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  • Lauri Rapala Fishing Legend 1905 -1974

    Lauri Rapala Fishing Legend 1905 -1974

    In 1936 Lauri Rapala observed that big fish eat little fish especially small wounded fish so he went about making a lure out of tree bark that looked similar to one of those wounded minnow. The story goes that on some days he caught up to 600 lb of fish with this lure. So the rest is history. Here is a short presentation about the original rapala lure. Rapala Original Floater 05 Fishing Lures The original rapala floater can be […]

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  • Fizards Revolutionary Fish Attractant

    Fizards Revolutionary Fish Attractant

    Fizards is a revolutionary fish attractant this will change the way you fish. Typical attractants are spray on, oil based solutions that just don’t last. Recently, soft plastic lures have been introduced that are impregnated with scent, but they don’t add anything to your presentation that hasn’t been around for years. Traditional attractants appeal to a two or three of the senses of fish at best. Let us introduce you to Fizards…A fish attractant that appeals to all 5 senses, […]

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  • Midway Atoll – Plastic Fantastic?

    Midway Atoll – Plastic Fantastic?

    Midway Atoll, North Pacific Ocean is a 2.4 square mile atoll 2,000 miles from the nearest continent roughly half way between North America and Asia. Take a look at this short clip made by Chris Jordan and see for yourself the grief that the plastic waste left abandoned by us humans is having on the local wild life. Thank you for taking the time to look at this short video, please share it with you friends. Here is what all […]

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  • Desert Fishing Frenzy

    Desert Fishing Frenzy

    Next time you go out fishing and come home empty handed think about the Dogon people in Mali, they have only one day every year to gather fish for their families from a sacred pond. Approximately 4000 bare chested men gather around a pond the size of an Olympic swimming pool hoping to catch a fish or two with their cone shaped baskets. If you enjoyed this presentation please take the time to hit the “like” button and share it […]

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  • Spiderwire Stealth Glow Vis Braid

    Spiderwire Stealth Glow Vis Braid

    The new Spiderwire Stealth Glow Vis Braid that glows above the water so as to give high visibility and once under the water this line takes on a low visibility making it hard for the fish to see which in theory should increase your catch rate. If you enjoyed this presentation please take the time to hit the like button and share this video with a friend. Spiderwire 125-Yard Stealth Glow-Vis Braid Fishing Line, Glow Vis Green, 40/10 Spiderwire Stealth […]

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  • Fishmates -Fishing App

    Fishmates -Fishing App

    Here is a great fishing app to keep up with the latest gadgets from Fishmates. This app tells you the sunrise, sunset, moon rise, moon set, am and pm bite times, future days weather forecast so you can see whats happening next weekend, plus you get the latest fishing news and tips for your area and last but not least the fishing regulations for your area. Not a bad app to have on your phone? If you like this app […]

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  • Polycaprolactone

    Polycaprolactone

    Here is a great product that you maybe able to use to repair that fishing reel handle, knife handle or anything where a nylon plastic type material can be used. Polycaprolactone also known as InstaMorph, Friendly Plastic, Polymorph or Shapelock is a plastic type material when heated to 60 degrees celsius it becomes very supple and easily shaped. Please hit the like button and share this with a friend. PS.. Remember only fish on days ending with a ……y InstaMorph […]

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  • $1.7 Million Tuna

    $1.7 Million Tuna

    A Sushi Restaurant owner in Japan bid $3,600 US per pound for a bluefin tuna with an all up price tag of $1.7 million, I bet the fishing boat owner had his happy face on. Bluefin tuna is the name given to Pacific Blue tuna, Southern Bluefin tuna, Longtail tuna and Atlantic Bluefin tuna. Japan consumes about half the worlds annual catch. Bluefin tuna’s torpedo shape allows them to reach great speeds, dive to more than 4,000 feet and live […]

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  • Divers help entangled dolphin

    Divers help entangled dolphin

    During a night dive off Hawaii these professional divers noticed a dolphin with fishing line tangled around one of its flippers, they were able to remove the tangled fishing line giving the dolphin more freedom of movement but were unable to remove the hook. Isn’t great to see this interaction between humans and dolphins. Don’t forget to hit the like button and share this with a friend before you go fishing. PS… Remember only fish on days ending with a […]

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  • Osprey – The Ultimate Fisher

    Osprey – The Ultimate Fisher

    How would you like it if you had to dive from 30 to 150 feet to catch your fish. The Osprey don’t seem to mind and look at all those hooks, they can’t miss. Osprey also known as fish eagle, sea hawk or fish hawk are a magnificent site to see in action at any time and are found in most continents around the world. Take a look at this short clip and see them in action. Please hit the […]

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