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icast 2018

Great Tips from the Pros at ICAST 2018

by Scott Bernarde 0

Game & Fish editors have been at ICAST 2018 this week in Orlando looking for new products and innovations. We’re… more »

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Hot Summer Bass Tips From MLF Pros

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

Major League Fishing professionals offer these summer bass tips — go deep, find shade and go early (or late) It’s… more »

Arkansas trout

Big Trout Want Bigger Meals With Lots of ‘Meat’

by Game & Fish Staff 0

Yes, trout fishing is extraordinary fun even when the target is a 9-inch rainbow in a stream you can jump… more »

crappie

Find The Crappie Strike Zone With These Tips

by David Brown 0

While crappie are fun, they can be one of the most frustrating fish in the water. Try these tips  to be… more »

June bass

6 Great June Bass Fisheries in New England

by Al Raychard 0

Looking for some exciting June bass action? Check out these tips on where and how to fish in New England…. more »

trout

How to Catch the Biggest Trout in the Stream

by David Paul Williams 0

The odds of catching trout improve as fishermen learn more about the trout they seek, what they eat and where… more »

walleye

Cool Info For Hot-Weather Walleyes

by Dan Johnson 0

Here are some high-percentage strategies for hot-weather walleye adventures.  Walleye anglers stuck in spring mode often struggle in summer. But it’s… more »

smallmouth bass

Best Ways to Target Summer Smallmouth Bass

by M.D. Johnson 0

Change your techniques to stay ahead of the game and catch more smallmouth bass this summer. If your heart doesn’t… more »

catfish

Catfish Tricks To Find, Catch More Bruisers

by Keith Sutton 0

Catching catfish requires more than dropping bait. It requires understanding what the fish eats, where the big ones hide and how to get… more »

summer bass

Buck Conventional Wisdom For Summer Bass

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

Tournament pros Randy Blaukat, Clark Reehm and Josh Bertrand can help you catch more summer bass. By Peter Robbins Today’s bass… more »

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