Tag Archives: hard

NEW Rapala Weedless Shad

A totally unique body design combined with a wire-guarded VMC® single hook on the back creates the first truly weedless hard bait. A hard paddle tail gives the lure a wobbling, tail-kicking action with very low resistance. Swims effortlessly through weeds without snagging or picking up trash. When allowed to drop on a tight line, the lure swims slowly down, …

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Grundens USA Unveils Charcoal Fiber Axmar T-Shirt

Grundéns USA has introduced the new-for-2014 Axmar T-Shirt – a high-performance garment specially designed for hard-working fishermen and others who want to remain cool, comfortable and sweet-smelling – even while working hard on deck. This new shirt is tailored from a unique fabric blending polyester, bamboo charcoal fibers and Elastan. Bamboo charcoal fiber is created through a special process of …

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Humminbird’s Ice Offerings

We’ve been using Humminbirds for years on our boats so why wouldn’t we trust Humminbird with our hard water adventures? Whether you’re in the market for a new flasher or just wanting to convert your 1158c we now have more options than ever before. The “cheaper” option is to pick up an XI-9-20 transducer ($95) which will make your standard …

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Giants Of The Industry: Quaker Boy Game Calls

Quaker Boy makes our giants list not for the size of the company as much as for the number of innovations and the legendary status of the original owner and founder Dick Kirby. Dick along with his wife Beverly came up with the idea to start making turkey calls in 1974 and never looked back. Starting  the call making process …

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Otter Ice Shelters Offer Thermal Protection, Comfort

Gone are the days of anglers shivering away the hours in cold, uncomfortable portable ice shelters. Now, hard-core ice heads can pull lunkers through the ice in style and comfort, thanks to two best-in-class new product lines from OtterTM , makers of the toughest, strongest and smartest ice shelters on earth: the Pro XT1200 Full Thermal Shelter and XT650 Thermal-Top …

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Selecting an Auger for the 2014 Season

Ice fishing is just like every other type of fishing, you need to be prepared for everything because as soon as you become unprepared you become unable to catch fish. When it comes to ice fishing you really need just a few key products but there are so many variations of those key products that things can get condiluted and …

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Frogg Toggs Chilly Pad Review: Keeping Your Cool

It’s hot and getting hotter by the minute. These extreme flashes of heat has caused us to check out one of the niftiest things that works for anybody in the outdoors, the frogg toggs Chilly Pad. The Chilly Pad was designed to keep you cool in any climate during any activity. Using a unique evaporative cooling towel the Chilly Pad …

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Jobs for the Outdoorsman: Professional Angler

Originally Posted Jan 6, 2011 Perhaps the most coveted job pertaining to the outdoors is professional fishing. Professional anglers are people who have put in the time and effort to understand the aquatic ecosystem, they have also taken the time to learn how to use that same ecosystem to catch fish. It is this level of understanding that allows professional …

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Moving Forward in 2012

With the closing of 2011 comes another chapter to be written for 2012. We have already been hard at work signing deals and forging relationships to bring you more content that is relevant to your outdoor life. 2012 New Years Resolutions We are hoping to bring more content to the site than we have before, though with over 100 articles …

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Bassmaster To Ban Multi-Lure Presentations

Bassmaster announced today that they will be banning multi-lure presentations during Elite Series events and during the Bassmaster Classic events. The rule change will go into effect on February 1st, making it effective for this year’s Classic. It is no doubt that this rule change is coming out of Paul Elias using the Alabama rig to win an event back …

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