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  • The Palomar Knot

    The Palomar Knot

    If you would like to learn how to tie the palomar knot then this short presentation will help you with the basics. If you enjoyed this short presentation please click the like button, also share it with your friends and colleagues. These plastic fishing knot cards are great reminders and will fit anywhere.

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  • Moon Phases and Fishing

    Moon Phases and Fishing

    The moon is the clock for all fish and effects them in many different ways. This presentation will help you get a better understanding of  the moon your and fishing. I hope you are a little wiser now in regards to the moon phases and fish. If you enjoyed this presentation please click the like button and share it with your friends and colleagues. If you would like to be able to keep a better eye on the moon phases, […]

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  • Large Soft Stick Bait For Large Bass

    Large Soft Stick Bait For Large Bass

    One of the best big bass baits is the large stick soft bait. Here is a different way of attaching a smaller hook to the bait to increase your strike rate. If you found this presentation helpful, I am sure you will have friends and colleagues that will enjoy it as well, so please click on the like button and share it with them.

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  • Reading the Water when Fly Fishing

    Reading the Water when Fly Fishing

    Does riffle, run, pool mean anything to you in regards to reading the water when fly fishing? If not you are about to become very familiar with these three words – riffle, run, pool. Good luck reading the water next time you are out fly fishing in you favorite stream. If you enjoyed this presentation I am sure you will have friends and colleagues that will enjoy it to so please share this with them. Reading Trout Water: 2nd Edition […]

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  • The Perfection Loop Knot

    The Perfection Loop Knot

    The perfection loop knot is a good knot to know when you need a loop for any fishing line application, for example joining the leader to a fly line or when you need to use a sinker on the end of the leader. Pretty simple when you are shown the right way isn’t it. If you enjoyed this presentation please share it with your friends and colleagues. These handy knot guide cards are made of plastic to protect them from […]

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  • To Use a Swivel or Not!

    To Use a Swivel or Not!

    When should you use a swivel, snap swivel, or when should you tie direct really is a personal decision that you need to make yourself, but if you would like some tips to help you make this decision then this presentation will help you along the way. I hope you enjoyed and gained some knowledge from watching this short presentation, if so could your share it with a friend or colleague please. Fishing Basics: The Complete Illustrated Guide Don’t be […]

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  • Snap Swivels

    Snap Swivels

    Every fisherman has used some sort of swivel at some time when fishing. The snap swivel is basically a swivel with a snap clip to allow the quick and easy changing of leaders or lures. This presentation will show the pros and cons of some different snap swivels. Did you enjoy this short presentation if so please share it with your friends and colleagues.

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  • Understanding the Fishing Hook

    Understanding the Fishing Hook

    There are several different types of hook on the market today, all have different applications. The basic hook consists of an eye to tie your line onto, followed by the shank which is the backbone of the hook, the bend in the hook is where the strength of  the hook comes from, then you have the barb to stop the fish falling off the hook after the bite and finally the point, this is where the hook penetrates the fish. […]

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  • Spinners for Walleye

    Spinners for Walleye

    Spinners have been catching walleye for around 40 years now. The color, the spinning flashing blade and the vibration of the spinner as it moves through the water is a great attractant to any walleye. Minnows, leeches, crawlers and even soft baits can be used to catch walleye using spinners. If you found this presentation enjoyable and helpful please share it with your friends. Take a look at this Spinner Deal

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  • Essential Trout Flies

    Essential Trout Flies

    Every trout fisherman has small selection of his or her favorite flies in theirtackle box of which some will be dries and others will be sub surface flies. Howdoes this selection compare to yours? If you found this presentation helpful please share it with your friends. This book is a guide to the foods that trout eat and the most effective flies to match them. There are both paperback and kindle editions Paperback Edition Kindle Edition

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