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  • Hank Patterson Makes Nymphing Cool…

    The Trout Underground Fly Fishing Blog
    Tom Chandler
    25 Jul 2014 | 10:40 am
    You just have to love good satire.
  • History of Women in Fly Fishing

    MidCurrent
    Erin Block
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:16 am
    Taken in part from the “Graceful Rise” exhibit that was housed at The American Museum of Fly Fishing and the book of the same name by Catherine Comar, Fly Life Magazine is currently publishing a series of online articles highlighting important women in the history of fly fishing. Recently, Cathy Beck and Megan Boyd were featured, among others.
  • Idaho's South Fork

    Featured Content
    11 Jul 2014 | 3:54 pm
    Views and variety along the Snake DURING THE WANING DAYS OF SUMMER 2000, guide Dave Deardorff rowed his drift boat one stroke too far. Idaho's lower South Fork of the Snake had fished well that afternoon. Cutthroat sipped BWOs under tormented skies, while Deardorff storm-jumped his way downstream. Finally, something angry surrounded him and his two clients. He sunk oar blades into the flow and opened throttle through a tempest of marble-sized hail. Then fireworks erupted.
  • History of Women in Fly Fishing

    MidCurrent
    Erin Block
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:16 am
    Taken in part from the “Graceful Rise” exhibit that was housed at The American Museum of Fly Fishing and the book of the same name by Catherine Comar, Fly Life Magazine is currently publishing a series of online articles highlighting important women in the history of fly fishing. Recently, Cathy Beck and Megan Boyd were featured, among others.
  • Shore Bank and Shore Premier Finance Announce Diamond Level Sponsorship of the White Marlin Open

    Fishing News
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:53 am
    Interested parties are encouraged to visit the , during weigh-ins. "Of course, SPF is delighted to sponsor the largest bill fishing tournament in the world.
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    MidCurrent

  • History of Women in Fly Fishing

    Erin Block
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:16 am
    Taken in part from the “Graceful Rise” exhibit that was housed at The American Museum of Fly Fishing and the book of the same name by Catherine Comar, Fly Life Magazine is currently publishing a series of online articles highlighting important women in the history of fly fishing. Recently, Cathy Beck and Megan Boyd were featured, among others.
  • Tippets: Climate Change and Lakes, Photography Tips, Record Setting Dobsonfly

    Erin Block
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:17 am
    From water levels to algae growth, a warming climate is having clear impacts on European Lakes. Lisa Borre highlights research and strategies in a recent article on National Geographic NewsWatch. Photographer Jess McGlothlin  of Fire Girl Photography details the top 5 things you can do to take your photography skills up a notch. From filters to accessibility, there’s something for every level. Via Hammer Creek Fly Fishing. An insect with a wingspan of 8.3 inches has been found in China, and is being called the largest aquatic insect in the world. The reported Dobsonfly usurps the previous…
  • Video Hatch: “Backcountry: North Island”

    Erin Block
    27 Jul 2014 | 2:09 am
    This short film trailer follows six anglers as they explore the incredible backcountry waters of New Zealand. Via Gin Clear Media.
  • Howler Brothers Unveils Topo X Howler Brothers Collaboration

    Erin Block
    27 Jul 2014 | 12:08 am
    Howler Brothers and Topo Designs have announced collaboration on limited editions packs and clothing. Read more in the press release below. Howler Brothers Unveils Topo X Howler Brothers Collaboration From Howler Brothers: Howler Brothers recently launched its latest collaboration with Topo Designs. Not only do they share the same passion for fly fishing, travel, and life outdoors, but like Howler they have built a brand on great design inspired by the classics, rugged functionality, and the pursuit of adventure. Coming off the success of the first Topo X Howler collaboration, the brands have…
  • Video Hatch: “GREAT DAYS 9: Fishing below the border”

    Erin Block
    26 Jul 2014 | 3:24 am
    The newest release in the “Great Days” video series from Smith Optics, features a group of Idaho anglers traveling to the sea of Cortez in pursuit of the prized roosterfish.
 
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    Featured Content

  • Idaho's South Fork

    11 Jul 2014 | 3:54 pm
    Views and variety along the Snake DURING THE WANING DAYS OF SUMMER 2000, guide Dave Deardorff rowed his drift boat one stroke too far. Idaho's lower South Fork of the Snake had fished well that afternoon. Cutthroat sipped BWOs under tormented skies, while Deardorff storm-jumped his way downstream. Finally, something angry surrounded him and his two clients. He sunk oar blades into the flow and opened throttle through a tempest of marble-sized hail. Then fireworks erupted.
  • Matching the Batch

    25 Jun 2014 | 6:55 pm
    WHEN MY PARENTS SHIPPED my sister and me off to college, they didn't expected to receive a craft brewer and a flyfishing writer in return. But we'd both seen enough of corporate America to realize that a lifetime spent living in it might not be worth the paycheck. A collaborative effort between the two worlds was inevitable, and after much deliberation our musings have molted. A bottle of Bud and a can of worms may have laid the foundation for pairing beer with bugs, but these are our contemporary favorites.
  • Girls Night In

    25 Jun 2014 | 6:48 pm
    Fishing Widow Tells All EVERY TIME A GIRLFRIEND COMPLAINS about her husband or boyfriend going fishing again (insert big sigh), I bite off a small chunk of my tongue. I'd love for my husband to go fishing. A week in Montana? Hmmm- That doesn't seem far away enough-or long enough. I hear there are big fish in Kamchatka. And if you're going to go that far, why not take a whole month? Here's my PayPal password, honey.
  • The Flies of Enrico Puglisi

    25 Jun 2014 | 6:43 pm
    I WAS A LITTLE SURPRISED when Enrico Puglisi told me that his favorite permit fly was not his EP Crab. Nor was it his lifelike Descendent Crab, or his Palometa Crab, or even the fly he named after the fish itself, the Permit Crab. It's a shrimp pattern. More precisely, his Spawning Shrimp, #4, in tan. I was telling Puglisi how, for a while now, I've been a huge fan of all of his flies, including the Spawning Shrimp, which I've found to be effective on Bahamian bonefish. But I loved his crab patterns the most, and in particular, his Permit Crab. I use it for stripers on my local flat, since…
  • The Anti-Artist

