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Angler Boats Potential Illinois State Record Catfish

by Chris Schneider 0

For years on end, die-hard fisherman head out to the lake hundreds of days each year, searching for that one… more »

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4 Tips When Jig Fishing For Bass

by Chris Schneider 0

Although the art of jig fishing for bass has been around for hundreds of years, not all anglers understand a… more »

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Top 10 Biggest Pike World Records of All Time

by Jack Vitek 1

While wildly popular amongst anglers around the world, the IGFA World Record book shows that the biggest pike in the… more »

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Fishing Florida to Fight Cancer

by Rick Bach 0

The second half of the my journey across Florida was a great way to finish my fundrasing efforts for Catch… more »

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Best Ways For Fisherman To Prevent Skin Cancer

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

Protecting ourselves from the sun is on every outdoorsman’s radar screen today, as well it should be. The myths surrounding… more »

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How To Make Your Own Catfish Dough Bait

by Keith Sutton 1

When it comes to fishing baits, you won’t find a more unusual variety than the strange brews of smelly ingredients… more »

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10 Old School Catfishing Techniques That Still Work Today

by Anietra Hamper 0

Kansas native Jerry Dishman remembers using whatever means possible to catch catfish in the Big Blue River as a young boy in the… more »

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Top 10 Freshwater World Records Ever Caught

by Jack Vitek 0

It’s been nearly 40 years since the IGFA began maintaining and recording freshwater world records, previously the responsibility of Field… more »

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5 Top New Spinning Tackle Setups for 2015

by John Geiger 0

“The right gear matters.” I’m sure you’ve heard this time and time again, but it so true.  Having the right gear… more »

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How to Fillet a Crappie

by Keith Sutton 0

Crappie are fun to catch and delicious to eat. Before the eating begins, however, anglers must know how to properly… more »

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