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How to Build Your Own Survival Fishing Kit

Most people assume that the standard survival fishing kit includes ~25’ of fishing line, a couple of pellet weights, and a handful of assorted hooks. This is only a good start! There are many other small, lightweight options to add to your survival fishing kit to ensure that you will indeed be successful in catching […]

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How to Cook a Fish in the Wild

When it comes to the world of fishing, there are few things better than hooking a fish, knocking it out, cleaning it, and cooking it. By cooking the fish at the peak of freshness, you can get a delicate, tender taste unlike any other.Still, though, most people opt not to cook fish in the wild, […]

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Good Survival Fishing Kits 2018 Review

Joint efforts between devoted fisherman and savvy survivalists birthed the survival fishing kit, a small tin about the size of Sucrets (some are even made inside Sucrets tins). The theory is that when stuck in situations when you’re pole-less, bait-less and starvation hits you fiercely, you’ll have this tin that contains everything you need to […]

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Different Type of Flies for Fly Fishing

OK, you have your fly rod and reel ready to go for the weekend, paired perfectly with a great line and tippet, but what some consider the most important part of fly fishing is still lacking from your inventory. You need a great selection of flies to cast! However, with aisles full of potential tackle […]

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Different Types of Fishing Lures

Fishing is somewhat unique in that you can make it as simple or complex as you want. Realistically, you can have a great day on the water with a rod, some hooks, and a bucket of worms, but if you plan on filling a tackle box so you always have something available, it’s always a […]

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Different Types of Fishing Reels

Like any sport, gaining a fundamental understanding of all the different equipment can seem daunting. Fishing, in particular, can seem even more difficult to grasp, as there is so much different equipment available for all sorts of fishing. As you gain experience in the sport of fishing, you will start developing a hands-on approach to […]

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