Kayak Fishing on the Rise

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  Kayak Fishing on the Rise More and more anglers are hitting the water in kayaks for bigger game — and money..   Kayaking has undergone a major change in the last few years. No longer is it just paddling around on the lake by grandpa’s log cabin or shooting down rapids like a lunatic. […]

Tidewater 1800 Bay Max Winter Seatrout

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  Tidewater 1800 Bay Max Winter Seatrout by Ted Lund   As the mercury dips though out the Southeast United States, savvy anglers know the biggest spotted seatrout of the year seek out refuge in deeper holes, channels and residential canals. The deeper water translates into more heat retention throughout the day. As the temperatures […]

Tidewater 230 CC Adventure Kingfish

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  Tidewater 230 CC Adventure Kingfish by Ted Lund Anglers from from Florida’s East Coast all the way around to the Louisiana Delta enjoy fantastic fishing for the “other Silver King,” the king mackerel from October all the way through April. In addition to commonly running 40 pounds or more, kings strike viciously, often leaping […]

Hot Metal Action for Cool-Water Smallies

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  Hot Metal Action for Cool-Water Smallies by Ted Lund   Most bass fisherman might think that action cools as fish move into the Fall months, but nothing could be further from the truth for smallmouth bass. And one of the best ways to take advantage of them is an unconventional cool-water tactic — throwing […]

Walleye No One Else Can Catch

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  Two factors greatly impact walleye fishing success, yet most walleye anglers don’t even consider them. The first is fishing pressure and it is more intense than anglers realize. Last year, anglers invested 3.05 million hours of fishing effort on Minnesota’s 128,000-acre Lake Mille Lacs. The impact of this much pressure can’t be ignored; it […]

*ATTENTION ANGLERS* Tidewater Photo Fishing Contest!

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  *ATTENTION ANGLERS*   This is going to be a FANTASTIC weekend of fishing!The clear waters, the hungry biters – NOW is the time for anglers everywhere to enjoy life!   So…why not enjoy another added extra from your favorite boat ‘creator’?   Yes…It’s a CONTEST!   Whether you’re headed to that secret fishing hole, […]

Reach for Gill Foul-Weather Gear When Fishing in the Rain

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  Reach for Gill Foul-Weather Gear When Fishing in the Rain   Fishing in North America attracts recreational anglers at all levels and represents big business at the professional tournament levels. No matter which end of the spectrum an angler participates, foul weather can quickly spin tangles into fishing plans whether you’re facing offshore thunder, […]

Management of the Oceans

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  Management of the Oceans “SnapperGate” – Ridiculousness in Red Snapper Management   by Fred Garth, Editor, Guy Harvey Magazine   Most experts agree that red snapper are abundant in the Gulf of Mexico. And the good news is, their numbers are growing. So, why is the government shortening the fishing season for snapper every […]