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Featuring articles written by amateur and professional outdoors sports writers from saltwater fishing regions all across America and Canada. Everything from tips on fishing tactics and techniques for fishing the Gulf of Mexico to to saltwater fishing tips and techniques for catching striper in the Chesapeake Bay fishing region of Virginia and Maryland. Also articles about some recreational sport fishing in the Pacific Ocean and fishing hot spots on the west coast up to Oregon and Washington.
Freshwater and Saltwater Bottom Fishing
: Mar. 3, 2015 Bottom Fishing -
One of the easiest types of fishing is bottom fishing, and it’s also very productive. Many fish species prowl along the bottom of a river, lake, pond, or the ocean in search of food. This method of angling doesn’t require a lot of work or strategic moves. It uses a fish’s natural instincts and behavior to entice it to take a bait.
Florida Flats Fishing
: Mar. 3, 2015
Florida Flats Fishing – How ToTo best fish the flats, you’ll need a skiff – a boat with a flat bottom and a shallow draft. The flats can be very deceiving. The water is so clear that it’s all but impossible to correctly judge the depth, so if you’re not familiar with the flats, you might think you’re in just a foot or two of water, when in fact you might be in six or eight feet of water.
Chesapeake Bay Fishing Charters
: Mar. 1, 2015
The Chesapeake Bay provides rich and varied fishing grounds, and this is a huge body of water. In fact, before white Europeans began exploring and settling the area, many of the Native Americans living near the Chesapeake found it difficult to believe that an even larger body of water lay just to the east of the Bay. Within this expanse of water are several different types of fish habitats, along with a wide range of fish species that anglers find attractive.
Chesapeake Bay Striper Fishing
: Jan. 3, 2015
Deltaville, Virginia is a quaint community that’s located on the eastern point of the state’s Middle Peninsula. Once the center of the wooden ship-building industry on the Chesapeake Bay, the town is now a tourist center dotted with yacht clubs, marinas, and sailing charters.
Virginia Beach Tuna Fishing? Go fly a kite!
: Jan. 1, 2015 Whether it is tuna fishing in Virginia Beach or some other region I know many of you diehard offshore tuna fishermen have spent hours if not days pouring over sea temperature charts and fishing reports trying to sort out where that elusive tuna bite is going to happen during the early and middle summer season.
Tuna Fishing Time In Massachusetts Fishing Grounds
: Sep. 10, 2014 The sheer amount of tuna in Massachusetts Bay over the past few seasons has been staggering. Large schools of small football size tuna, along with some true giants, have been frequent visitors to the waters off Cape Cod, presenting an incredible opportunity for anyone willing to put in the time and effort.