Before sharing any further information, I would like to ask from the readers that they ever wondered if there could be an exclusive way out to their different kitchen issues related to storage or even wish that they did not have to waste much food simply throwing it away, will not it be only great? [Read more…]
Different fish have water temperature preferences. Water that is too warm or too cold may deter fish from feeding, which adversely affects fishing conditions. A chart providing easy reference to the temperature preferences of fish is presented.
Water temperature plays an integral part of any fish’s life, and can be the difference between hot and cold fishing. Turn up the heat by putting temperature to work for you.
The relationship between water temperature and fishing is a complicated topic and seems to puzzle me with every change of season. Once again, last December the questions were made evident when my son Eric and I fished with television angler Bill Dance on his home water, the Tennessee River below Pickwick Dam. [Read more…]
The Water Otter and the Kingfisher All Around are good examples of the latest in fishing equipment: the cataraft. The watercraft is an improvement over float tubes because it enables the angler a better view of the water and it has less drag and better maneuverability.
Dangling by the crotch in ice-cold water is not exactly my idea of paradise, so I’ve always had a lukewarm response to conventional float tubes. But like many anglers in the last twenty years who have witnessed the Float Tube Revolution, I’ve come to accept them as a fact of angling life.
Recently, however, an alternate idea in inflatable watercraft has been steadily gaining popularity–the cataraft. Unlike the traditional donut-shaped belly boat, the cataraft is made of two inflatable pontoons separated by a frame of aluminum or wood, where the fisherman sits on a mounted platform or seat. When the sole method of propulsion is fins, the rig is generally called a “kick-boat.” Add a pair of oars, however, and you have the more versatile cataraft. [Read more…]