    25 Jun 2014 | 6:39 pm
    Dave Hartman's cool, quirky creations THERE WAS A TIME when skateboarder-turnedgraphics- creator Dave Hartman excelled at the art of being aimless. Bucking the law and generally lacking purpose, Hartman bounced from home to home in suburban Arizona and California, rural Alabama, and southern New Hampshire. Until fishing intervened. He found a fly rod and carried it to Montana. And there he dove into the tactics of what makes humans falter and function. A degree in social work followed. And for the past 15 years Hartman has coalesced with the imprints of a former self—counseling troubled…
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    MidCurrent

  • History of Women in Fly Fishing

    Erin Block
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:16 am
    Taken in part from the “Graceful Rise” exhibit that was housed at The American Museum of Fly Fishing and the book of the same name by Catherine Comar, Fly Life Magazine is currently publishing a series of online articles highlighting important women in the history of fly fishing. Recently, Cathy Beck and Megan Boyd were featured, among others.
  • Tippets: Climate Change and Lakes, Photography Tips, Record Setting Dobsonfly

    Erin Block
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:17 am
    From water levels to algae growth, a warming climate is having clear impacts on European Lakes. Lisa Borre highlights research and strategies in a recent article on National Geographic NewsWatch. Photographer Jess McGlothlin  of Fire Girl Photography details the top 5 things you can do to take your photography skills up a notch. From filters to accessibility, there’s something for every level. Via Hammer Creek Fly Fishing. An insect with a wingspan of 8.3 inches has been found in China, and is being called the largest aquatic insect in the world. The reported Dobsonfly usurps the previous…
  • Video Hatch: “Backcountry: North Island”

    Erin Block
    27 Jul 2014 | 2:09 am
    This short film trailer follows six anglers as they explore the incredible backcountry waters of New Zealand. Via Gin Clear Media.
  • Howler Brothers Unveils Topo X Howler Brothers Collaboration

    Erin Block
    27 Jul 2014 | 12:08 am
    Howler Brothers and Topo Designs have announced collaboration on limited editions packs and clothing. Read more in the press release below. Howler Brothers Unveils Topo X Howler Brothers Collaboration From Howler Brothers: Howler Brothers recently launched its latest collaboration with Topo Designs. Not only do they share the same passion for fly fishing, travel, and life outdoors, but like Howler they have built a brand on great design inspired by the classics, rugged functionality, and the pursuit of adventure. Coming off the success of the first Topo X Howler collaboration, the brands have…
  • Video Hatch: “GREAT DAYS 9: Fishing below the border”

    Erin Block
    26 Jul 2014 | 3:24 am
    The newest release in the “Great Days” video series from Smith Optics, features a group of Idaho anglers traveling to the sea of Cortez in pursuit of the prized roosterfish.
 
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    The Trout Underground Fly Fishing Blog

  • Hank Patterson Makes Nymphing Cool…

    Tom Chandler
    25 Jul 2014 | 10:40 am
    You just have to love good satire.
  • Weekly Shortcasts for 2014-07-23

    Tom Chandler
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:35 am
    Breaking (or, Already Broken): The McCloud River too muudy to fish? http://t.co/CCCvl32MWV -> RT @matt_weiser: In case you were wondering: Yes, #fishing with #drones is a legal gray area. http://t.co/j5yc9ItKmT -> Spiders in the Land of Little Rain (a breezy look at spiders and California's drought) http://t.co/KqmiJ4T8gD ->
  • McCloud River: Too Muddy To Fish?

    Tom Chandler
    17 Jul 2014 | 6:07 pm
    Sorry for the absence. More on that soon. Right now, I have the unhappy task of informing you the McCloud River appears to have turned to mud (the following from PG&E): Turbid water on the McCloud River is being caused by mud flows from Mud Creek. During dry years, the Konwakiton (Mud Creek) glacier on the south side of Mount Shasta is very exposed with the low snow accumulation and the excessive glacier melt begins carving through deep ash deposits on the mountain. This “river of mud” is a natural occurrence during low snow years and has occurred seven times in the past 100 years.
  • Weekly Shortcasts for 2014-07-16

    Tom Chandler
    17 Jul 2014 | 12:35 am
    Orvis knocks $99 off the price of some Superfine Touch fly rods. At $400, they're not free, but… http://t.co/VDsANUuCn9 ->
  • Weekly Shortcasts for 2014-07-02

    Tom Chandler
    3 Jul 2014 | 12:35 am
    More on the Social Media Apocalypse: Facebook may have messed with your feed — and your mind: http://t.co/6vNNJa9gLx ->
 
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    Gamefishing Fiji

  • July Kadavu Update - Variety !

    Adrian Watt
    13 Jul 2014 | 10:22 am
    We are now well out of the normal summer GT Popping season and the Trades have started to push in but so far the weather has been reasonably cooperative - So much so that we are still throwing Poppers and seeing some nice GTs. Matt from Australia with a very nice looking GT Father Warren no slouch with a Popper rod either ! Fair few Mahi Mahi around The big story for the next few months of course will be the winter Wahoo run. With the water temp now hitting 26C the Wahoo are starting to gather along the Great Astrolabe Barrier Reef. We expect a good season this year with…
  • Kadavu Fishing Update

    Adrian Watt
    22 Jun 2014 | 2:24 pm
    Skipper Joe has been having some fun casting lures to surface feeding Yellowfin Tuna. Great fun for anglers and of course delicious shashimi for all the Resort guests !Jarrod with a yellowfin caught casting poppers aboard Bite Me Too The winter Wahoo are moving in with some decent solitary fish and a few starting to school up.  Angler Steve with a very nice 30kg Narrow Barred MackerelJust in case you were thinking of using a mono leader here in winter time.....Think again !"Bite Me" Matava Resort Kadavu Fiji Islands www.matava.com
  • Matava and Fiji Airways Join Forces to Promote the New Fiji Link

