There are so many “Ladies, Lets Go Fishing events!” You’re sure to find at least one you will want to attend.
Follow these winter fishing tips and help to ensure that future generations have the same opportunities to create year-round fishing memories.
Get yourself ready for the next fishing season by learning the ins and outs of jig fishing for bass in this informative article from FIX.com.
Read through these simple tips from TakeMeFishing.org, on how to catch trout through the changing seasons, and you’ll be well on your way to catching your first rainbow, brown or brook trout.
You’ve heard about Explore Bowhunting’s continued success, now learn about a new program, Explore Bowfishing.
Join other outdoorsy women for an awesome experience learning and playing in the snow!
Check out this list of practical holiday fishing gift ideas for the special anglers on your list from TakeMeFishing.com.
Meet Marlene Rodarte and Ashlie Peterson, fisheries biologists from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Southwestern Native Aquatic Resources and Recovery Center – Fish Heath Lab.
TakeMeFishing.org has come to the rescue for those that need gift ideas for the angler in their life.
Marjorie Paulson gets some tips from Barb Carey about ice fishing in her column, sponsored by XTRATUF.
Find out more about donating this #GivingTuesday to the Trailblazer Adventure Program and help children experience the outdoors.
This week’s featured blogger, Ashley Rae, tells us all about her love of walleye in her blog, “She Loves to Fish.”
If you’re looking for something to do outdoors with your family during the winter months, read more about ice fishing … from TakeMeFishing.org.
Have a boater on your holiday gift list? Look no further. The organization that makes boating better, Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS), has 3 holiday gift ideas.
This week’s guest on the “Great Wild Radio” is author and angler K.J. Houtman.
Meet our coloring girl Hollis Lumpkin — a paddle boarding, duck-hunting freak who loves the Lowcountry of South Carolina. Hollis writes “The Bright Side of the Road,” sponsored by Vista Outdoor.
Learn how to tie the first type of knot that you will need when preparing for a day of fishing.
Katherine Grand quickly learned that the only way to take good fish pictures is to set the camera on rapid fire. She often catches the epic unplanned-fish-release-photo.
This week’s guest on the “Great Wild Radio” is tournament bass angler Samantha Sukucak.
This week’s featured blogger, Ashley Rae, tells us about her trip “Exploring the Grand River!”, in her blog, “She Loves to Fish.”