When an angler decides it’s time to put new line on his or her reel, there are several things to consider. Do we want a line that is abrasion resistant or one that is super limp? Would a line with no stretch or some stretch be better? Are we looking for the strongest line available or do we want something that’s very manageable? Superline, monofilament, braid, or fluorocarbon? CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE
The American Outdoorsman’s favorite fisherman, Mark Tobin, heads to our neighbor in the north to reel in the giant British Columbia Chinook Salmon with the Oak Bay Marine Group.
For over 50 years Al and Ron Lindner have been helping anglers locate and catch fish. From the seminal “Secret Teachings” formula of F + L + P = Success to FRS (Fish Response System), decades of info-packed TV and radio fishing programming, countless DVDs, to Lindner Media’s “Angling Edge” TV series. CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE
When most anglers go fishing, they’re out there to feel a fish pull back on their line. Usually we hit the water with a plan for a specific species of fish, and some of the time we’re successful: The fish are eating what we’re showing them. CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE