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    • March 29, 2015 8:32 AM EDT
    • <p>I will be fishing in just a few days when they open the beachs here on LONG ISLAND hoping to be sitting on he beach with some hot cofee and a few rods in the water just waching the sun rise </p>
      <p>then right after that i'll be taking my grand son to his favert fishing hole going for some blue gills with him </p>
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    • March 24, 2015 4:27 PM EDT
    • <p>Great for trout. Here's how!</p>
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    • May 21, 2013 11:44 PM EDT
    • The concept was simple in the mind of inventor Bob Mehsikomer. However implementing that would prove much more difficult. During the development of the A-Team Assassin-X it became profoundly obvious that conventional cupped blades simply didn’t possess the qualities necessary to function based on the demands of the lure’s design.

    • April 4, 2013 11:13 PM EDT
    • When fishing from a boat, you’ll be using a more vertical jig presentation.  Now you can go with a minnow if you prefer.  Plastic baits for walleyes are getting more popular, but in the spring, it’s still tough to beat a live minnow rigged on a jig with a short-shank hook...


    • March 27, 2013 1:45 AM EDT
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    • March 27, 2013 12:26 AM EDT

    • September 2, 2012 5:04 AM EDT
    • Africa offers one of the finest freshwater angling experiences in the world and is home to one of the world’s premiere game fish; the TIGER.

      We are able to offer a variety of supreme fishing locations. These include Lake Tanganyika, the Ruaha river and the Ruhudji river in Tanzania; the Zambezi river and Lake Kariba in Zambia and Zimbabwe and the Congo river in Congo Brazzaville; home to the mightiest of all Tigers – The GOLIATH.

      Many anglers have said that fishing for Tigers is akin to an addiction. Let us give you your first Tiger high. Having battled your first river monster, you will be addicted. You will be HOOKED ON TIGERS!

      In addition to Tiger fish, the following species may also be caught: Vundu Catfish, Tilapia, Three Spot Bream, Red Breasted Bream, Nile Bream, Chessa, Bottlenose, Cornish Jack, Emperor Cichlids and Tanganyika Perch.

      All fish angled in Lake Tanganyika are endemic and found nowhere else in the World.

    • September 2, 2012 5:02 AM EDT
    • The Pemba channel offers some of the finest big game fishing in the world; while the waters off Mafia and Latham islands are virtually untouched. No less than six species of billfish inhabit these waters and the chances of catching at least three different species in one season are really good.

      Besides the billfish, there are huge sharks;  Mako, Tiger, Thresher and Hammerhead; to name but a few  Tuna ( up to 100kg )Wahoo ,King Mackerel, Dorado, Barracuda and record size Giant Trevally plus many others. Broadbill Swordfish are sought on night fishing trips.

      There is also fantastic local fishing available along the shores of Zanzibar, Mafia Island and Kilwa. Regular catches include rainbow Runners, Bonito, Kingfish, Barracuda Wahoo, Dorado and Sailfish.

      State of the art fishing boats; with the latest safety, navigational and fish finding technology are available for hire. Our highly experienced captains and crew will afford you with the best possible chance of securing your catch.


      Contact me for and adventure of a lifetime.  Carl Strauss -

    • August 1, 2010 6:45 PM EDT
    • Update: Tournament Winner Stripped of $900,000 Prize var idcomments_acct = 'dc78ef5c6d636176dc8da0186a336d5f'; var idcomments_post_id; var idcomments_post_url;

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      The crew member whose lack of a fishing license cost a boat more than $900,000 in winnings in a North Carolina tournament says he was never told that he needed one.

      MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. (AP) — The crew member whose lack of a fishing license cost a boat more than $900,000 in winnings in a North Carolina tournament says he was never told that he needed one.

      The Daily News of Jacksonville reported that Peter Wann of Alexandria, Va., says he was never told he had to have a fishing license, although he thought he had one. Wann also says the state law and the rules of the Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament are ambiguous.

      He was a mate on the Citation, which seemed to win the tournament June 14 with its record-setting catch of an 883-pound marlin. Tournament officials later learned that Wann didn't have the required license and gave the prize to the runner-up.

      One of the three owners of the Citation says Wann thought the boat had a blanket license that covers the entire crew.

    • July 31, 2010 7:30 PM EDT
    • I have always used them for bank hooks and limb lines for catfish, by placing the hook about halfway between the top dorsel fin and the tail or right through the lips. Good luck it should work out great for you!

    • July 18, 2010 5:49 PM EDT
    • tjis is a new tactic i am going to try for bass, but i hve no idea how to hook a bluegill. have any ideas.

    • June 1, 2010 10:39 AM EDT
    • Had 2 guys and a kid up here fri-mon old freinds, and we did very well fishing, I sure we caught well over 100 brookies, some very good small mouth bass, and a few short salmon all except a few brookies were released for another day. Great weekend, memorial day has traditionaly always been the get together of freinds and family for fishing lot of good memories.

      Anyone else get out fishing, how you do?