Category Archives: Fishing

Catfish Fishing Tips

I first started fishing catfish in my early childhood with my dad and though I have caught some Blue, and Flathead Catfish, Channel Catfish have always been my main target. I primarily fish them in the Snake and St.Croix Rivers and sometimes the Mississippi too. Wherever I can find a little nook and cranny where […]

SPEEDRUNNER VS HUNTER AS CHICKEN

SPEEDRUNNER VS HUNTER AS CHICKEN Hello guys, today i will be playing minecraft and will be having a minecraft speedrunner vs hunters challenge. In this speedrunner vs hunter challenge, Chapati is the hunter and Loggy is runner and i have to find diamonds and diamond trophy in order to win this speed run. In this […]

6 Fly Fishing Tips for Beginners

1. Always buy (or make) two flies of each type, size and color: it’s so irritating to have found the winning fly on a particular day only to lose it in an overhanging tree. 2. If you can’t match the natural flies and nymphs perfectly, don’t worry too much – it’s how the fly behaves […]

Fun Facts About Walleye

Walleye are among the most popular of all game fish. Although their original range was from Canada to Alabama, today walleye have been stocked in the waters of virtually every state in the U.S. and every province of Canada. North of the border, walleye are known as pickerel, jackfish or dore, while American fishermen know […]

Crappie Fishing Lures

If you are ready to step up your fishing you will usually catch more fish using artificial baits rather then using live bait. Of course this statement is based on knowing what artificial lures to use. When you are fishing for pan fish smaller is better. Look for lures in the 1/4oz or smaller size. […]

Bulrush Bass Fishing

The bulrush (bullrush, reeds) is often confused with cattails. Bulrush tends to grow in slightly deeper waters and have more of a circular cross section as compared to the semicircular section of the cattail. Depending on the time of year and bass feeding habits, bulrush often dominate in fish catches over cattails. I believe it’s […]