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Ice Fishing – Safety Precautions

Posted by on Apr 27, 2014 in Fishing Tips | Comments Off on Ice Fishing – Safety Precautions

Ice fishing is exciting and enjoyable activity we highly recommend anyone looking for thrilling angling experience. The method is simple: a fishermen catches fish through a hole in the ice of a frozen water (pond, lake, river). However, it is one of the most dangerous fishing methods and therefore it is of high importance to follow safety precautions. Every year some inexperienced angler wanders onto the ice and starts drilling a hole. If the ice shifts and you fall into the water, it becomes extremely difficult to pull yourself out. Especially if you are alone! So, what are safety tips we would like to share with you when it comes to ice fishing! Continue reading to find out!

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Portuguese Seafood – Bacalhau A Gomes De Sa

Posted by on Apr 14, 2014 in Fish Recipes | Comments Off on Portuguese Seafood – Bacalhau A Gomes De Sa

I will always remember my trip to Portugal, not only for its incredible sights, monumental buildings and astonishing nature, but also for its delicious and addictive food! One of my fave Portuguese dishes is arguably Bacalhau a gomes de sa – salted codfish. This famous Portuguese recipe was invented by a cook Jose Luiz Gomes de Sa Jr. whose father was a codfish trader. In order to give the cod a softer texture, he marinated the fish flakes in warm milk. If just like me you are in love with this tasty dish, here is a recipe! Keep in mind that you need to plan ahead preparation, since the salted cod should be soaking for about 24 hours.

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Streamer Tips for A Big Early Spring Catch

Posted by on Mar 25, 2014 in Fishing Tackle, Fishing Tips | Comments Off on Streamer Tips for A Big Early Spring Catch

Many anglers prefer the method of throwing streamers for trout fishing. It’s the best way to get that big tug while fishing larger baitfish and leech for trout, whether from a boat or on the bank.  And even though you are not landing fish, with those swipes and long follows, it is certainly the best bet for some action at the start of the spring. During this period, the water is typically higher and colder, and fewer insects are hatching, thus making a streamer pattern an easy option due to its simplicity. But don’t fish it like you do in the mid-summer or early fall. Here are some tactics to improve your fishing this spring.

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Pleasanton Fly Fishing Show – Fly Fishing Extravaganza

Posted by on Feb 19, 2014 in Fishing News | Comments Off on Pleasanton Fly Fishing Show – Fly Fishing Extravaganza

21st to 23rd February will be an extravaganza for anglers when there will be a cornucopia of more than 100 booths of vendors of latest fly fishing tackle, clothing and accessories from Alaska to Argentina at the annual Pleasanton Fly Fishing Show at the Alameda County, Fairgrounds, at 4501 Pleasanton Ave. Parking is available at the nearby public lot for the premier California-wide show.

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Salmon Fishing in Wyoming

Posted by on Nov 30, 2013 in Fishing Destinations | Comments Off on Salmon Fishing in Wyoming

Salmon are one of the most famous fish for anglers in Wyoming. The salmon are born in fresh waters and then then migrate to oceans. They are usually found in streams and rivers however they spend a part of the year generally in the oceans. They are one of the toughest game and/or sport fish in Wyoming that challenge many anglers with the tough fight it puts up when gets caught.

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