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In this article via the Flymen blog, Steve Dally outlines tactics and techniques for how to make a streamer swim convincingly in the water. “Targeting tailing redfish on flood tides, from Northern Florida all the way to North Carolina, is … more →
The sand eel is common from Nova Scotia to North Carolina and is an important food source for striped bass from spring.The post Amazing Sand Eels appeared first on On The Water.
Flymen Fishing Company says that it is taking poppers to the next level with its latest innovation. The Brevard, North Carolina-based company has introduced the Howitzer Articulated Baitfish Popper which has been designed for the growing band of anglers who are taking to topwater fishing with articulated flies. Martin Bawden, founder of Flymen Fishing Co. and […]The post Flymen Fishing Co takes poppers to ‘next level’ appeared first on Angling International.
With mandatory evacuations ordered by South Carolina Governor, Henry McMaster, due to Hurricane Florence approaching the Carolina coast, Shimano has suspended operations of its North Charleston distribution center and fishing div... ... operations at North Charleston as Hurricane Florence looms appeared first on Angling International.
Travel Don't miss the exciting spring run of cobia off mid-Atlantic beaches. A cobia expert reveals how to find and catch big cobia, including which lures are his favorites and why.
Contec Inc., the manufacturer of the D-Funk brand, has announced a multi-year agreement with Ardent Tackle for the marketing of its products. The deal gives Ardent sales and marketing responsibility for the wipes and sprays brand, which includes Fish-D-Funk, Cooler D-Funk, Gear D-Funk, Boat D-Funk and D-Funk Reel Performance. Contec, based in Spartanburg, South Carolina, […]The post Ardent Tackle signs sales and marketing deal with D-Funk appeared first on Angling International.
In the new episode of The 5wt Chronicles from Eric Estrada, follow the journey as anglers fly fish the Low Country flood tides of North Florida and South Carolina.
One thing links the competitors at the 2018 GEICO Bassmaster Classic to their large-mouthed quarries – their line. When nine Seaguar pros launch their boats into Lake Hartwell, in Greenville, South Carolina, they may cast hi-tech braided lines, or opt for premium 100% fluorocarbons, but their goals will all be the same: claim Classic victory and hoist […]The post Seaguar pros well prepared for Classic action appeared first on Angling International.
Hey folks, Matt Stansberry here with an update. I’ve been working behind the scenes these past few months, posting some conservation stories on the blog and keeping up with the folks fishing in my favorite Oregon watersheds. But I haven’t … Continue reading →
Travel How to target giant tuna on topwaters and artificials How experts catch huge bluefin tuna off North Carolina on poppers and stickbaits.