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Depts of WildLife and Fisheries by State
A interactive listing of all Wildlife and Fisheries Departments by State. Click on the state and you will be directed to that states Wildlife and Fisheries Website.
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Full Moons
This years full moons. Solar and lunar activitity play a great role in influencing fishing productivity.
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Basic Fishing Knots
How to tie the basic fishing knots. This page instructs you in how to tie the most useful fishing knots. It is filled with step by step illustrations to make knot tying very simple. Print the page and put it in your tackle box, so you can reference it while your fishing. more...

More Basic Fishing Knots
More instructions on how to tie the most useful fishing knots. It is filled with step by step illustrations to make knot tying very simple. Print the page and put it in your tackle box, so you can reference it while your fishing. more...

Essential Fishing Equipment
The basic equipment you need to make the most of your fishing experience. Just look at the equipment we suggest or buy it from Bass Pro Shops right from this page. more...

Releasing Fish
Keep the fight time to a minimum, and play the fish to hand as quickly as possible. Use a knotless catch and release net, or better yet, no net at all. Use only barbless hooks. They're easier to set and easier to remove, causing far less tissue damage than barbed hooks. Whenever possible, remove the hook without touching the fish. more...

Fishing Hooks
The right size for the right fish. Having sharp, correctly sized hooks is the differnce between showing the big one and telling how it got away. Print the helpful chart and take it with you on your fishing expeditions. more...

Trolling for Fish
Never troll through schooling Fish. Always troll down the front edge of schooling fish Change lures frequently. Don't just keep trying the same one over and over. But when you find one to the fishes liking stick with it until it goes cold. more...

Fishing the Back Country
Backpacking in the mountain country of Colorado has long been a favorite pastime of mine. Fishing in the small-secluded streams, ponds, and lakes I find along the way has provided many campfire tales and memories. If you have backpacked you know that you pack only what you need. The problem arises for us hardcore fishermen. more...

Fishing Basics
Fresh water fishing is the sport of catching fish in rivers, lakes and streams. Fishing is one of the basic activities inherent in man's psyche. It is at our very core, to be hunters and fishermen. Millions of people enjoy fishing for sport, even more do it for a living, and there are those that do it to provide their subsistence. Whatever the reasons, fishing is a sport that can be enjoyed by all. It does not require certain physical skills or an Einstein-like mind. It is basic and that is why so many people enjoy it. more...

Making your own fishing lures
Learn to make a Top-water, Spoon, and Spinner bait. We list the parts and give your step-by-step instructions. A unique way to save money and add even more enjoyment to your fishing experience. more...

Tying your own Files
Fly-fishing may be just another sport to you but if you want to get some real satisfaction out of it, why not learn to tie your own flies? Experienced fly-fishermen who tie their own flies will tell you there's nothing like catching a fish with one of your own hand-made flies. You will have to get yourself some instructions-it's not the easiest thing in the world to do-but with a bit of patience and some good diagrams, you'll be able to tie some basic flies in minutes.
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