April 2011 Fishing Blog Posts (17)

The Smallmouth Bass A Champion Fighter and My Favorite

 My favorite kind of fish to catch is the Smallmouth bass. This was a difficult decision for me to make because of my love for Largemouth Bass as well. The reason I choose the Smallmouth bass is because of the fight they put up. I enjoy watching the fish take flight out of the water almost like they have wings. The color of the Smallmouth is amazing as well I it varies depending on where you catch them. In the rivers the have a light blue on their belly…

Added by Kristopher Thatcher on April 30, 2011 at 9:56pm — No Comments

Anglers, Organizations, Fathers Giving Back Showing The Love

As an avid angler I enjoy every minute of fishing I can get in. But often when I am fishing I asked myself how did I pick up this obsession? How has fishing become such a big part of my life and why do I get so excited every time I wake up before dusk and head out to my favorite spot? Then I realized it came from my father teaching my brother and myself how to fish, spending countless hours on the water showing us the best tactics to catch fish, and how to take the fish off the hook. He…


Added by Kristopher Thatcher on April 30, 2011 at 8:09pm — No Comments

New Top Water Bait Taking The Fishing World By Surprise

New Top Water Bait Taking The Fishing World By Surprise

     It is not often that you find a bait that changes the way you fish but recently I discovered one. As a life long angler I have often struggled to feel confidence in using topwater baits, it was just boring and I had little luck. When I did get a strike I often over jerked sending the bait flying in the air barley missing my head as it flew by.


Added by Kristopher Thatcher on April 27, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Three Tips on Catching Cold Water Seatrout


Trout school up in cold water and remain relatively stationary. They still have to feed, and they usually do so when there is a current created by tidal flows. They often seek out the deepest inshore water…


Added by Stephen Gilbert on April 26, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments

Jefferson Lures

Designed for salt this lure has caught every carnivorous species in every state it's been to rainbow,brook,Maine and Great lakes salmon,bass,walleye and muskie.Nothing comes close.We just need a manufacturer/marketer in America hopefully.

Added by julien alien on April 25, 2011 at 9:50pm — No Comments

A Secret Weapon for “BIG BASS”


Spinnerbaits can be fished in so many different ways, all of which produce BIG BASS.

Spinnerbaits are not just a tool for the…


Added by Stephen Gilbert on April 24, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Congrats Wade!!! Winner Of The Funniest Fishing Story!!!

Scott’s Big Fish.

On July 29, 1990 Phoenix reached its Record high temperature of 122 degrees Farenheit. On that day myself and my best friend was in a motorcycle accident during rush hour on US 60 near Tempe Ariz. I came out unscathed. But unfortunately for Scott he had 2 broken hands, both arms and wrists were broken in several places, not to mention road rash on his back and legs that was literally cooking on the pavement. You ask how that is funny and what does it have to do with…


Added by Joe on April 23, 2011 at 6:00pm — 3 Comments

Catfishing Radio Podcast

Catfishing Radio is finally live at Learn To Catch Catfish. Catfishing Radio is the first and only podcast radio show dedicated to the sport of catfishing. Whether you fish for blue, channel or flathead catfish in rivers, lakes or ponds there will be something of interest for you on Catfishing Radio.


Catfishing Radio is hosted by Chad Ferguson, a Texas based professional catfish guide who owns and operates…


Added by Chad Ferguson on April 20, 2011 at 1:34am — No Comments

Costa Rica Fishing

Costa Rica Fishing Reports

for the last 2 weeks of March 2011 were as amazing as always here in Quepos, Costa Rica. But with so mant to choose from we will give you the highlights of what we consider the best of the best for this time frame. However with multiple days with very nice catches they were hard to decide which day to share but this one had to take spot.

Offshore fishing reports

the best day had to have been the…


Added by Mark Janzen on April 17, 2011 at 10:32pm — No Comments

Dark Hendrickson Dry Flies Tied by Al Ritt For Northern Michigan's May Hatch - AWESOME custom patterns!


(Custom hendrickson dry fly pattern by Al Ritt)…


Added by Sherri Russell, of ShesSoFly.com on April 16, 2011 at 11:06am — No Comments

The fish are moving up in a big way.

Tuesday The bite was slow. It just seemed to be one of those days where you had a bite here or two here and a bite there. Never really caught any big fish but the what we caught came on a trap and a jig.

On Wednesday I fished a half day and we still didn't get alot of bites but they were the right ones. We could have had over 20 lbs easy and every fish came on a jig.

On Thursday I had one of the worst days I have had in a month. We fished deep, shallow and everywhere in… Continue

Added by Curt Staley on April 11, 2011 at 7:27pm — No Comments

Why Care About Water? - It Is Shocking How Much Water You Actually Use In A Day!


donthogthewater Every Drop Counts!

We live in a watery world, with the average American lifestyle fueled by nearly 2,000 gallons of H2O a day.

What may come as a surprise is that very little of that—only five percent—runs through toilets, taps, and garden hoses at home. Nearly 95 percent of your water footprint is hidden in the food you eat, energy you use, products you buy, and services you rely on.

Find out your water footprint, then pledge to dry it…


Added by Sherri Russell, of ShesSoFly.com on April 11, 2011 at 4:20pm — No Comments

Content Contributers For She's So Fly Events Directory - Automatically Get A Chance To Win Contests!


I am contacting you all to Introduce you to a brand new "Events Directory for Women" - fishing by She's So Fly that just launched 3 weeks ago and already ranks #4th on google for fishing events for women!  Plus over 500 visitors and over 2,000 page views…


Added by Sherri Russell, of ShesSoFly.com on April 8, 2011 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

Kayak Fishing - Choosing a Watercraft

I do a lot of kayak fishing in various rivers in the southeast and I have always gone back and forth about types of watercraft are best for fishing and in particular river fishing. I know that I've chatted with many of you on this topic recently so when I saw this article I thought it was worth sharing. Enjoy!

Choosing A Watercraft:


This answer to this question is a little more complicated because there are so many different types of rivers, but I will…


Added by Mike D. on April 3, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Fishing Idaho

Fishing Idaho"


Just some notes for this coming summer and fishing Idaho. Speaking of Fishing Idaho. Me and a few friends are getting together and…


Added by Dana Bidlake on April 1, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments

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