Category: Fishing

Best Color Crankbait For Bass

6 Best Color Crankbait For Bass

Choosing the best crankbait colors is a matter of recognizing the enviornment in which you’re fishing and tailoring your selection to meet those requirements. In this article, we’re going to talk a little bit about how to choose the right crankbait color for the job and why those colors work

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Best Lure Color For Muddy Water

4 Best Lure Colors For Muddy Water Fishing

Learning how to choose lures for your fishing conditions is one of the most important skills for professional anglers, or fishermen who want to get more strikes. That’s why in this article, we’re going to talk about what to look for in lure selection when fishing muddy waters! The first

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Best Chatterbait Colors

Top 5 Best Chatterbait Colors For Bass Fishing

In today’s article in our lure color selection series, we’ll be talking about chatterbaits! A chatterbait is a good pick for when you’re looking to add vibration as an attractant to your lure. Chatterbaits are also a great choice if you are fishing an area which has a lot of

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Best Senko Colors for bass

10 Best Senko Colors For Bass

There are a seemingly endless number of senko colors out there, but it’s pretty clear that some colors simply perform better than others. So, which senko colors are the best performers? The truth is, there is no one “best senko color” or “best chatterbait color“. Many different colors can work

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best color worm for bass

Top 5 Best color worms for bass fishing

Sometimes choosing the right lure color can mean the difference between failure and success when it comes to bass fishing. Every experienced angler has his go-to’s, and in some cases, he may not even know why that lure works so well. He just knows that it does via trial and

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Invasive Freshwater Fish In Florida

Help Your State By Targeting Invasive Freshwater Fish In Florida

Invasive species are a bane to any local ecosystem, but they are particularly troublesome in climates which allow tropical species to thrive. Invasive freshwater fish in Florida have been invading canals, lakes, and rivers for decades. While invasive reptiles like the Green Iguana and the Burmese Python get all the

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