This was filmed on the S. Umpqua River near Roseburg, Oregon. Baits used were the 2.75″ and 3.75″ XFactor Tackle Teaser Minnows and the 4″ XFactor Tackle …
In this classic book, expert Lou Tabory provides professional advice on how to fly fish for striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, and other cold-water marine species. Tabory clearly instructs on how to “read” rips, bars, beaches, flats, jetties, reefs, tidal estuaries, and all other important fishing areas. He outlines what tackle fly fishermen need, which flies are most effective (and when and how they should be fished), and how to hook and play inshore game fish. There are also special sections on tides, night fishing, the use of a stripping basket, drags, and drag systems―all the information a beginning or expert marine fly fisherman needs to bring his or her skill set to the next level.
FISH!! Welcome to Lake Paradise! It’s a shame that while we own this, Sega Marine Fishing (which advertised itself as the sequel to SBF), SBF2, and SBFD, I’ve …
There are many different types of sail boats, ranging from tiny one person boats to tall ships which can carry hundreds of sailors. Sailboats can be classified primarily by their sail configuration and hull type.
Sloop – The sloop is the most common sail configuration, consisting of a mainsail and foresail. There are several variations on the basic sloop design, such as adding more than one foresail, or the fractional rig. A fractional rig sloop is one where the foresail does not extend all of the way to the top of the mast – this can give the boat better performance in some conditions.
Catboat – This design has one mast, like the sloop; Unlike the sloop, it does not carry a headsail. The catboat is also characterized by its mast being placed well towards the bow of the boat.
Ketch – A ketch has two masts – a main mast and a mizzen mast. A ketch may also use jib sails in front of the main mast.
Schooner – A schooner is a boat with two or more masts, and the second mast is at least as tall as the first mast. This differentiates a schooner from a ketch, as the mizzen mast on a ketch is shorter than the main mast.
In addition to sail type, sail boats can be classified by hull type. Most sail boats are mono or single hull boats, but some are multi hull or catamaran hull designs.
A Mono hull boat uses a keel or centerboard for stability (to leakage against the force of the wind on the sails), but a multi hull boat uses it's width to create stability. Multi hull boats are often faster than mono hull boats. Of course, a mono hull boat will have more interior room than a multi hulled boat of the same size.
In Fish, Frogs, and Fireflies: Growing Up with Nature, award-winning outdoors writer Robert Montgomery and 13 friends explore what and how we learn about life from the everyday miracles of nature. Each story celebrates the tangible and intangible blessings we derive from the outdoors These tales encourage us to sleep in a tent, swim in a lake, blow the fluff off a dandelion, and wish on a falling star. Invest enough time and a butterfly might land on your nose, or a hummingbird on your finger. You might see an eagle soar or a double rainbow splashed across the western sky at dawn. Read this book to a child! Take it with you on a hike, a fishing excursion, or camping trip. The essays and short stories will inspire you to enjoy the natural world, even if you don’t know a cricket from a cricket frog. They will enlighten you with cautionary tales of thin ice and blazing campfires. They will entertain you with accounts of an alien invasion, white rats run amuck, and an embarrassing trip to the emergency room. Fish, Frogs, and Fireflies will educate you about nature’s mysteries and miracles, ranging from mermaids and snake spit, to African lions and Ozarks dinosaurs. This book will take you to the stars, the mountains, and a little creek below the tree line at the baseball field. And if you enjoyed the outdoors as a child, they will bring back glorious memories.
This technique is awesome for catching big bass in deep water. It is a very effective way to catch bass in the spring, summer, winter or fall. Jacob Wheeler goes …
Pre-fishing Table Rock lake for Tri County Bass Club Tourney. May 13th,2017
Hooked Myself in the shin while pre fishing Table Rock lake for Tri County Bass Club Tourney, May 20th, 2017.
Had a pretty good day otherwise, caught 2 keepers after this mishap and 1 before.
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Mexico’s first great resort destination, Acapulco is a stunningly beautiful city located around a bay on the Pacific Ocean, with miles of easily-accessible beaches. It’s truly in the tropics, with palm trees and other exotic plants everywhere. Views across the bay are gorgeous, the sunsets are legendary, and the city lights at night are lovely from every vantage point.
What to do? Swimming (but note that some beaches have rough surf and undertows), working on your tan, eating and drinking at the wide variety of restaurants and clubs… and staying up late (or all night) to go dancing at the discos. Scuba diving, fishing, boating, and other water sports are available, as are golf courses and tennis courts. The shopping is great fun, though don’t expect the best bargains in Mexico in this tourist-oriented city. Famous divers jump off extremely high cliffs into the sea at La Quebrada… that’s something to watch, not to do! Most of all, Acapulco is a place to relax.
I’ve been to Acapulco both as a child and as an adult. Of course, the city has changed a lot; the quaint little motel just a block from the beach where we stayed when I was a kid is long gone, replaced with newer, taller buildings.
I adored the city as a child, and I continue to like its natural beauty and its beaches. Though it is now a huge city and very tourist-oriented, I still think Acapulco is an outstanding place for a beach vacation. The glittering celebrities are more likely to go to the newer resorts — Cancun and others that were small towns or fishing ports when Acapulco was the rising star.
If you explore the central market and other places away from the obvious main tourist areas, you can get a real connection with the people. Many of the tourists nowadays are Mexican, and you can chat with them on the beach. Don’t speak Spanish? No problem! Smiles go a long way, and many Mexicans know some English.
The weather in Acapulco is very nice all winter, hot and humid in the summer. Good thing the beach is there!
For materials visit our Webstore: http://shop.flyfishsd.com Nevermind the silly accent and the off centered camera view, this fly works. It works especially well on …
Learn how to catch more and bigger bass from former Clearlake, Ca fishing guide of twelve years, Bob Labno. Let Bob show you through his system “Maximum Exposure” how to keep your bait in front of the big bass instead of the hit and miss most anglers use.
Using moon and sun position, he will show you how to know where and what times big bass will feed each day instead of your roaming around aimlessly. This system works so well that he quit taking pictures of bass over ten pounds at about 300!
This book contains information on the best way to fish different structures, the best big bass baits and how to use them. It teaches you how a bass perceives the world around it and how it reacts. It will also teach you how to pinpoint big bass structures, what to do when the fishing gets tough and many more tricks. It also contains relevant stories about his time guiding.
Big bass aren’t hard to catch. Being at the right spot when they’re feeding is the problem, and what you’ll learn in these pages. You’ll get the best of forty-five years of experience in bass fishing.
No matter where you live or your level of expertise, Bob will help you find and catch bigger bass!
Bob is also the author of “Close Encounters of the Critter Kind”, “Bare Bones Organic Gardening”, and “Screen Printing Four Color Process on T-shirts”.
Tri-City Lunkers club tournament on 12/12/15. Crank bite was good in the morning. The wind came up strong and was to hard to fish the dam the remainder of …