Jul 252013
 
Kayaks Were Created For Fishing

The guest post below was written by Liana Corwin from FindTheBest.com.  Find The Best has a really awesome new section for finding YOUR perfect fishing kayak.  Please take the time to click through to the links in this post.  I recently purchased my first fishing kayak and I really wish I had access to this […]

Jun 262013
 
Phoning a Friend Pt 2 - The Blue Balled Son of Tickle-Me-Elmo

In part 2 of our “Phoning a Friend” series Josh Mann of the blog, Something’s Fishy, educates me on the finer points of fatherhood.  Trust me there is some sage advice below! Ah , fatherhood. It has a nice ring to it , eh? It is the most wonderful and terrifying thing that can happen […]

Jun 222013
 
Phoning a Friend Pt 1 - A Guest Post by Clayton Will

For those who haven’t been catching the hints on Twitter and Google+  I’m expecting my first child to be born any day now (seriously, sometime this week). That being said, time for anything these days is at a premium.  Quite honestly, when I have time away from work and wifey, I’m on the water…  and […]

Feb 202013
 
A Clever Way to Transport Your Fishing Flies

A guest post by Debbie Hanson After over 30 years of fishing with spinning gear, I decided to sign up for fly-casting lessons and was determined to learn the art of this graceful sport. Well, during the first few weeks of my “educational process” I had successfully hooked the following: Myself (in the back of the […]

Jun 232012
 
How To Install A Fuel Pump On a Boat

Interested in installing a fuel pump on your boat?  Check out this guest post by our friend Jessica. Installing a fuel pump in your boat is something you can likely tackle on your own if you have a modest amount of DIY skills. While vacuum pumps and electric pumps have slightly different instructions, you should […]

May 142012
 
Keeping Your Fishing Equipment Organized

Looking for some new ideas for organizing your fishing gear?  Check out the guest post below by our friend Jessica. Organize Your Fishing Equipment in Three Easy Steps The relationship between a person and his or her fishing equipment is a beautiful thing. Some might even call it sacred. However, like all relationships, this one […]

Mar 222012
 
Use Your Phone to Get to the Nearest Fishing Hole

A guest post by:  Larry Chandler  Thanks to the internet and smartphones, it is fairly easy to find almost any information about a local spot such as a restaurant or entertainment venue.   Unfortunately, finding information about where to fish and what kind of fish might be available has not been so easy to find.  However, […]

Jan 242012
 
The Big Cover-up: Covering Your Bass (Boat)

The Following is a guest post by Lee Hammerschmidt of Savvyboater.com Finally, a bass boat to call your very own. All that scrimping and saving. Not to mention having to switch to cheap domestic beer. But now it’s all yours and you can’t wait to get out on the water. Still, you need to make one more […]

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