Added by John Cochran on September 27, 2011 at 6:51pm — No Comments
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Shew....I haven't been backpacking in years. We went for 3 days into Gore Canyon outside Kremmling, Colorado, so our packs were a light 50+ pounds. The terrain just killed us though. It went like this- first mile down a jeep road to a 45 degree drop down loose rocky soil onto the 'trail'. Second mile- following goat trail along edge of Colorado River along cliff faces, hanging onto trees to stay on the mountain side 35 feet above class 6 rapids. Third mile- all rocks. BIG ROCKS. Rock hopping…Continue
Added by scott holland on September 21, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments
River fishing for bass calls for different techniques than fishing in lakes. To begin with, you need to use smaller baits when fishing in rivers. Small baits that can be inhaled by the fish are much better when river fishing. Bass are more active in the river than in lakes and tend to eat smaller morsels more often. To cast a distance it is advisable to use the heaviest line, braided ones are among the best. The line must be strong enough to withstand abrasions, which is one of the most…Continue
Added by Jon Potts on September 20, 2011 at 1:35pm — No Comments
Hi GetReeled Fans.
For the past few months I have been focusing a lot of my time over on our Facebook pages and I figured its time I get my butt over here and talk to you guys and gals. We have been going through some really exciting changes in the past few months. First of all....we have grown A LOT!! We have gone from around 100,000 total members to over 330,000, WOW!!
I am currently working on a massive collection of how to videos, these videos are…Continue
I believe every kid should learn to fish. In today’s society, things are moving at an insane pace, getting faster and faster and it seems like our attention span is getting shorter and shorter. Today’s electronic devices are an addiction for most of our kids; if you don’t believe me, try taking them away for a week.
So how can we get back to basics? Slow things down? How do we just RELAX?
We’re lucky enough to have a house on…Continue
Catching Tilapia for me personally has been a learning experience and I only learned about a year ago from a couple camping associates Bobby and his wife Frankie from Northern…Continue
Added by Timothy Emmons on September 20, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments
The number questions I questions asked by most consumers is how do I increase my hookup rate on my top water bait. Even the pro’s feel your pain as they watch blow up’s and feel the emptiness of missing that monster fish. Here are a few tips that…Continue
Added by Kristopher Thatcher on September 12, 2011 at 9:16pm — No Comments
Written by Stan Gabruk, owner Master Baiter´s Sportfishing and Tackle (www.masterbaiters.com.mx)
I have lived in Puerto Vallarta now for about ten years and change now. I am constantly asked if Mexico is a safe place to live. Now I have not…Continue
Added by MasterBaiters Stan on September 11, 2011 at 12:25pm — No Comments
Added by Mike Elder on September 9, 2011 at 8:36pm — No Comments
“We love it!” says this happy couple.
“To say we LOVE our new Sea Eagle 8 is an understatement! Since we do a lot of camping at fresh water lakes and rivers, we…Continue
Added by Timothy Emmons on September 9, 2011 at 11:34am — No Comments
So last night me and Jay went out to our local spot and when we got out to our spot there were already 2 guys fishing there. So we just fished on the outside of them, we never fished between there poles. After about an hour they decided to move over and let us fish where they were fishing. We were out fishing for muskies and so after about 5 casts after they moved I caught like a 28-31 inch pike, nothing special, personally I would have rather it not hit at all.
So the guy that moved…Continue