Fishing

Beat the Heat on the Water, Part One
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Beat the Heat on the Water, Part One
Heat stroke and dehydration are among the swiftest and sneakiest threats during hot days on the water, but you can still protect yourself with a little planning and preparation.
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Go Smaller on the Surface
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Go Smaller on the Surface
Anglers tend to switch to smaller jerkbaits and crankbaits when the action is slow, but doing so with topwater lures is a great idea, as well.
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Anatomy of a Hook
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Anatomy of a Hook
Fishing hooks typically consist of a common, straightforward design—an eye, shank, gap, point, and barb—but variations of these elements throughout the years have resulted in dozens of hook styles on the market.
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