    Adrian Watt
    26 May 2014 | 10:56 am
    To celebrate the re-branding of Pacific Sun to Fiji Link, Fiji Airways is giving everyone the chance to win a fantastic prize:Win a return trip for two to Kadavu Island staying at Matava, Fiji’s Premier Eco Adventure Resort.Prize includes domestic flights, 2 nights Resort accommodation in an Oceanview Bure, all meals and return Kadavu Island Airport – Resort boat transfers. Fishing an optional extra !To Enter, simply visit the Fiji Airways  Promotion Page "Bite Me" Matava Resort Kadavu Fiji Islands www.matava.com
  • IGFA Anglers Digest Filming aboard 'Bite Me Too'

    Adrian Watt
    26 Apr 2014 | 11:08 am
    We have been delighted to once again welcome the IGFA Anglers Digest TV film crew to Matava Resort and Bite Me Gamefishing Charters. Show Host Bill Boyce was here a few years ago in the winter time for some insane wahoo & Sailfish action fishing with BlueWater Magazine Editor Tim Simpson. Bill set the new M-04 Fiji National Record for Pacific Sailfish and both Bill and Tim landed IGFA World Record Wahoo with Tim's fish just edging out Bills for the current M-04 World Record.Tim Simpson's M-04 IGFA World Record This time around Bill and the team visited during the summer for some GT…
  • Albacore Record Smashed !

    Adrian Watt
    25 Feb 2014 | 5:46 pm
    Skipper Joe took angler Boyang Zhang out for some deep-water jigging last week aboard the new boat Bite Me Too. Great weather meant ideal jigging conditions and Boyang made the most of it hooking up and landing a 19.6kg Albacore setting a new M-36 Fiji National Record. That's a monster Albacore !The very distinctive Pectoral fins on an Albacore A very good Fiji Record catch for Boyang and of course - very good eating for all the other guests at Matava Resort !"Bite Me" Matava Resort Kadavu Fiji Islands www.matava.com
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  • Set With the Swing

    Kyle Shea
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Good things happen when you set with the swing. Photo: Alfie King When swinging flies for salmon and steelhead, we find setting the hook to the side (as opposed to straight up) will result in more fish to the net. We often use the phrase  ‘set towards the bank,’ however we realize this can be confusing when fishing anywhere other than a big long gravel bar. The important thing to remember when setting the hook is to set in the same direction that the fly is swinging. If your fly is swinging from the center of the river to the left, once you feel the take, carry your hook set to…
  • More Good News on Pebble

    andrew
    26 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    The kind of news we like. Photo: tu.org The EPA took another step to protect Bristol Bay this week, with its issuance of a ‘draft determination’ that would effectively stop the Pebble Mine.   Here’s TU’s update on the situation. We’re getting close but the you can still help the cause – there’s another 60-day comment period, and your input matters.  Click right here to weigh in with the EPA. More on Conservation 7 Ways to Treat Your Fish Better BTT at Andros South The Lionfish
  • Calm Mornings

    andrew
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Anglers like it calm.  Bonefish like it calm.  Photo: Kyle Shea More Cool Pictures from Andros South Fish On. Andros from Above Good Morning
  • 5 Favorite Posts

    andrew
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    We like hooking bonefish too. Photo: Kyle Shea We do ’roundup’ posts every month or so on our blog – in which we give you lists of posts that are focused on one particular topic.  We do this because we’ve written just over 1,900 posts about fly fishing since November of 2008, and chances are you haven’t read all of them. Today’s roundup comes from a slightly different angle.  Rather than focus on one particular topic, we’re presenting you simply with… 5 Posts We Like Making the Perfect Fishing Sandwich.  Right about 5 years ago our good…
  • Fishing from a Paddleboard

    andrew
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Don’t knock it ’til you’ve tried it. Photo: midcurrent.com We think you should fish from any platform that you can think of.  Stand Up Paddleboards are a platform that you can fish from. Dave Karczynski wrote a pretty detailed article for Midcurrent on his experience with a fishing paddleboard, and we think you should check it out.  Click right here to do just that. More on Different Ways to Go Fishing Spinfishing for Bonefish Spey Tenkara
 
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    Henry Gilbey - the world of fishing

  • It has to do it for me visually as well

    Henry Gilbey
    27 Jul 2014 | 11:54 pm
    What exactly is fishing for you? I bet most of you can remember the first fish you ever caught, but what kind of angler are you there days? Do you chase “big” fish almost exclusively, [...]
  • It breaks my heart how good our fishing could be

    Henry Gilbey
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:33 pm
    Nowhere is perfect and I have never believed that back in the good old days it was simply the case that you turn up on the coastline and haul in 10lb plus bass one after the other - but when I co [...]
  • Does striped bass fishing get much better than this?

    Henry Gilbey
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:14 am
    On day two of the ICAST show out in the US last week, a couple stopped by on the Fiiish stand, and I could see the bloke’s eyes go straight to a big 200mm blue-backed Black Minnow that was [...]
  • Some of the ICAST tackle that might work for us, plus a few thoughts from the show

    Henry Gilbey
    20 Jul 2014 | 11:58 pm
    Well I’m back from ICAST, although I am not entirely sure why we were delayed by an hour or so on the final flight from Paris to London - extreme weather? Bright blue skies when we eventual [...]
  • This ICAST show is bad for the health

    Henry Gilbey
    16 Jul 2014 | 4:28 pm
    Holy frigging cow fishing out here is just on such a different scale - I have spent a fair bit of time over the years here in the US, yet each time I come here it just amazes me how big the outdo [...]
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    Paflyfish

  • Hank Patterson's 8 Steps To Better Nymph Fishing

    7 Jul 2014 | 5:40 pm
    Just when the trout season slows down in Pennsylvania, Hank Patterson returns with some important pointers on nymph fishing. So get off the vice and and kick back for another episode of The Reel Adventures With Fly Fishing Expert Hank Patterson.
  • Fly Fishing and the Phantom Drone

