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2017 Opening Day Fishing Season

Sharpen those hooks gents,  I don’t know about you but I am getting cabin fever all over again. 2016 was a great year, but I have a feeling that 2017 is going to be even better. Check out the resources below to hone your skills for this years season. Things Not To Do While Fishing […]

Tilapia or Flounder with Cornmeal Crust

Tilapia or Flounder with Cornmeal Crust INGREDIENTS 1 lb. of tilapia, flounder or another flat fish (4-6 filets) 1 cup of ground cornmeal 2 egg whites 1 tbsp. of paprika 1 teaspoon salt dash of pepper Half of a lemon squeezed Avocado Sauce: 1 avocado 2 tbsp. plain Greek yogurt Half of a lime squeezed […]

Jumbo Smallmouth Bass Landed From Wildcat Lake

Don Dziedzina of Illinois Outdoors Inc., has been involved in the outdoors industry for over 40 years. Don has written columns for numerous outdoor magazines and many local newspapers.  If you are interested in learning more about Don be sure to visit IllinoisOutdoors.com. Don was nice enough to share a recent fishing story with fishingforbeginners.net […]

Tarpon in Aruba

Aruba is one of the most beautiful places in the world.  I have spent much time there myself.  It is also home to a vast majority of fish species.  A great tour guide named Laurenz van Mook who runs the tour company FlyFishingAruba.com can be found in Aruba.  They were nice enough to provide me a […]

Monster Northern From Loznica

I generally write many fish stories on the US side of the Atlantic ocean,  but figured it would be exciting to highlight some amazing fish photos from the other side of the river.  A Facebook friend of mine Vlada Tadic has some amazing fish photos in his profile and he provided me some details about […]

Monster Muskie Landed By Stephen Crook

In this weeks post I wanted to once again highlight the fishing skills of one of my Facebook friends.  Stephen Crook has landed many monster Muskies over the years in the Ontario area.  He is always willing to offer up advice and his fishing experiences and we appreciate him sharing his fishing story with us […]

Rehabilitating Vets Through Fly Fishing

Today I learned about an amazing non-profit organization through one of my Facebook friends called “Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing” and wanted to take a few minutes to make a posting to raise some awareness of the wonderful services they offer.  The work and services performed by this organization are amazing.  They are a national […]

Master Carver and Artist “Louie The Fish”

In this article I would like to highlight the skills of a local angler that has truly made his presence known in the fishing community.  His name is Louie Denolfo or better know as “Louie the fish Denolfno”.  Louie was born in New London, CT on May 27, 1944. He worked as a deckhand on […]

2015 Fishing Season

It has been a long time since I last made a post on this old site, mostly because it was offline for over a year unfortunately.  Apparently I should have been more proactive about my domain renewals as there are individuals out there that were looking to purchase and old on to this popular domain. […]

Bluefish in Narragansett Bay in November?

This has been a particularly odd fishing year as the typical fish patterns have been all off the charts.  Recently large schools of bluefish were being caught in Narragansett bay in November.  This is highly unusual as usually the last  bluefish are caught the last weeks of September and sometimes early October.  To catch Bluefish in the bay in November is […]