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How Noise Effects Fish

Did you know that fish aren’t as hard of hearing as some of us humans? Yes, fish can hear, as per scientists and experienced anglers. Water sound effects can have an impact on your fishing that you may not yet have considered, for better or worse.

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Tips for Dock Fishing

Do you want to learn more about the art of fishing from docks? Yes, it is an art. In fact, fishing docks vary quite a bit, and some are better than others. Here are some tips to help you get a successful catch.

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Best Saltwater Fishing Spots in Florida

There are several great South Florida fishing spots for beginners and more advanced saltwater fishermen. Here are some of the best ones:

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Kayak Fishing

Fishing and kayaking don’t have to be two separate activities. In fact, people have been fishing from kayaks for thousands of years. Here’s how to fish from a kayak, in case it’s on your bucket list.

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Choosing the Right Lure

When you walk into a sporting goods store or outdoor store, the number of fishing lures (artificial bait) available can be exciting but overwhelming. Here are tips on how to choose the right lure, whether you are saltwater fishing or out in freshwater.

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Boat Safety: Predicting the Weather

Did you know there are signs that different kinds of weather are approaching? Learning these signs, without the use of electronics, is important for boaters to stay safe. Predicting the weather at sea can help you with avoiding storms.

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Landing Your Fish

We have all heard the stories about the one that got away. The chances are good that you won’t want a sad ending like that one, so it’s wise to learn how to landing your catch easier so that you bring more fish on board the boat.

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Baitcasting Reels vs. Spinning Reels

Fishing purists continue to argue over which is better: the baitfishing reel or the spinning reel. Let's examine this debate by first pointing out the difference between baitcasting reels and spinning reels.

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Catching Bonefish

The bonefish is quite the looker, featuring silver sides, dark back, pointed snout, and a forked tail. The thick-bodied fish is typically 2-10 pounds and is particularly popular in the tropics and Bahamas. Here are some tips on how to catch bonefish or “Silver Ghost.”

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Fishing the Tides

When preparing for your next fishing excursion, don’t forget to check the tides. Knowing the best tides to fish can help you strategize the day better and get you a catch rather than just a day out in the boat. Checking the tide can be as easy as looking at a mobile app or tide tables available online.

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Fishing with Soft Plastic Baits

Soft plastic baits are amongst the most popular baits, and they come in many sizes, colors, and shape. So, how do you pick the right one? Certain plastic worms and tubes are better than other ones for catching fish in specific situations. Find out below the secrets of fishing with soft plastic baits.

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Preventing Boat Theft

Having your boat broken into and having materials within stolen or, worse yet, having your boat stolen altogether, is an unfortunate but possible reality. Preventing boat theft is possible using the advice below.

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Catch and Release Fishing: The Basics

To catch and release fish as efficiently as possible involves a good understanding of how to unhook the fish properly. The process is more difficult for some species than others, and depends on where exactly the fish was hooked.

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Fishing for Squid

If you are looking for tips on how to fish for squid, you have come to the right place. Here is advice for serious anglers on how to catch adult squid.

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Time to Gear Up - Deep Sea Fishing Rods

Deep sea, salt water fishing is a little different from fishing in the rivers and fresh water lakes. While lighter fishing rods are good to go for the fresh water bodies, deep sea fishing requires stronger rods. The deep sea fish varieties such as grander blue marine and snapper are also stronger and need something that will take on their weight and withstand the time it takes to land one.

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Advice for Goliath Grouper Fishing

Advice for Goliath Grouper Fishing

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Peacock Bass in Florida

Introduction of Peacock Bass in Florida

Peacock Bass FloridaPeacock bass fishing is one of the most fascinating game fish because of their tenacity. The unique peacock bass are native to the Amazon River of South America. They have now become a well-known fresh water game fish in Florida. They have fantastic fighting qualities and taste great too.

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Mangrove Snapper Fishing

Tips for Mangrove Snapper Fishing!

Mangrove Snapper FishingNo doubt mangrove snapper are in abundance, it is not a piece of cake for an angler to catch one though. It takes quite a long time for you to sit with your rod and line and wait for the fish to fall into your trap. Call these fish smart headed or call them lucky, it really doesn’t matter; the truth is that you need to be at the expert level of fishing, if you want to catch these beauties.

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Tiger Shark Fishing

Tiger Shark Fishing Guide

Tiger Shark FishingThe idea of trying tiger shark fishing can be quite exciting, but as you can imagine this is very challenging. Since you are trying to catch a shark, you need to have the right tools and precautions, otherwise things can go south really fast.

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Fishing with Shrimp

All You Need to Know When Fishing with Shrimp

Fishing with ShrimpIf you are by a coastline in Florida, there is most likely a bait shop that sells shrimp not far from you. Most of these bait shops have live and frozen shrimp anywhere from $2 to $5 a dozen. Considering just about every carnivorous fish in the ocean will eat shrimp, it is a great bait to use.

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