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  • Getting Your Boat Ready For Hibernation0

    Winter will eventually arrive; a season when we will no longer be able to enjoy regional boat fishing. Now is the time to get your boat ready for storage. The approach for long-term boat storage — periods without any use — is different than storing a boat between outings. Following a rigorous winterization routine helps

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  • Neglected Battery Causes Lost Fishing Day0

    The fishing day began with hope and expectations. It would end quite differently, terminated much sooner than anticipated. I was fishing The Susquehanna River on this chilly mid-November morning. No other boats were present; no other fishermen willing to tolerate the 35-degree air temperature. The forecast: light wind, partly sunny, and climbing thermometer held promise.

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  • Life Jackets: Make The Right Fit And Wear Them0

    Without question, wearing life jackets (personal floatation devices — PFDs) saves lives. They help minimize motion to keep you afloat and help insulate your body. Cold water robs the body of heat 25 to 30 times faster than air. It may come as a surprise, but the water doesn’t have to be icy to cause

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  • Anglers Resort To Small Flies To Catch Big Fish0

    Atlantic salmon fishing can hardly be described as predictable. The fish first must arrive. After several years of feeding on the ocean’s bounty, salmon return to their natal river, often to the same spot where they were hatched. This is an incredible feat of navigation, a miracle performed by the smell of the water, which

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  • Fishing with Mike O’Brien… In Praise Of Barracuda, Great0

    Barracuda, great, Sphyraena barracuda, occur in all tropical seas, except the East Pacific, and are known by the common names of cuda, sea pike, and giant sea pike. They are quite common from Florida to Brazil. There are also Guinean, Mexican, and Pacific barracuda. Great barracuda are one of the largest of the barracudas and

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