River Trout Tips & techniques

February 17, 2020 Gintulis 0

The tips below are actually good for any species of trout. The only main difference is the migration of trout in Northern Ontario streams is different than trout in a mountain stream or trout that run up rivers from the Great Lakes or the ocean. Tips compliments of Brook Trout Heaven Brook Trout Migration: Brook…

Baits for Catching Fish in Galveston Bay

February 16, 2020 Gintulis 0

By Capt. Joe Kent One of the most frequently asked questions is: “What bait should I use?” The answer to that question is not easy, as the best baits vary from season to season and the experience level of the angler in using a particular bait comes into play. For instance, a newcomer to fishing…

Advanced Level Trolling Tips For Trout And Landlocked Salmon

February 15, 2020 Gintulis 0

An angler that has a basic grasp of trolling tactics both with and without downriggers will catch plenty of trout and salmon throughout the course of the season, yet there are advanced tactics and tricks that can help elevate your success rate to a whole new level, sometimes! Many new trollers don’t realize that more…

Rapala Fishing Lures – TackleDirect

February 14, 2020 Gintulis 0

Stay Connected Sign up for exclusive sales and offers Be the first to know about product news, exclusive sales and events. Latest News & Articles WEST COAST YELLOWTAIL, YELLOWFIN, AND BLUEFIN FISHING REPORT Tue, 5 Nov. 2019 Spirits were high, as the yellowfin counts earlier in the week were “limit style”. Last weekend had an…

Fly Fishing for Trout – The Three Main Types of Flies

February 13, 2020 Gintulis 0

You probably can’t do much fly fishing without the fly. But which one do you choose? When learning how to fly fish, that question is one of the tough ones, but to help you determine just what to tie on the end of your line, we’ll discuss the three main fly types for trout: the…

Fishing with Lures for Dummies – Guideline For Beginners

February 12, 2020 Gintulis 0

Lures have always been an effective fishing tool for most anglers since centuries ago. They are convincing and could attract a lot of fish. Undeniably, however, using a lure requires skills. But it’s a skill you can easily learn as long as you know how to choose the right lure, the techniques in fishing with…

Kokanee Fishing 101 – Learn the basics of Kokanee fishing.

February 11, 2020 Gintulis 0

Over the past 10 years a huge “Kokanee Craze” has been ignited within the angling community throughout the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia Regions. Kokanee are second only to Rainbow Trout as the most popular game fish in British Columbia! But really, what’s there not to like!? They’re plentiful, fun to catch and they taste…

The Best Trout Lures of All Time: Spoons – Angler Resources

February 10, 2020 Gintulis 0

Fishing lure spoons are much different than your dinner utensils. Like spinners and hard baits, they come in a huge variety of styles, colors, and sizes. A spoon is a cut or stamped piece of metal, many having a shape similar to your cereal spoon, but many others having altered designs to achieve different purposes.…

How to fish for Cutthroat trout

February 9, 2020 Gintulis 0

How to fish for Cutthroat Trout The habitat range of Cutthroat Trout spans from Northern California to southern Alaska. In freshwater, they live in clear, cool water in coastal streams, pools and tributaries of small rivers. In the ocean, cutthroat feed and shelter in…

L.E.D. lighted fishing lures – Yodave Products

February 8, 2020 Gintulis 0

Why are fish attracted to light?Attract More Fish with L.E.D. Electronic Lures Lighthouse lures use L.E.D. lights embedded in the lure to attract more fish. The light act as beacon for the fish and causes them to strike. The lights in the lures can last as long as 200 hours submerged in the water. Our…