• Slow-Pitch Jigging; It's More Than a Trend

    Slow-Pitch Jigging; It's More Than a Trend

    Over the past several years, no technique in the saltwater scene has been talked about as much as slow-pitch jigging.
  • Helping The Striped Bass Fishery Through Satellite Tagging

    Helping The Striped Bass Fishery Through Satellite Tagging

    Collecting data on popular sportfish has many benefits, with the data being helpful for better understanding the migration of fish and many other interesting tidbits of information.
  • Making Waves for Redfish

    Making Waves for Redfish

    There are many lures and tactics that will fool a redfish and that's part of what makes them such a popular target. They're aggressive, have incredible strength, and hold the hearts of anglers throughout their range − the marshes and coastal environments from North Carolina to Texas.
  • TROLLING FOR TUNA WITH SEAGUAR FLUOROCARBON

    TROLLING FOR TUNA WITH SEAGUAR FLUOROCARBON

    We’re not sure if Tuna are getting smarter, but it seems that any time we can get an edge on fooling these amazing creatures is an opportunity that shouldn’t be passed up. I can help to cringe at the scenario of encountering a trophy fish and not having used every trick and tip at my disposal.
  • Seaguar Pink Label<sup>®</sup> Fluorocarbon & ThreadLock<sup>®</sup> Braid

    Seaguar Pink Label® Fluorocarbon & ThreadLock® Braid

    “I don’t know if I’m the right guy for this one Scott, I’m pretty picky about line” was the response I gave my editor when he’d asked if I’d be willing to review some Seaguar Pink Label Fluorocarbon and ThreadLock braid. His response, “No pressure. Just try it out and give me your honest opinion.”
  • Three Trolling Approaches for Salmon

    Three Trolling Approaches for Salmon

    The salmon species are a well-regarded fish species for both their sport and excellent table fare. While native to the North Atlantic and Pacific Ocean, they can be found in the Great Lakes and have legions of fans fishing for them yearly.