    23 Jun 2014 | 7:30 am
    This past April Chris Spangler from Slinger Fly Rods posted an early flight of his Phantom DJI Drone Quadcopter over Young Woman's Creek.. He has been braving his drone (that's what I 'm going to call it) over the Pennsylvania streams and waters for just over six months. His latest video takes us over Kettle Creek in Pennsylvania. I nice six minute run over the creek with anglers fly fishing. "Part of me was worried that it would be too difficult to operate and devastating to crash and ruin. Add in the GoPro Hero 3 and it made me even more nervous. The learning curve believe it or not was…
  • Fly Fishing Getting Started - Mayfly Sex Identification 102

    2 Jun 2014 | 4:20 am
    Recently going through my mayfly photographs I found a nice set of pictures from the Paflyfish Spring Jam in 2010. The Green Drake (Ephemera guttulata ) hatch was in full swing that year and photographs of these mayflies was easy and plentiful. Most of the weekend was overcast and rain as normally forecasted for the Spring Jam. Emergers (subimigo) and spinners (imago) were not so much active during the day, but lined the sides of the streams in the hundred's of thousands. I am always torn between fishing and photography on days like this but glad put down my fly rod for a while and captured a…
  • The Sulphurs are here!

    12 May 2014 | 5:20 am
    With the best hatch of the season fast approaching, I thought it might be helpful for some of the “Newbie’s” to post a few words on the Sulphur Hatch to get them off to a flying start this month… so if anyone has anything to add in the way of tips, tricks, details, etc. PLEASE feel free to chime in!The months of May and June here in southeastern PA bring forth the greatest event of the fly-fishing season… the SULPHUR HATCH. These yellowish mayflies are actually made up of three (3) different mayfly species; Ephemerella rotunda, E. invaria, and E. dorothea. Most…
  • Spring Jamboree May 16-18, 2014

    5 May 2014 | 12:40 pm
    The Paflyfish Spring Jamboree is coming up next week. This our annual meetup when members from the site get together to fly fish, tie flies, camp and share a few stories. We have a lot of fun fishing over some of Pennsylvania's finest streams including Penns Creek, Spring Creek, Little Juniata River (Little J), Fishing Creek and plenty more in the region. The pavilion is rented by Paflyfish and is used as a meeting point during the weekend. Plenty of impromptu conversations, fly tying and meet-ups all take place. The idea of a casual weekend fly fishing in some great waters has a lot of…
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    Sea Fishing & Walking in the UK

  • A Run Along the Straights, Another Newborough Paddle and a bit of Sea Fishing

    Stu
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:09 am
    After an early start for a pre-breakfast run along along the Menai Straights, past Anglesey Sea Zoo and up to the main road and back for a route of approx. 6k of hard fast hilly running we spent a lazy morning before heading over to The Boathouse Café at Red Wharf Bay where we continued to do nothing more exerting than reading until our sticky beef salad lunch, which was excellent. After lunch we headed over to Llanddona beach for a walk to cool our post-run achy feet and an ice cream only to find the beach shop was closed, whether permanently or just because we were early in the season was…
  • Foel Farm Lure Fishing and a Newborough Beach Walk

    Stu
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:37 pm
    Getting well into the swing of relaxing (it doesn’t take much on Anglesey) after a late start we had a gentle cycle up to a local café to check out the cakes, we were on holiday after all, which turned into a circular ride of about 18km (11miles). The afternoon was spent reading and drinking tea as the forecast was rain but as it never showed up, after dinner we went for a walk on the northern side of Aberffraw for a look at the headland and options for fishing in the future. The stroll was great and we spotted a few likely fishing spots in the evening sun as well a lot of Honey…
  • Arrival on Anglesey and Cemlyn Bay to Carmel Head

    Stu
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:27 pm
    Our summer break seemed to arrive very quickly this year, probably because we’ve both been busy running up and down hills but there was no need to rush as we packed the car with what seemed like everything we owned.This time the mountain bikes were going on a rack on the boot so the journey down was going to be a gentle affair. The rack performed as intended but I think I’d be far happier with the bikes on the roof although most of the time they’ll fit in the boot (I have an estate car) so maybe for a few times a year the boot rack with be OK. I was amazed at how much drag…
  • An Active Anglesey Bank Holiday

    Stu
    29 May 2014 | 3:25 pm
    A couple of weeks ago we ventured to Anglesey for our annual start of May bank holiday break. Every year it seems to take ages to get to the start of May but it certainly feels great once you realise the time is here. We took even more gear than usual as this year we had a couple of mountain bikes with us. We managed to get them in the car but only because this is a relatively short break, for anything any longer we’re going to have to ‘carry’ them outside. After a fast, event free journey down to Anglesey, stopping at the A55 Diner for a brew and to pick up bait from the…
  • Berghaus Monsoon Jacket

    Stu
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:33 pm
    A few weeks ago I was contacted by a representative of Berghaus asking if I’d like to review one of their jackets, the Monsoon. As I was on the look out for a new one due to my current jacket bing too big now I’ve been running for over a year, a few emails later a lovely olive green Berghaus Monsoon Jacket arrived in the post and first impressions were good. The quality felt excellent and compared with my (now) old one it is very light. It’s more minimal than I’m used to with only 1 medium pocket either side and no internal pockets but this isn’t always a bad thing…
 
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    Wired2Fish Blog

  • Replacing a Trolling Motor on Your Own

    Jason Sealock
    27 Jul 2014 | 11:32 pm
    Terry, Jason and Walker installed a Minn Kota Fortrexx 112 on Jason’s Phoenix 920 Pro XP this spring and filmed it for others considering buying a new trolling motor and installing it on their own as a Do It Yourself (DIY) project. It’s not hard but does take an hour or two of time and consideration. Here are some tips and things to consider before installing this particular trolling motor. Obviously this task is easier if you have a trolling motor already installed, but this video should help either way for those that want to get a new trolling motor and install it themselves.
  • Abu Garcia REVO Winch Generation 3

