Are you freakin’ kiddin’ me?! After the latest upload of winning and placing patterns to the FishingGold.com database, you can now search 2,010 patterns on 200 water bodies! Two…thousand…plus…patterns. That’s pretty dang outstanding, ain’t it!
With all the hue and cry about Asian carp and a few stories in the news recently about zebra mussels contributing to bird dieoffs in the Great Lakes, it’s probably not PC to talk about how “invasive species” can actually improve things here and there. Like: How about the improved water clarity and smallie fishing [...]
Due to the mind-numbing, puke-causing, overwhelming coverage of the elections yesterday, you may not have heard that voters in Tennessee, Arkansas and South Carolina overwhelmingly approved amendments to protect hunting and fishing as constitutional rights – except in Arizona. In Tennessee, 90 percent of voters supported the amendment, while similar measures received 89 and 82 [...]
…not without Iron Man’s undies, anyway. A guy recently caught a Pacu there, which is a South American fish related to the piranha that can get to be 36″ long. The one just caught was a 5-pounder, about 20 inches long. They’re sold in pet stores as “vegetarian piranhas,” but that doesn’t mean anything.