Targeting Wahoo In The Panhandle Region With Capt. Pat Dineen

If you’re going to find wahoo on a regular basis during the summer months, you’re going to have to cover a lot of water. That’s how you find the floating objects that are holding fish when there’s not a lot of defined rips or current edges to work.

A Day In The Life of Jonny, Blackdog Cats

For Jonny, a life based around music and marine pursuits come together daily. From his work in design and supervising the workshop at Blackdog Cat boat builder, to his leisure time, which is spent on board his 17-foot boat on the waters surrounding Northland New Zealand’s Whangarei Heads – Jonny loves having his StereoActive as an accompaniment to his adventures.

Carolina Skiff Delivers Variety all in One Boat

Are you looking for a new boat for cruising? Comfortable seating and a smooth, dry ride should top your list of needs. Do you plan to load the boat with tackle and head out for a day with fishing buddies? Tackle storage and a wide-open deck for casting and playing fish is a must.

Rig your Carolina Skiff for Waterfowl Hunting

Versatility is one of the benefits of owning a Carolina Skiff. Some models are known as the pickup truck of skiffs. Others are three-in-one setups for fishing, utility work, and family cruising.

“X” Marks the Spot for Deer Hunting in Kansas: Welcome to Xtreme Hunts

If you are looking to dive into a quality deer hunting experience in the state of Kansas, Xtreme Hunts is the place to go. Trophy whitetail deer hunts is what this company is all about. Being established in 2011, the company first came to be in Kansas because of the massive amount of encouragement that Xtreme Hunts received from their clients in Illinois; they pleaded for a second state for outfitting whitetails. Because of their guests’ extreme excitement, Xtreme Hunts listened to their call and put together a quality whitetail deer hunting unit in Southeast Kansas covering Bourbon and Crawford Counties.

Decision-Making Hardest Part of Professional Tournament Fishing

Where do you start fishing? When do you leave for a new area? Which lure might work best? As a full-time bass tournament competitor, veteran Yamaha Pro Ish Monroe has to answer these questions every day of competition, so he tries to simplify the process as much as possible.

How Bassmaster Pro Edwin Evers Adjusts the Auto Settings on His Sonar

When it comes to electronics, a question I get asked a lot is, “How do you customize your fish finder settings at the beginning of a day on the water?” The short answer is, “I don’t.”

Book a Cajun Cast-and-Blast Trip for Exceptional Fishing, Hunting

If you hunt and fish the idea of combining the better of two worlds in one trip seems impossible. There is one place you can do both, and that is in a special corner of south Louisiana.

Hit the Wrecks and Rigs for Summertime Cobia

Cobia, ling or lemonfish. From the Gulf Coast of Texas far up the Atlantic Coast into the Carolinas, Rachycentron canadum is highly valued as a prized fighter and epicurean’s delight. Tasty and sporting, the fish is fun to catch, and summertime is a great time to land a trophy.

What to Bring on a Chartered Fishing Trip

You’ve booked a fishing trip with Home Run Charters & Lodge. With the most important detail checked off the list, what should you pack?