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Archive for October, 2007

Using Salt for Distressed Fish

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007 Posted in Tournament Fishing, Viewer Questions | 2 Comments »

Viewer Question: “When using salt for minnows or stressed fish do you recommend non iodized salt e.g. pickling salt or regular salt. I use Morton’s Kosher and it works well ... Read more..

Fishing Tournament Tactics and Strategies - Part 2

Monday, October 29th, 2007 Posted in Tournament Fishing | 2 Comments »

Hello again folks. In addition to my prior article on tournament tips and tactics, here are a few more important tips to consider on tournament day. Read more..

How to Avoid Line Twist - Additional Tip

Wednesday, October 24th, 2007 Posted in Fishing Line | No Comments »

Recently, Richard, (one of our readers) wrote: “Question: not a question, really more of a suggestion. The line twist video was right on the money, but I think ... Read more..

Knowledge Equals Success – The Must-Know 7 Facts to Catching Your Fish

Thursday, October 18th, 2007 Posted in Fish Catching Basics | No Comments »

Are you one of those folks who are often left fishless after each outing? “Well, how did you do today?” “Nothing…. Every time I get out, I never catch anything anyway”. To be ... Read more..

Knowledge Equals Success - How to Catch Flounder (Fluke)

Thursday, October 18th, 2007 Posted in Fish Catching Basics | 1 Comment »

Let’s show you how to catch flounder (fluke). If you’ve done your homework and found out The Must-Know 7 Facts to Catching Your Fish, you should at least know some ... Read more..

Fishing Tournament Tactics and Strategies - Part 1

Friday, October 12th, 2007 Posted in Tournament Fishing | No Comments »

Take note of such things as water clarity, water temp, as well as the outside weather (i.e. Sunny? Windy? Cloudy? Rainy?) Then note what was working at that point in ... Read more..