As an angler who fishes tournaments as an AM, or also known as a back boat angler, I find that it can be tough to plan out your day and how you think you will fish. With so many anglers that have so many different styles of fishing it can really make fishing a challenging, […]
Always eager to talk fishing, Dan Risorto shared some insight on both competitive and recreational fishing.
The WRVO is set up to be a great resource for tournament anglers and recreational anglers alike. Add the experience and influence Reno Viola has and you can be sure that WRVO is going to be the next big thing.
Easy in, easy out, that is the name of the game when you are flipping mats! Bill goes over the technical aspects of punching, from what to consider when selecting the right rod/reel set up, to how to properly rig your bait.
Not every one has a boat, but that does not mean you cant fish tournaments. There are many fishing clubs and events where you enter as a non boater and get drawn to a partner with a boat that provide great opportunities for a non boater. It gives you the opportunity to fish in different […]
Technology has brought many wonderful things to the angling world. With all of the benefit however, have come a number of issues that complicate the way we pursue fish. Technique specific rods, specialty lines, reels with various gear ratios, countless styles of hooks and sinkers…..where does it end? I thought we went fishing to […]
When my friend Dan from live2fish.com asked me to write an article about fishing, I didn’t know what to write about. I’m no pro, I don’t own a $60,000 Rig and fish professionally. I’m just your average weekend warrior like most fishing fanatics. I work a 40 hour job and it’s my first year as […]
From the Spring Fishing and Boat show when Peter Altomare looked at CCBA President Matt Pezzeta and said “I’m winning the championship event this year” he was determined to show the college scene what he was made of. With an impressive three fish bag weighing in at a 13.03 lbs, […]