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Underwater Green Fishing Lights -

An underwater green light for fishing can be a fisherman's secret sauce in finding new ways to attract fish. Whether you're looking for an underwater green dock light to fish at the house, a submersible fishing light or even green LED fishing light to mount to your boat, we're here to discuss the positive and negative attributes you must evaluate prior to purchasing. 1.) WHAT EXACTLY ARE THE FISH ATTRACTED TO? When we take it down to the basics, the fisherman is looking to feed on a legal game fish species, which is looking to feed on smaller fish, which are...

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Fish Gig, Fish Gigging Boat, Fish Gigging Equipment, Fish Gigging Setup, Freshwater Fish Gigging -

Fish gigging is an age old tradition that is slowly growing in popularity as outdoorsman look for more adventurous hobbies to take part in. Fish gigging is most popular in the Ozarks: Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, and Oklahoma. A typical night out on the water consists of crisp cool air, bright gigging lights, sharp multi-pronged gigs, and (on a good night) a bunch of fish swimming under the lights. The most common fish that are targeted for gigging include suckers, carp, bowfin, gar, catfish (in certain states), and other non-game fish as noted in your local fish and game manual.  Standard Fish...

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Fishing -

This holiday's celebration has grown to even be a free fishing day for many states. All states have a free fishing day every year, but only five of them choose 4th of July as their free fishing day. "Free Fishing Day" refers to days that anglers can go fishing on public bodies of water without a license. See your state's free fishing day below!

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Fish Gigging -

One of the most common-known methods of gigging in the South is gigging for flounder, frogs, or drum. We have done many blogs on saltwater gigging in the South but haven’t had the opportunity to touch on one of the most fun past-times with over 200 years of history: freshwater fish gigging.

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