Fishing is an enjoyable activity for most folks regardless of catching or not. It’s often just nice to get out on the water away from the hectic lives we live today. That being said, it is always rewarding to hook into a big lunker and make your fishing trip that much better.
I have compiled a list of tips below to help you get started on your hunt for the big one, that hopefully, doesn’t get away. Continue reading Catch More Fish…Period : 10 Tips For Landing a Lunker
Crankbaits are an extremely versatile lure which can be used in most situations and particularly when trying to locate fish on unfamiliar watersheds. A good selection of these baits is a must have for any angler looking to catch fish. Crankbaits can be used to cover large amounts of water in a relatively short time period. There are four main types of crankbaits on the market today, lipless, shallow diving, deep diving and sinking. Continue reading Beginner’s Guide to Crankbaits
Now that the rainy season has come to a close you can be sure the watersheds will be at their fullest. With the pleasant weather coming in the next few months it is the perfect time to get out and do some fishing, particularly lure fishing. Today we are going to look at the techniques used to catch fish on a plastic frog lure. As I said before in my article Beginner’s Guide to Topwater Lures they are my favorite topwater bait to fish. The reason being, they are often the most effective when targeting fish in heavy cover. Continue reading How to Fish a Plastic Frog
There is a lot of talk today about different lures and techniques for catching fish. Which baits work best? What colors should one use? Etc. There is no question however fishing topwater lures can be the most exciting way to catch fish. Not much can compare to the thrill an angler experiences when a big predatory fish slams into a topwater lure being worked across the surface. Continue reading Beginner’s Guide to Topwater Lures
I came across this video while browsing YouTube and had to share it. You can see some amazing casting skills and fishing techniques. Hey, who says you can’t catch fish in the city?
If you are like me, you are probably used to fishing the rivers and lakes of your home country. The types of baits that are used, and work well, may be the farthest thing from the right choice when fishing in Thailand. In the United States most fisherman rely on their standard choice of cut baits such as anchovies, mackerel or shad when hitting the river for a day of fishing. When targeting catfish Continue reading Catfish Baits used in Thailand