These Alaskan and Canadian waters can't be beat for giant pike.
The Albright knot is used to connect two lines that differ greatly in diameter (say, adding a heavy shock leader to light spinning line). This version includes a lock option...
Something old, something new. Something borrowed, something blue.
No other lure design in history had a bigger impact on American fishing. And it all started in a basement in Akron.
How to fish three opening-day scenarios with the classic April bait.
classic strategy, borrowed from devious salesmen, pays handsome dividends on the water
A classic strategy, borrowed from devious salesmen, pays handsome dividends on the water.
Some notes on the trouble with tackle.
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