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Hi, my name is Adam Sauve and today I would like to talk about how I fish halibut from my Radar 135. I fish Northern California from San Francisco Bay to Tomales Bay and the surrounding parts of the Pacific Ocean. My favorite method for targeting...

Just offshore the coast of California living in the forests of kelp and cracks of the rocky outcroppings are around 70 different species of rockfish. If looking to get out fishing on the big blue for a day in the kayak and go home with some fine...

The Ways of the Weakfish By Frank Ruczynski It’s spring in the northeast and with it comes some of the best fishing opportunities of the year. While hefty striped bass and slammer bluefish grab the spotlight, it’s the trophy tiderunner weakfish that...

Three Spring Bass Spots in Central and Western Massachusetts By Drew Haerer The ice has thawed, and it is time to chase green fish. In New England, it doesn't take long for sluggish bass to shift from winter patterns to into full-blown gorging mode...

Big Sur Adventure- California’s Wild Coast By Andy O'Brien April first marks the opening of Rockfish season on the Central California Coast. Two days into the season I was lucky enough to get on the water off the coast of Big Sur for what turned out...

By Thomas Watanapun Ah, choices and decisions. With so many options to choose from when looking at the weather and swell reports for my next diving/spearfishing adventure, it can be a battle of ultimate indecisiveness choosing how I want to spend my...

My Top 5 Favorite Fish From The Kayak By Tom Adams I enjoy catching just about any fish I can from my kayak in the coastal waters of Rhode Island. I have 5 favorite species I target from my Wilderness Systems RADAR135 with the Helix pedal drive. Of...

A 'Tall Tales' Story Geo Stevens Let me introduce you to my friend Arnoldo. Love my longtime friend, but ever since the first time I kayaked with him he always required at least one stop after I picked him up. That one stop always required the...

Tips for Getting Started as an Outdoor Writer by Drew Haerer I remember one day in grad school, I picked up an outdoor magazine, read through a few articles and thought "you know, I could do this." I'd been blogging for a while and had written a few...

Finding and Storing Live Bait By Eric Tebbets On the Central Coast of California we target a wide range of fish, all of which can be caught successfully on artificial baits. But, there are days when artificial baits just are not getting it done or...

By Carlos De La Villa, My name is Carlos DeLaVilla and am currently active duty serving in the U.S. Army, but when I'm not on duty I volunteer my time to Heroes on the Water every chance I get because of the amazing service it gives to our veterans...

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