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Expectations of Fall Ponds

Courtesy of PondBoss Finally! Fall has arrived! That’s my favorite season of the year. We’ve made it through the hottest summer, and nothing tops watching nature as it prepares for its annual winter rest. Or, is it respite? Learning about your ponds and lakes involves understanding how the seasons impact and affect what goes on under the [...]

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Stressed? Go Fishing

Many of us enjoy fishing as a pastime or even competitively. No matter how skilled – or unskilled – you are, fishing is a great way to unwind and spend time bonding with family or friends while enjoying the Great Outdoors. Beyond being enjoyable, fishing actually has numerous health and wellness benefits, particularly in terms of [...]

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Tips for Taking Fishing Pics

No matter whether you catch a giant northern pike while ice fishing, or a big largemouth bass during the heat of summer, it helps keep the memory alive for years to come if you have a few great photos. Need a little help behind your camera or smartphone? No problem — Fish Photography 101 is now [...]

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How to Catch a 10-Pound Bass

By Pete Robbins, and Joe Cermele, Field & Stream Magazine TEN.  Americans obsess over the number. We compile top 10 lists; you need 10 yards to get a first down; and in 1979, Bo Derek starred in a movie about physical perfection with the appropriate title 10. Only the Spinal Tap guys worried about turning it up [...]

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Fishing a Flutter Spoon in Summer

Pro angler Matt Arey of North Carolina has some specific things he does with his tackle setup that answers many questions about how to fish a flutter spoon. (Photo and article credit: Alan McGuckin - GrandView Outdoors) Team Toyota’s Matt Arey had just slapped 21 pounds of Guntersville bass on the scales to take the tournament [...]

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50 Best New Fishing Spots in America

By Mark Modoski, and Joe Cermele - Field & Stream Magazine Everything in fishing changes. On the minutest level, that change can be as simple as fish suddenly turning off of green-pumpkin worms after they’d been hammering them for hours, or a slow bite ­suddenly going bonkers before a storm. In the grander scheme, what can [...]

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Ways to Make Fish Grow

by Bob Lusk, The Pond Boss Thirty years ago, if someone wanted a pond on the farm, they simply called the local earthmover. He came out, pushed up some dirt as he dug a hole, they did a rain dance and…presto-chango…a pond. It ain’t like that anymore, folks. Today, ponds are planned, thought about and designed. Everything [...]

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How to Grow Big Fish in Your Pond

Pond and lake ownership provides plenty of opportunities for creating the fishing experience you want for yourself, family and friends. Many people who have ponds and lakes want to grow their own trophy fish to make fishing more memorable. By feeding your pond fish using the right technique, you can make every day at your [...]

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Building a Fish Feeding Program

By Bob Lusk, the Pond Boss Not long ago, feeding fish in your pond or lake was simple. Set up your fish feeder, head to the local feed store, buy whatever fish food they had, fill the feeder, set the timer and let it do what it does. Today’s world of pond management and fish growth doesn’t [...]

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