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Items That Enhance Your Camping & Fishing Trip

Posted by Guest On July - 11 - 2013

The Perfect Camping TripWith the summer season in full swing, many people are looking forward to vacations specially my son because I am going to take him to Kids Corner, throughout the UK and Europe, the warm summer months are the perfect time to get outside and enjoy wilderness destinations during a weekend away or a full summer vacation. Scamp Trailers manufactures lightweight fiberglass campers that are towed easily by a car, specifically, for those travelers will be looking for places to go camping in the next few months. I have been in many situations where a tent or shelter could not be set up quickly. Rain and fatigue has caused me to settle for less then homey conditions while I have been out in the backcountry. There is a solution to this problem that is easy to carry, only requires rope, a tarp made our of a tarpaulin material and tent stakes. This solution is not magic and is not one you will find in a camping store. Instead, it is one created through human ingenuity and survival. It is the survival tent.

Finding a great Read the rest of this entry »

Fishing on Holiday? LRF, the Perfect Travel Companion

Posted by Editor On May - 30 - 2012

LRF Lizard FishFishing on holiday just got a whole lot easier for me.

Just to clarify, we're not talking about 'Fishing Holidays' here, with intense angling itineraries and perhaps lavish tackle purchases for taking-on the highly targeted game fish of your choice - we're talking average family holidays abroad, we just recently discovered the tampa bay fl fishing charters and let me just say that our fishing trips will be much more fun from now on. The invention of the fish finder is certainly a technological blessing for all anglers, giving us the ability to quickly and accurately locate the target fish, catch more fish, and turns the overall fishing experience into an enjoyable one.To help you in researching for the best fish locator options, here we have reviewed the best models available and make our top 10 choices.  Here you will get the best fish finder reviews, do visit.

A great way to ensure you have a great time is to hire a guide. Usually a guide will be very familiarized with the area. This includes the types of fish that are there as well as the type of lures to use. Clearwater River Sturgeon fishing guides is a good example of this. They go above and beyond, teaching as much as they can along the way. You'll be able to catch lots of fish and gain experience. It works great when you go with the whole family and not everyone is very well versed in fishing. Having a good guide can make all the difference.

I'm sure we share the same dilemmas every holiday. You're an avid fisherman. You love fishing. You love fish. And consequently you always try to book a holiday near the coast in the hope you'll find time to flex the Read the rest of this entry »

Decoy Pluggin Single Hooks

Posted by Editor On April - 13 - 2012

Decoy Pluggin SinglesIt's that time of year again when you have been hired after filling job applications for your dreamed job . You can feel the first warmth in the sunshine, there's buds on the trees and the birds are singing. As a lure angler you're starting to think 'Bass'.

If like me, you haven't already set yourself up for the coming season, now's the time to make sure all your favourite lures are ready to go, the moment the fish are in. For hard bodied lures (plugs) that usually means checking all the hardware for signs of corrosion, bluntness or weakness. While I normally replace any iffy trebles with the excellent Daiichi Bleeding Bait treble hooks, at the end of last summer I started to play around with single hooks on some of my lures. After reading conflicting views on various fishing forums Read the rest of this entry »

Art of Fishing Plymouth – LRF Nirvana

Posted by Editor On March - 27 - 2012

Art of Fishing FlyerThis past weekend saw us travel over 150 miles to visit a tackle shop in Plymouth. Why? Because this was the grand opening of a special kind of store. One that gives us a rare glimpse of what tackle shops should be like. One for the modern angler.

Granted, the new Art of Fishing shop in Plymouth is specialist. It only sells tackle to lure fishermen and women. But Ben Field, the owner, has made a tremendous effort in sourcing a fantastic range of lure fishing equipment from around the globe and making it accessible to UK anglers. Exclusive spinning reels from Japan. Lure rods from France. Soft plastics from Read the rest of this entry »

New Daiwa Infinity Q Custom

Posted by Editor On March - 15 - 2012

Daiwa Infinity Q 3000 CustomWe're most definitely fans of Daiwa's Infinity Q models - a European variation of the original Certate - but it came as quite a shock to discover that the model had resurfaced again in 2012.

From the picture acquired from a German website, it is clear that the new Daiwa Infinity Q Custom is built upon the pre-2010 Certate chassis. As such it doesn't feature Mag Seal, but it does feature a load of Daiwa's greatest innovations, including; Real Four, Digigear II, Hardbody-Z, ABS spool, Airbail and Twistbuster II. Despite not being the absolute latest carnation, fear not, this is a top grade spinning reel and one of the Daiwa reels that is made in Japan. I fish with two original Infinity Q reels alongside a Certate and they compete admirably.

There are two visible differences that I can make out. The rotor Read the rest of this entry »

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