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  • Patented Aqua-Vu® micro Revolution underwater cameras find fish faster than ever

    Patented Aqua-Vu® micro Revolution underwater cameras find fish faster than ever

    Innovation is a good word. It’s an important word, and an even more important concept, because it refers to the creation and implementation of a truly original idea. In its purest form, innovation breeds a new endeavor made possible by a unique device. Example? Sky diving isn’t quite sky diving without Sebastien Lenormand’s invention of the parachute.

  • 6 Ways to Fish the Strike King Rage Menace

    6 Ways to Fish the Strike King Rage Menace

    Catch half a dozen ways to fish the Menace and some underwater footage of the bait in action

  • HOW TO FISH THE FROG POPPER

    HOW TO FISH THE FROG POPPER

    Yo-Zuri ambassador, Mark Maule, explains how and why he fishes the 3DB Popper. You can find all the colors in this series by visiting us at yo-zuri.com

  • Contact Senators Now to Support Modern Fish Act

    Contact Senators Now to Support Modern Fish Act

    The Modern Fish Act is a comprehensive package specifically aimed at addressing the needs of the nation's 11 million saltwater anglers. I

  • Mike Iaconelli's Fish My City Series to Premiere Oct 12 on Nat Geo

    Mike Iaconelli's Fish My City Series to Premiere Oct 12 on Nat Geo

    Even in the world’s biggest cities, you don’t need to venture far to find wildlife. Cast your reel and join Nat Geo WILD on an urban fishing adventure in new series FISH MY CITY WITH MIKE IACONELLI. The six-part series follows award-winning professional bass fisherman and TV personality Mike “Ike” Iaconelli (@mike_Iaconelli) on his global search for the world’s most iconic fish living alongside some of the world’s busiest concrete jungles. From Austin, Miami, New York and New Orleans to Taipei and London, Iaconelli traverses the globe’s most exotic cities, encountering fish of all shapes and sizes in the most unexpected metropolitan locations.

  • Manure release likely to have cause fish kill

    Manure release likely to have cause fish kill

    The DNR staff found dead fish going from the North Fork and a few miles into the Floyd River.

  • California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is currently accepting applications for Wildlife Officer (Warden) Cadet

    California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is currently accepting applications for Wildlife Officer (Warden) Cadet

    Do you have a love of the outdoors and a passion for fish and wildlife conservation? The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Law Enforcement Division (LED) is currently accepting applications for Wildlife Officer (Warden) Cadet. All prospective applicants must submit a warden cadet application by Sept. 30, 2018 to be considered for the 2020 law enforcement academy.

  • Fsh ladder at Feather River Hatchery in Oroville will open

    Fsh ladder at Feather River Hatchery in Oroville will open

    The fish ladder at Feather River Hatchery in Oroville will open Friday, Sept. 14, signaling the start of the spawning season on the Feather River.

  • 4 Ways to Fish the Yamamoto Cowboy with Jay Yelas

    4 Ways to Fish the Yamamoto Cowboy with Jay Yelas

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    Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits needs no introduction thanks to the Senko and many other effective soft plastic baits. They have a host of designs to cover a variety of situations but recently added another one to fill a gap in their product line.

  • Three new Legend Tournament Musky rods designed to present smaller baits to big fish

    Three new Legend Tournament Musky rods designed to present smaller baits to big fish

    A ¾-oz. bucktail spinner was the prototypical lure employed throughout the early decades of musky fishing. In the years since, however, musky terminal tackle has become increasingly diverse and highly specialized. As lure manufacturers cranked out the big, bigger and gigantic baits demanded by musky anglers, St. Croix Rod eagerly owned the mission of designing and selling the equally specialized rods engineered and built to effectively fish every one of them.

  • State hikes fines in bid to crack down on fish poaching

    State hikes fines in bid to crack down on fish poaching

    Poachers will face stiffer penalties starting later this year under new laws aimed at cracking down on illegal fishing.

  • FISHERMAN ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY ATTEMPTING TO MURDER CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME WARDEN

    FISHERMAN ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY ATTEMPTING TO MURDER CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME WARDEN

    On Monday, A Fish and game Warden was attempting to determine the status of a fishing license

  • Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission proposing license increase

    Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission proposing license increase

    The commission, a citizen board appointed by the governor to set policy for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), will include the recommendation with other proposals designed to eliminate a $31 million gap between projected revenue and expenses during the two-year state budget cycle that begins next July.

  • The Way to Increase Your Landing Ratio on Crankbait Fish

    The Way to Increase Your Landing Ratio on Crankbait Fish

    Close up view of the Trapper Treble for cranks and lipless. Increase your odds to land your fish.

  • Performance Enhancing Gloves for Anglers from Fish Monkey

    Performance Enhancing Gloves for Anglers from Fish Monkey

    “If fishing is a sport, that must mean we’re athletes.” - Anonymous Angler Destin, FL – Whether or not you buy into the notion above, there’s little doubt about the role your hands play in the successful pursuit of fish. It’s no accident the best anglers also possess exceptional hand-eye coordination. You cast and reel—all the better if your pitches land with pinpoint accuracy. You tie knots—veteran anglers can do it with their eyes closed. How about picking sticky lures out of crowded tackle boxes? Or sharpening and extracting hooks? Steering the boat. Paddling the kayak. Lip-locking bass.

  • 2019 Lews

    2019 Lews

    fishing, bass, tournament, lake, california, delta, tackle, conservation, fish, bassmaster, pro, boat, berkley, trail, pure sun, lews

  • Jimmy Houston turned 74 | 20 Questions with the Fishing Legend

    Jimmy Houston turned 74 | 20 Questions with the Fishing Legend

    Oklahoma's Jimmy Houston, the world's most well-known angler, turned 74 on Friday. He hasn't slowed down. He is still fishing and hunting, filming television shows and greeting fans at outdoor shows and store openings around the country.

  • California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife adds 32 New Wildlife Officers

    California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife adds 32 New Wildlife Officers

    CDFW to Graduate 32 New Wildlife Officers It is a great day when the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) adds graduates of the Wildlife Officer Academy to the ranks of its Law Enforcement Division.

  • Florida Gov. Declares State of Emergency as Red Tide Kills Fish and More

    Florida Gov. Declares State of Emergency as Red Tide Kills Fish and More

    The red tide has made breathing difficult for locals, scared away tourists, and strewn popular beaches with the stinking carcasses of fish, eels, porpoises, turtles, manatees and one 26-foot whale shark.

  • Dry conditions prompted fish biologists to remove daily catch limits on Ore reservoir

    Dry conditions prompted fish biologists to remove daily catch limits on Ore reservoir

    When the water level reaches dead storage, large numbers of trout get trapped in isolated pools