Mountain Trout Fishing in Western North Carolina

December 9, 2019 Gintulis 0

When you mention fishing in North Carolina, people think ocean. And while it’s true our 300 miles of Atlantic coastline offers some great fishing, look west for your next fishing trip. In the mountains of Western North Carolina, more than 3,000 miles of streams, rivers and lakes are open to the public for trout fishing. Thanks…

Sand Trout fishing, use cut bait fish.

December 8, 2019 Gintulis 0

The Sand Trout is one of the brackish water southern estuaries most common residents.  They are the smallest member of the trout family which include the Spotted Seatrout, the Silver Seatrout, and the Weakfish.  Sand Trout have tan to a yellowish upper body fading to white…

Topwater Tactics

December 7, 2019 Gintulis 0

From the New England states to the Amazon River Basin to Bill Dance’s backyard, American anglers are throwing top-water lures. If you’ve ever had a 21 -inch speckled trout slam a top water lure three feet from your rod tip, you know it will startle you.   A speckled trout may not sound like a…

Salmon Fishing Tips To Get a Bigger Catch

December 6, 2019 Gintulis 0

We know that you love salmon fishing. Whenever you get time off from work or just need to get away from it all and recharge, salmon fishing is your outlet. You can’t wait to get your gear, hop into your boat and take off into the open, clear water. Fishing for salmon is a popular…

Trout Trolling for Dummies – Fishing World

December 5, 2019 Gintulis 0

Basic Lure FishingTrout trolling can be a bit like rocket science with downriggers, side planers and lead lines, but BUSHY likes to keep it simple. If you know how, it is possible to succeed with some old fashioned flat line trolling.THERE’S something I really like about simply dragging a couple of lures behind a boat…

Saltwater Types of Live Bait & Natural Baits

December 5, 2019 Gintulis 0

Bloodworms have a pinkish color as their pale skin allows their red body fluids to show through.  They can be found on the bottoms of shallow marine waters.  Bloodworms are poor swimmers, but they are very good at burrowing into the sand and silt bottoms. Bloodworms work well for bluefish, sea trout, striped bass, whiting, flounder, porgy and others. Clam worms, often…

Tips for Fishing Croaker and Piggie Perch

December 4, 2019 Gintulis 0

Here are some bait fishing tips that just don’t seem to get through to most people. If fishing with Croaker, you have to “read the bait”. Read It Overall Read the quality of the overall bait in your tank and then read each bait individually. Grab a couple of handfuls of the baits and look…

musky, pike, lake trout, largemouth bass, custom fishing baits

December 2, 2019 Gintulis 0

Introducing the Big Buddy…big brother to the Little Buddy but bigger and badder…you gotta check these out!!! We Build Tough Baits! We build custom, hand made baits for big toothy fish. Here is what you get. WOOD – We use the finest, knot less Western Red  Cedar or Eastern White Cedar.…