    Walker Smith
    27 Jul 2014 | 10:01 pm
    Deep crankbaits are a powerful tool when it comes to catching deep, summertime bass. Many anglers, however, get a bad taste in their mouths for deep cranking because they’re not using equipment specifically designed for it. I’m a big believer in using versatile gear that can be used for a myriad of different techniques, but I’ve found there is no substitute for a quality rod and reel if you want to get the most out of your deep crankbaits. I was introduced to the Abu Garcia REVO Winch Generation 3 while on a bass fishing trip to Lake El Salto in Sinaloa, Mexico and I have relied heavily…
  • A.R.E. Ramps It Up with 2014 Fishing Team Toyota Features

    Terry Brown
    25 Jul 2014 | 7:46 am
    You don’t have to be a professional angler to want a first-class way to protect and store valuable fishing gear. Leading truck cap and tonneau cover manufacturer A.R.E. will be showcasing the ultimate fishing truck during 2014 Bassmaster tournament series events being held around the country. Bryan Baker from A.R.E. visited Wired2Fish with their cutting edge vehicle earlier this summer.  The A.R.E. Fishing Team 2014 Toyota Tundra project truck is designed with everything anglers need to stow and organize tackle, tools and equipment.  “The truck features a top of the line…
  • Swimming Football Jigs for Bass

    Jason Sealock
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:44 am
    Jason talks about how adding another retrieve to fishing a football jig has helped him while be interrupted by a few rude bass. If you want to know more about swimming a football jig and a swing head with a soft plastic, here are a few tips about getting started swimming football head jigs.
  • SPRO Listening to Anglers, Setting the Bar

    Terry Brown
    24 Jul 2014 | 10:02 am
    Trends accompany ICAST each and every year. One year it’s a squarebill and everyone gets on the bandwagon, the next year it’s a frog and every company has one. The swimbait craze has gone crazy but it is usually one company that gets it off the snide. Although this year’s ICAST show was more like goulash with a mixed bag of offerings it’s important to note that finishes and eye appeal are still tops on the radar screen. I get a lot of satisfaction seeing companies sticking their respective necks out and listening to anglers to both develop products that look good and catch fish but…
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    Black Marlin Fishing Blog

  • NQ update, blue marlin WR update, tuna update

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    24 Jul 2014 | 1:52 pm
    More juvenile black marlin reports from north Queensland with Askari owner Shane and family enjoying some time on board with Capt. Corey and team last weekend and picking up a few juvies in the process. Yesterday the junior girls on Bounty Hunter were also at it again with a black a piece to Lilly and […] Visit the full report at: NQ update, blue marlin WR update, tuna update © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2014 www.BlackMarlinFishingBlog.com. Anglers and crew photographs used with permission. Content, including reports, photos and video may not be reproduced in any form without advance…
  • Broome Billfish Tournament – the standings after day 2

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    22 Jul 2014 | 4:53 pm
    I had a quick call and update from Broome GFC’s Jeff Cooper this morning. Jeff is fishing on board 3XL, who after some standout fishing on day 1, hold onto a narrow lead at the end of day 2. But the talk of day 2 fishing yesterday was not of the top of the leaderboard, […] Visit the full report at: Broome Billfish Tournament – the standings after day 2 © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2014 www.BlackMarlinFishingBlog.com. Anglers and crew photographs used with permission. Content, including reports, photos and video may not be reproduced in any form without advance permission.
  • Cairns 50th Anniversary Tournament – 25-30 September 2016

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:10 pm
    Save the date – Cairns 50th Anniversary Tournament The Cairns 50th Anniversary Tournament, commemorating 50 years since the very first 1000 pound black marlin capture, which put Cairns on the world stage. The 50th Anniversary Tournament will be held: 25 – 30th September, 2016 Download the announcement flyer here. The history On the 26th September, […] Visit the full report at: Cairns 50th Anniversary Tournament – 25-30 September 2016 © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2014 www.BlackMarlinFishingBlog.com. Anglers and crew photographs used with permission. Content, including…
  • Blacks and sails west, north and os!

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    20 Jul 2014 | 3:17 pm
    From the west, a report via the lovely Leah that Blue Lightning Charters Capt. Chad Mills recorded a 3-3-2 on black marlin in a 4 hour session Saturday on this return trip from the Montebello Islands off Dampier. It looks a little chilly over that way (compared to Cairns anyways) but a great day on […] Visit the full report at: Blacks and sails west, north and os! © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2014 www.BlackMarlinFishingBlog.com. Anglers and crew photographs used with permission. Content, including reports, photos and video may not be reproduced in any form without advance permission.
  • Lanternfish? Seeking information

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    16 Jul 2014 | 3:41 pm
    Lanternfish? Seeking information Seeking information and experiences of the seasonal spawning of lanternfish and subsequent feeding frenzy of big game fish off the Cairns Seamount, Osprey Reef etc. Do you have some information to share? Contact Rachel! Townsville Black Marlin And a quick report from Townsville and Jack Nicolosi on Zuri reports that there are […] Visit the full report at: Lanternfish? Seeking information © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2014 www.BlackMarlinFishingBlog.com. Anglers and crew photographs used with permission. Content, including reports, photos and video may not…
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  • Take Action - Your Voice Needed for Wild Steelhead!

    El Guapo
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:05 am
    There is a very important Washington State Senate Natural Resources & Parks Committee hearing tomorrow Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 10:00AM. The purpose of the hearing is to discuss the recent Puget Sound steelhead hatchery litigation and settlement between the Wild Fish Conservancy and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. The hearing called by committee chair, Senator Kirk Pearson (R - Monroe) will include presentations from WDFW, WFC, Puget Sound Tribes, NOAA Fisheries, recreational fishers, and fishing businesses. At this hearing there may be NO other invited speakers voicing…
  • Take Action: Protect Threatened Salmon & Steelhead: Support Improved Low Flow Closures

    El Guapo
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:02 am
    An important message and call to action from the Native Fish Society. Dear Wild Fish Advocates, The native, ESA-listed salmon and steelhead of the drought-stricken Gualala River, in California, need your help. Thanks in large part to the pressure that we put on the California Department of Fish & Wildlife (CDFW) a year ago, the CDFW is finally taking action to fix the critically flawed low-flow closure system on the North Central-Coast of California. Currently, the North Central-Coast Low-Flow Closure is triggered by a gauge on the Russian River, whose flows are highly regulated by dams.
  • A Proposed Hoot Owl Closure on the Truckee River

    El Guapo
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:00 am
    Flows are down and water temperatures are up. Let's join together in protecting the Truckee River trout by participating in a voluntary "hoot owl closure". If you practice catch and release, stay off the water from noon to midnight.
  • IFTD 2014 - Best Of

    El Guapo
    27 Jul 2014 | 11:50 pm
    Tight Line Media's Kris Millgate has the update for the American Fly Fishing Trade Association.
  • Great Balls 'o Fire Salmon Eggs

    El Guapo
    27 Jul 2014 | 12:00 am
    Since 1934 more than 90 million jars of Pautzke Bait Company Balls 'o Fire salmon eggs have been sold.
 
