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Grandpas Pond


We can learn alot from kids.

Make Small Fortune In The Fishing Industry


Make Small Fortune In Fishing Industry...

Stories From the Heartland (Pt.1)


Every River Tells a Story

Why Water Skiing and Fishing Dont Mix


With the fourth of July weekend freshly behind us, I am reminded of one of the darker moments in a long and illustrious series of dark fishing moments....

Successful Fishing: The Mysterious e Factor.....


Successful Fishing: The mysterious "e" Factor.

Women and Fishing -- Not Just A Mans Sport


More and more women are learning to enjoy fishing each and every day. And, why not? Fishing is a sport that doesn?t require exceptional strength, stamina or height ? quite the contrary, fishing is a sport of agility, finesse and patience, skills many women already possess. So why don?t more women fish?

Surf Fishing The Outer Banks of North Carolina


My first experience surf fishing was with my father on Wrightsville Beach, NC in the 60?s. He parked our shiny black Ford Fairlane in a gravel parking lot off the beach and we hiked over the dunes to the surf, carrying rods, buckets, tackle box and various other fishing paraphernalia. I remember him catching bluefish, croakers, puppy drum and flounder as I played in the tidal pools nearby. Later, my grandmother would fry the filleted fish to a golden brown and we would eat them with hushpuppies and coleslaw.

Fish Cooking Basics - How to Transform Those Fish You Just Caught into a Wonderful Seafood Dinner


Fish Cooking Basics I must admit that I have met more than a few fishermen that know every trick in the book to catch fish, but after they have caught it, have no idea what to do with it. So if you are still wondering what you should be doing with those fish you caught, I have some help for you. The basic techniques for turning those fish into food are very simple and I have outlined the basic information and cooking methods for you. 10 minutes to the inch Whether you are grilling, frying, baking, poaching, steaming of broiling your fish, the basic rule is that it will take 8-10 minutes of cooking time for every inch of thickness. The biggest mistake most people make in cooking fish is to over cook it. Now if the fish is frozen, count on 20 minutes per inch. It starts at the water Fish can degrade quickly after you catch it. One thing you can do to prevent this is kill the fish as quickly as possible. Smack it in the head with a club, then cut the gills with a knife. This will bleed the fish out quickly and slow down spoilage. You caught it, you clean it OK, so you probably know this already, but you need to clean the innards out, using a sharpknife and your thumb or narrow spoon. The longer you leave that stuff in there, the more chance it will have to start messing with the fish's flavor. When is it done? The classical definition is that fish is done when it hits 160 and the juices run clear. Stick a fork into the thickest portion and twist gently. It should be flaky, but please, what ever you do, don't let it cook into dry nastiness.

Communications Equipment in the Wilderness


For Hunting, fishing, hiking, boating or cycling in all kinds of weather

How To Catch Largemouth Bass


Six strategies for a good day's fishing

The Frugal Fisherman: Part II


For those of you that don't know this, fishermen by nature are a frugal lot.

Fishing Team Gear Helps Teams Market To Sponsors


Competition between offshore and inshore anglers has skyrocketed within the last few years. As the competition increases, so does the need for fishing teams to differentiate themselves and stand out from other teams. To do this, fishing teams are acting more like businesses and taking marketing and branding seriously. There are several reasons why increasing amounts of fishing teams are moving towards self-promotion.

Fly Fishing Journals ? Keep Track of Your Trips


Fly fishing is addictive. Once you start, you'll never stop. Whether you are going to the local water hole or to Alaska, you should use a fly fishing journal to keep track of your sessions.

Saltwater Fly Fishing -- A Tide Runs Through It


Saltwater fly fishing is all the rage these days. This excitement is quite understandable because there's hardly anything more thrilling to a saltwater fly rodder than a bluefish blitz, a tailing red drum off the coast of NC, or a bonefish battle on the flats of south Florida waters.

Steroids Running Rampant In Fishing World


You knew it would come to this sooner or later....

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