Monthly Archives: November 2010

Striped Bass Fishing Tips

Striped bass or Stripers are by far one of the most majestic fish in the ocean.  When you catch your first striped bass and hold it in your hands you will know what I mean.  There is an aura about these fish that can only be felt by feeling their tough scales and looking into […]

Seafood Chowder Recipe

What do you do when you have a freezer full of fish? Make seafood chowder of course! Seafood chowder is a wonderful treat that tastes great any time of year. It is the type of meal that no matter what ingredients and type of fish that you decide to use, you can’t go wrong. So […]

How to Catch Walleye

There are generally many questions about Walleye fishing which is probably due to their elusive nature as well as their difficulty to catch for the beginner angler.  I hope this article will take some of the mystery out of Walleye fishing.  Walleyes are a fish with a rather interesting history as they were only native to […]

Bluegill Fishing

Lets give credit where credit is due fellow fisherman. If it were not for catching your first Bluegill when you were still in elementary school with your mickey mouse rod you may not have become the fisherman you are today.  Many anglers get frustrated when they catch a Bluegill or Pumpkin Seed, but not me, I […]

Fresh Fish: Fish and Chips

Who doesn’t love a nice big plate of fish and chips especially if you caught the fish yourself? Generally the best fish to use for frying is a firm white fish such as flounder, haddock, cod, tilapia or sometimes catfish and snapper. Preparing the Fish Filets:First you want to cut the heads and tails of the […]

How to Catch Trout

If you have never caught a rainbow trout before then you are in for surprise the first time one latches onto your line.  They are an aggressive freshwater fish that offers a good fight for their size.  They are also one of the most colorful freshwater, which is where they received their name from.  Beginners […]

What Color Fishing Lure Should I Use?

The difference between an good fishing trip and an excellent fishing trip could be as simple as a color change of your fishing lure.  But what color should you choose.  This has been a difficult question that has plagued fisherman for many years.  I hope that I can shed some “color” on the matter.   Before I begin […]

Scup Fishing

Are you seeking some fast action saltwater fishing for a novice to intermediate level fisherman?  If you have never tried scup fishing then you are in for a real treat.  Scup or butter-fish are a blast to catch and offer non stop action if you can find a decent school.  I have brought numerous first time fisherman […]