an excellent catch and a great time for all. In Ohio, catfish fishing is best in the rivers, so get ready for a list of the top ...

Bend Oregon Home to Great Trout Fishing

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

Bend Oregon is home to several different species of trout. Rainbow Trout, German Brown Trout, Lake Trout, Bull Trout and Brook Trout are the primary species caught within a short drive from Bend. Almost all lakes and streams in Central Oregon contain Rainbow Trout. The Deschutes River is world famous for ...

Fishing – Just the Basics

Saturday, November 7th, 2009

I've been fishing for over 50 years and even more frequently in the last 10 years; during this time I have learned a lot of countless things about fishing in general. The most important is that you can never know it all. Even a novice can show an old timer ...