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This is the exact phrase I would use to describe how my waterfowl-hunting career got its start. Like many sportsmen, I grew up hunting squirrels and rabbits along with the prolific Pennsylvania Whistle Pig, known more commonly as the ground hog. As...

The event was put on by Pro Staff emeritus and ubiquitous bass man Chad “Knotright” Hoover, and what an event it was! Veterans Chris LeMessurier and Troy Meyerhoeffer and drove from Michigan and New York, respectively, to try and pull a win for Team...

We awoke early filled with the thrill of adventure in our souls, but little did we know how our day was going to turn out. This will be a day that I will never forget for many reasons. It was a brisk and cool 27 degrees when we arrived at Devils...

With that being said, these areas can get very little traffic. Being prepared for a variety of unfortunate events can make a bad day better. Most of us will not face a life or death situation when fishing but they do happen. The items I have listed...

Angler: Mike & Ben Zilkowksy Fishery: Gull Lake, Alberta, Canada Lure: #4 3/32 oz jig head tipped with minnow tail Catch and Pattern Description: Once the lakes and rivers freeze up us kayak anglers don’t go into hibernation here in Alberta. We...

Sure, it can handle open water swells with confident ease, but here are some other applications the thresher is great for. Designed to be a capable angling kayak, the Wilderness Systems Pro Staff has taken the Thresher into a variety of fisheries,...

Angler: Alejandro Pérez-Arteaga Fishery: Lake Zirahuen, a mountain lake near Morelia, Michoacán, central Mexico Lure: Texas-rigged small watermelon craw on a 1/0 wide gap hook and ¼ oz tungsten weight Catch and Pattern Description: Alejandro...

Angler: Wes Widrig Fishery: New River near Bluestone Dam, Hinton, West Virginia Lure: 1/4 oz Swim Jig Catch and Pattern Description: Targeting a smallmouth winter pattern sometimes leads to a more interesting encounter with one of the New River's...

Kayak anglers enjoy this platform for its comfort, stability and capacity for a solo fishing experience. Angling kayaks are also equally well suited for anglers using fly rods and reels as well as spinning and casting equipment. I often carry both...

I caught my personal best bass, took a lot of first-timers out kayak fishing, and focused on species other than my usual favorite, smallmouth bass. I also relocated to a different area in Pennsylvania where the Susquehanna is narrow, there’s access...

The deck is highly walkable and stable – a feature that was achieved without needing to add more width to the boat, allowing for sustained speed and glide. The deck is low-profile and intentionally designed to shed wind. Storage opportunities are...

If you’re in the market for a new paddle, whether you’re a first time buyer or just a gear head, look no further than the latest series of high performance angler-specific paddles from Adventure Technology (AT). Available in retail stores now, the...

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