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  • SANIBEL, SNOOK & SAND FLEAS

    Mark Beardmore
    18 Jul 2014 | 4:49 pm
    NE winds under 5 knots.   It doesn’t seem like an important weather condition, but when visiting Sanibel Island it can make or break the surf Snook fishing.   Sanibel is shaped like a boomerang but unlike most barrier islands, it goes from East to West, instead of from North to South.   A few days with a […]
  • As Fine as Fishing Line

    Sarah Kapitko
    16 Jun 2014 | 10:51 pm
    There’s a fine line between fishing and just standing on the shore like an idiot. -Steven Wright     I do a lot of both. But standing around looking like an idiot is typically how I catch most of my fish. And I’m sure I’m not the only one.   If you ask certain members […]
  • Spring fun

    Zach Boynton
    18 May 2014 | 4:58 pm
    Bass fishing is upon us and the MKFF crew has taken notice to the eager bass awaiting our arrival. Enjoyment and serenity have engulfed local bass with a false sense of security!! Now is our time to strike while the plucking is ripe. We at Moose Knuckle have been casting away into the dark cool […]
  • May Trout Rundown

    Mark Beardmore
    12 May 2014 | 6:46 pm
    It’s been a tough trout season for NJ anglers this year. After the long winter which kept the rivers cold throughout April & the Furunculosis outbreak at the NJ fish hatchery, we weren’t sure if there would be any season at all.   This year only Rainbow & Brown trout were stocked in our local rivers […]
  • The Shad Run

    Christopher Kuhn
    20 Apr 2014 | 5:17 pm
    A Patriotic Fish Shad are an anadromous species of fish native to the east cost of the United States. In decline for most of the previous century, due to improvements in water quality, driven largely by a decrease in farming and industrial activity combined with the installation of fish ladders in the northeast United States, […]
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    The Ultimate Trout Fishing Blog

  • Having Trouble Catching Rainbow Trout This Summer?

    JRWFishing
    27 Jul 2014 | 7:04 am
    As I have said before, other than the dead of winter, there is no more difficult time of the year to rainbow trout that the hot summer months.  There are many reasons why this is true, but the most important in my experience is the fact that water temperatures often rise above the high end of the rainbow trouts ideal temperature range (61 degrees).  Once water temperatures start to climb above the 60 degree mark rainbows will become less and less active, thus making them much more difficult to catch.consistently catch Here is Northwest Montana where I live we have gotten lucky this…
  • The Dog Days For Trout Fishing

    JRWFishing
    13 Jul 2014 | 6:24 am
    As I become older, or maybe it's as my daughter becomes older, I find that I have less and less time for my favorite activity on earth, fishing for trout.  Over the past few months I have had little or no time to get out there and chase rainbows as it where, which is a departure from 10 or so years ago when I would fish for trout 3-5 times a week from April through November.  At this point in my life I have reserved myself to jamming my trout fishing into the fall, mostly because here in Northwest Montana, I have learned that the fall is the best time of the year to catch…
  • Warm Weather Trout Fishing Tips and Tricks

    JRWFishing
    22 Jun 2014 | 10:05 am
    Other than the middle of winter when temperatures are well below most freshwater trouts' "ideal range", there may be no more difficult time of the year to catch trout than when the weather is hot. It is well known that all freshwater trout species don't care for hot weather and the main reason for this is that hot weather means high water temperatures and high water temperatures are very dangerous to trout. This is the main thing to remember when you are fishing for trout in hot weather, because causing them too much stress during a fight can often result in the trout not being able to…
  • Why Should I Wear Polarized Glasses While Trout Fishing?

    JRWFishing
    1 Jun 2014 | 8:12 am
    For people who have never worn a pair of polarized sunglasses while fishing a question that is often asked is why exactly it is that a pair of polarized sun glasses should be worn? I know this is a question that I used to ask myself all the time, right up until I actually purchased and used a pair of quality polarized fishing glasses. Since doing that, you would be hard pressed to find me on the water fishing without a pair of polarized sun glasses covering my eyes. The bottom line is that if your favorite style of fishing involves sight fishing in any way such as; bass fishing over spawning…
  • Want To Catch More Rainbow Trout? Follow These Simple Rules

    JRWFishing
    24 May 2014 | 9:20 am
    If you want to consistently catch more rainbow trout, you need to do things that other trout fishermenare unwilling, unable, or too uninformed to do. Below I will outline a few rules that the "average" rainbow trout fisherman might not be aware of, all of which will help him or her catch more trout. How is it that I am aware of these rules? Simply because I've spent the better part of thirty years on various rivers and lakes throughout North America fishing for these beautiful fish and in that amount of time have managed to learn a thing or two. In other words, if you are new to the world of…
 
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  • Frog fishing is HOT this summer

    Randall Pruitt
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:04 am
    Been catching them on a topwater frog all this summer!
  • Hello again!

