Posts Tagged ‘Fishing’

The Best Fishing Spots Near Stanley, Idaho

Monday, September 4th, 2017

Situated 130-plus miles from Boise, the small Idaho town of Stanley epitomizes rural northwest America. Located along the Salmon River at the foot of the picturesque Sawtooth Mountains, Stanley has become a popular destination due to its many world-class fishing areas that have long been raved about both by locals and visitors.
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Charter Fishing in St. George Island, Florida

Monday, January 16th, 2017

sgijourneysIf you love fishing, St. George Island should be your next vacation destination. Nestled between Apalachicola Bay and The Gulf of Mexico, St. George Island is home to over 100 species of fish. St. George’s local fishing guides know all about what’s biting and where during your stay, from snapper to sharks. Here are some of the best places for an unforgettable charter fishing experience.

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Where to Fish on Hilton Head Island

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

fishing-charters-hilton-head-island-water-activitiesHilton Head Island, South Carolina is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the United States. It’s not hard to see why. The resort town offers beautiful beaches and countless activities for visitors, from shopping to golfing. Thanks to the diversity of marine life in the waters, fishing is an unforgettable experience at Hilton Head Island. Continue reading “Where to Fish on Hilton Head Island” »

Tips for First Time Fishers: Guide to Your First Purchases

Monday, April 18th, 2016

Cree-Lake-Lodge-Sunset-with-people-fishingFishing can be a terrific hobby, but if you’ve never fished before, it can seem a bit daunting. You don’t have to start with expensive equipment. Beginners can start with a rod, fishing line and a few accessories. Your new hobby doesn’t have to be expensive.

Starter Gear

Rod and Reel
For a beginning fisher, you’ll need to purchase a rod and reel. You can purchase one at a local department store, bait shop or a sports store. They can range in price from a little over $10 to $30. You don’t need to pay an excessive amount of money for the first rod and reel. At this point, you shouldn’t worry about the kind of rod. There are choices between cane, graphite and fiberglass, but for a starter rod, you can choose one that feels comfortable for an affordable price.

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