How to Repair a Fishing Rod Cork Grip

Repairing a cork fishing rod grip

After a long winter, which may not have included many fishing trips, it’s a good idea to make sure your fishing rods are in good working order. Cork grips are particularly prone to wear and tear. Repeated soaking and drying can cause the cork to weaken, chip and develop holes. If you don’t repair the… Read more »

How You Can Go Fishing With Your Dog

Tips for Fishing With Your Dog

If you love casting a line and you own an anxious and playful dog, you should take your companion with you on your next fishing adventure! But first, you’ll want to have your bases covered. Before you leave for the lake, make sure your dog is ready Check to see if he has any cracked… Read more »

How to Track Animals in Difficult Terrain

How to Track Animals in Difficult Terrain

Do you want to improve your chances of tracking animals down during your next hunting trip? One of the most effective ways to do it is by learning how to spot different signs that will show you which way animals are moving. This can be hard to do, especially when you’re dealing with a tougher… Read more »

What to Get Your Angler for Valentine’s Day

Are you in love with an angler? Maybe you’re in need of some inspiration for the perfect Valentine’s gift for your beloved who lives for getting out on the water and catching some fish. Read on for a few great ideas: Show your angler some love with personalized lures that will brighten up his tackle… Read more »

Walleye Ice Fishing Tips

Since it’s still chilly and many lakes are frozen, you might be thinking about fishing for some walleye! Whether you’re an experienced ice fisherman or a newbie, it helps to know a few handy tips for reeling in those walleye this season. Timing is everything Low light hours, i.e. sunrise and sunset, are prime time… Read more »

How to Choose a Fly Rod

Fly fishing can be an exciting and rewarding experience for avid fishers and newbies alike. But there’s a lot that goes into being properly prepared. One of the most important things is choosing the right rod. With so many options, how do you know which rod is the one you need to make the perfect… Read more »

How to Prevent Seasickness While Fishing

Fishing out on open waters can be a very relaxing and rewarding experience . . . unless you’re prone to sea sickness. If you want to enjoy being on the water without feeling waves of nausea, here are some tips: Find your spot Seasickness occurs when your brain tries to balance contradictory signals it receives… Read more »

The Health Benefits of Moose Meat

Most people are familiar with the health benefits that come along with eating staples like beef, chicken, and pork. But did you know that there are tons of health benefits of eating moose meat, too? While it might not be as readily available at the supermarket, you should strongly consider adding more moose meat to… Read more »

Fly Fishing Etiquette

Fly fishing can be a lot of fun, so when you’re doing it, especially with several friends or family members, you might get a little bit carried away and make noise. This is poor fly fishing etiquette and could potentially upset some of your fellow fly fishermen in the area. So keep it down and… Read more »

Why You Should Start Fly Fishing in 2018

Are you curious about fly fishing? There’s no better time like the New Year to pick up a new hobby, and we think fly fishing is one to try for 2018. Read on for a few reasons why you should consider starting fly fishing: You’ll learn a lot Fly fishing will teach you about reading… Read more »

Three Fishing Knots to Learn

There’s a lot that goes into catching the best fish possible, from the right rods and reels to presentation and location. But the type of fishing knot you use is one of the most important factors for a successful catch. So what are the best knots to learn and master? Improved clinch knot Also known… Read more »