    Randall Pruitt
    4 Jul 2014 | 6:37 am
    Well its been a while but I've been doing some summertime fishing. A good bit of my bites have been from frogs as I am experimenting with those right now. Check out the pictures! Mostly been working and studying for school.  Currently in respiratory therapy school so haven't had much time to fish like I would love to. Its okay though I can fish later when I get out of school. Enjoy!
  • More bass on topwater

    Randall Pruitt
    14 Jun 2014 | 1:03 pm
    Caught these on a buzzbait as well as a Bass Pro Shop Kermy frog. Love fishing topwater!Water temps are 78 and its been raining. Prime time for fishing frogs.
  • Biggest bass of 2014

    Randall Pruitt
    2 May 2014 | 2:55 pm
    One evening a few days ago I was casting a Rebel Magnum Pop R in Sexy Shad. The magnum poppers are closer to the bigger shad that are swimming around right now in the shallows. Water temps are in the high 60s so topwater is a must!  This bass weighed about 6 lbs. It was a thrill reeling it in.
  • Bass of 2014

    Randall Pruitt
    7 Apr 2014 | 2:06 pm
    So I have been bass fishing for prespawn bass and nothing seems to be biting at all. I caught 1 bass on a bass pro shop jerkbait in xxx shad color. I caught another on a small white marabou jig under a bobber in 1/8 oz.Water temps were in the low 50s both times. I have attempted topwater with no luck even after the warm weather has brought water temps up. Will continue to update as things get better.
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    My Fishing Cape Cod

  • MFCC Member Dick Glockner Catches A 43 Pound Bass With Me On My Boat

    Ryan Collins
    25 Jul 2014 | 2:30 pm
    Every so often I like to invite a My Fishing Cape Cod member with me on my fishing excursions. Earlier in the season I fished with MFCC member Jeff Richard and we did real well from the beach on Outer Cape Cod (you can read that report here). Recently Dick Glockner, who has been supporting the MFCC community since this site began 3 years ago, let me know how much he would appreciate a fishing trip with me on my boat the Miss Loretta. Dick is one of the nicest guys around. He treats people the way I feel people ought to always be treated, and I really appreciate that. Heading Out OTW With…
  • 5 Ways To Fish Live Bait On Cape Cod

    Ryan Collins
    18 Jul 2014 | 8:14 am
    Over the past several days I’ve noticed that live bait has worked better for me, and the guys I’ve been fishing with, than lures and other artificial baits. Whether you’re fishing for bass or tuna, live bait will probably be your best bet at catching a fish or two-especially the big ones. However fishing live bait is not as simple as it sounds. In many scenarios, placing a live baitfish on a hook and letting him swim around is just not enough. I feel it’s best to be at least somewhat comfortable with a few different live bait techniques before heading out onto the…
  • The Simplest Way To Catch A Striper At The Cape Cod Canal

    Ryan Collins
    7 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    From jigging to eeling, fishing cut bait and plugging, there is certainly no shortage of different ways to catch a striped bass at the Cape Cod Canal. So many ways actually, that it can be rather intimidating if you’re new to fishing the Big Ditch. Whether in fishing or life, I feel it is best to keep things as simple as possible. In this post I am going to share with you a simple, and what I believe is the easiest, way to catch a striper at the Cape Cod Canal. What To Use Because I want to provide you with the absolute simplest way of catching a fish, I am going to recommend one…
  • My 5 Most Frustrating Fishing Trips Of All Time

    Ryan Collins
    2 Jul 2014 | 11:13 am
    This past Monday I spent nearly 24 hours on my boat. I searched far and wide, finally found fish, and then watched as the guy next to me caught them. I unfortunately could not catch a darn thing. I then proceeded to slice my finger on the anchor and embed a hook in my left butt cheek. I burned so much fuel I may need to get a second job. By the end of the trip I was ready to sell the boat and downgrade to a canoe. I understand I am not the only one who has frustrating days of fishing. Despite having  a fancy website, I do not always catch the fish.  I hope this post helps you feel…
  • The 10 Most-Stunning Things I’ve Experienced While Fishing Cape Cod

    Ryan Collins
    25 Jun 2014 | 8:58 am
    Yesterday I took some friends from Minnesota out on my boat. We did some fishing and explored numerous sand bars, tidal pools and other areas that essentially feel like home to me. The surprise, excitement and curiosity that this experience sparked in these people from Minnesota really struck me, and I realized that not many people get the opportunity to see and experience the side of Cape Cod that I often take for granted. In this post I want to share with you 10 of the most-stunning things I have experienced while fishing Cape Cod, because I would like for more people to realize and…
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    Truttablog

  • Spotting Trout in stillwater

    trutta99
    20 Jul 2014 | 12:29 pm
    A piece of open stillwater can be  a bland thing. The other day Neil and I were out on some lovely, but somehow dull water. There was a dead calm, and we didn’t see or touch a fish.  I suggested that the day was a good advert for stream fishing. But sometimes it is very different. Today I was out alone on a small piece of water. Being mid winter the water was crystal clean, but more importantly the light was right. Light is so important in fly-fishing, but the right light is also so very difficult to describe. Suffice to say that one wants little or no smoke or haze, and generally…
  • Zoom. You gotta love it!

    trutta99
    11 Jul 2014 | 10:56 am
    My Friend Neil and I were out the other day roving around between some Trout waters that were not looking all that promising. Neil asked me to stop, and asked if he could borrow my camera. I had been boasting about just how fantastic these bridging cameras are nowadays. On optical zoom only, shot from the passenger seat, this is what he got: On no zoom: 1200mm equivalent, optical zoom only!  And in the photo editor back home, effectively using digital zoom: And a bit more, just to show where you can go with this thing:   These were taken on auto setting, as J-pegs (not in RAW), and…
  • A Detail for Eyes

    trutta99
    3 Jul 2014 | 6:25 am
    A recent topic of discussion has been that of eyes on our Trout flies. It occurred to me that we have come a long way in that department. My earliest memory of eyes on flies was that of the Clayne Baker swimming nymph, in which one was required to tie an overhand knot on a bunch of marabou fibres. Now that was a trick! I think at that time we normally made eyes by simply cutting a stub of tuff chenille either side of the hook. Those were not very pronounced eyes, and come to think of it, the snipped end of a length of tuff chenille was positively insipid compared to the lovely round shiny…
  • Bakkies, dust and lost reels

    trutta99
    29 Jun 2014 | 5:58 am
    Every now and then, the eight to five world of suburbia, commitments and credit cards, releases me for more than just a day trip. In other words, every once in a while, I somehow find a gap, and head out on one of those fly fishing trips that involves a night or two in a fishing cottage. Not a few stolen hours, in which you are watching the time. I am talking about two or more days at a trot on the water. It is heaven! The anticipation of those trips is childlike in my case. It is childlike in that the lead-up to such a trip stirs in me a buzz no different from that I experienced as a…
  • Dust and smoke in the Midlands

    trutta99
    21 Jun 2014 | 12:10 pm
    Yesterday I headed out along the Kamberg road.  Sunday past, this had been the scene of a wild and awful wind. One that lashed the dry veld angrily, kicking up dust and tossing branches. Inevitably, fire had been involved too. The farmers were now on guard. Houses, and even lives were lost down Kokstad way. Yesterday was calm. In  fact it was calm all day, and with Sunday’s wind fresh in everyones memory, the farmers were out in force burning fire breaks. Palls of smoke rose from a few spots up the valley. Something was burning up in the berg, South East of the Giant. There was a…
 
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    The Fiberglass Manifesto

  • Dead Flies Don't Swim

    Cameron Mortenson
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    It's high summer on the Missouri River and the tricos are popping off in waves. John Arnold and Mark Raisler took advantage and got out on the water last week to create a new scumliner media video and Mark also penned a solid blog post on the Headhunters Fly Shop website which is the perfect compliment to the video. The short of the video and the blog post are to make sure that you bring your A game, which is as applicable to the Missouri River as it is to your local. Check out scumliner media for more video genius and the Headhunters Fly Shop website for the latest information on the…
  • CarpPro Magazine - Issue 8

    Cameron Mortenson
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    The latest issue of CarpPro Magazine dropped over the weekend and this issue includes Dan Frasier's take on the recent Beaver Bash 2014 media trip.CHECK IT.Subscribe in a reader
  • Mr. ACF Does Wyoming With Glass

    Cameron Mortenson
    27 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    Michael Schmidt of Angler's Choice Flies has been doing a yearly trip to Wyoming with Greg Senyo of Steelhead Alley Outfitters and a few clients for the past several years and on this trip carried along his Orvis Superfine Glass four weight which he fished almost exclusively all week.  I can't think of anything better right now than a glass rod, dry flies, and a week out west.There were five days on the water and Michael broke each day down with a post on his blog.  Click the links on top of each photo to check out the day's post which is filled with narrative and images from the…
  • A Tight Loop - Summer 2014

    Cameron Mortenson
    27 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    The latest issue of A Tight Loop is ready for a flip through and filled with a heavy dose of Midwest fly fishing fun.CHECK IT.Subscribe in a reader
  • Seele Glass Vs. Tarpon

    Cameron Mortenson
    26 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    Seele Fly Rods + Florida Tarpon = AWESOMENESS I cast this 8'2" twelve weight recently and can vouch that it's an absolute cannon that feels much lighter in your hand than you'd expect.  The collaboration of Mike McFarland and Michael Mauri continues to impress and this fly rod is a game changer of sorts in heavy line weight fiberglass fly rods.Check out the Seele Fly Rods website for more information and follow along on their Facebook page for the latest shop news.Subscribe in a reader
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    Fishing in Thailand

  • Nick Peat Stingray Fishing.

    fisheastasia
    18 Jul 2014 | 4:38 am
    New content from Fish East Asia!  Nick Peat is a very very accomplished angler, who has caught many big species of fish throughout the world. When Nick asked us the best tides, and dates for a Stingray trip on the Meaklong, ‘Boy’ knew just the place and time to take him. Armed with two boats and a full team of guides Nick set off on a good tide, and it wasn’t too long before he had his first fish of about 90lb. We never weigh the fish as they are considered a endangered species on the rivers, and our work by the team is respected worldwide. When ‘Boy’ says…
  • Vanquish Angling Launched.

    fisheastasia
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:07 am
    New content from Fish East Asia!    Our sister company Vanquish Angling has been launched this week, and we start our long process of field testing and trying out new products. Mark Hoye and Stephen Scrutton have set the company up with a view of producing products for todays anglers. Although nothing is set for launch in the imminent few months the lads have been working on several new and exciting ideas, that will hit the shops early next year. Both Mark and Stephen are in Thailand in August where a few idea’s will be put to test on the big Siamese Carp that are in Palm Tree…
  • Palm Tree Lagoon Magic

    fisheastasia
    18 Jul 2014 | 2:13 am
    New content from Fish East Asia!  It’s very difficult to write about anything unless you have experienced that first hand, to see it or feel it in real life. It’s very much the same with fishing venues, you read and talk to other anglers who have experienced that venue, but until you finally wet a line, you don’t really know. Palm Tree Lagoon in Ratchaburi is one of Thailands most popular iconic fishing destinations, and one that albeit top of my list of venues to fish, somehow eluded me on my travels. So with much anticipitation two days were booked with Benny the…
  • Welcome TopCats

    fisheastasia
    17 Jul 2014 | 9:35 pm
    New content from Fish East Asia!  We at Fish East Asia are very pleased to be able to welcome TopCats, Koh Samui into our portfolio of venues in Thailand. Long established as one of the premier resorts, and one of the groundbreaking first in the land of smiles. Shaun and his team have worked tirelessly over the years to create a haven for anglers in this lush tropical paradise of Koh Samui. The Fish East Asia Team look forward to a long and healthy relationship with the team at TopCats, and will assist them at shows, promotions in magazines, at UK shops and generally tell everyone that…
  • Khao Laem Dam Tours 2014

    fisheastasia
    12 Mar 2014 | 6:19 am
    New content from Fish East Asia!  We can exclusively reveal our Khao Laem Dam tour packages for 2014, either carp or snakehead fishing in this spectacular part of the world. You will be transported to one of Thailands most beautiful locations, staying on a floating raft with true home cooking, in one of the worlds most amazing fishing destinations. Please also note seasons: Carp Season Sept-Jan Snakehead/Jungle Perch lure fishing all year round but best Mar-Sept Wallago/Snakehead/Catfish bait fishing Jan-Apr Prices listed below for 3 and 5 day packages split the difference for 4 days.
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