Tungsten weights have three major advantages over lead: (1) Environmentally friendly, (2) Greater density, (3) Better looking.
The Lucky Strike Basket Net and Firetiger finishes are part of the new offerings from Lucky Strike.
Mark Melnyk shows off his new line of Signature Series Sundog eyewear.
Mark Melnyk runs down the features of the Carrot Stix WILD BLACK line of fishing rods.
Bob Mahoney goes over the advancements done to the GL2 Series of fishing rods that won G.Loomis the Best Freshwater Rod award at ICAST 2011.
A detailed overview of the advancements made on the new Shimano Sustain FG spinning reel.
A closer look at the new Power-Pole control options that helped it win an award for the Best Boating Accessory at ICAST 2011.
Dan Cornell of the Boomerang Tool Company talks about the new and innovative set of retractable pliers introduced at this year's ICAST.
Dave Mercer models Mustang's new ACCEL100 Fishing Vest with it's cozy fleece collar and pockets, that are almost as soft as Charles' hair. With something this comfortable why wouldn't you wear it?
The folks at Temple Fork released the new GT series with enough variations that everyone can find a rod perfect for their favorite technique.
Imagine never having to fiddle with line snips or having to hunt down the end of the line on a spool or worry about line running off the spool. Shark Tooth is one simple tool available at ICAST that takes care of all these little jobs that fits on every spool and cuts every kind of line.
Clay Norris of Berkley talks about NanoFil, the winner of the Best of Show and Best Line awards at ICAST!
The Rage Series line of fishing rods is all the rage, and Rich Belanger of St. Croix explains what sets them apart from other rods.
New hooks and new sizes are available from Trokar at ICAST 2011
John Crews sings the praises of this new fluorocarbon line at ICAST 2010. Crews says the line is so clear that after he spooled his spinning reel he could still see the base of the spool! And at $20 for 200 yards it is a great price.
JP answers a new anglers questions about swivels. The main purpose for swivels is to prevent line twists and JP offers tips on picking the best type for your style of fishing.
Kelly Jordon talks about the Duckett Fishing Micro Magic Cranking Rod featuring Micro Guides that allows you to cast further and with more accuracy
Shaw Grigsby is at the WFN booth at iCAST talking about the new TroKar Tube TK190 hook and the benefits of its great hook set
Dave Mercer talks about the new features of the Shimano Stradic Ci4 that were revealed at iCAST 2010.
Introduced at the 2010 ICAST show, Owner has designed a Wacky Jig Head to use with their new soft bait - the wounded minnow.
JP answers a viewer's email question about the best knot to tie to join a fluorocarbon leader to a braided main line.
Dave Mercer visits the Getting School'd booth to talk about the benefits to using the Cumara rods for fishing the bottom of your favorite lake.
Mike Iaconelli tells us about Abu Garcia's newest spinning reel with nano technology that will make the reel stronger and lighter.
Bobby Lane likes to use Spiderwire's Ultracast Fluorocarbon line.
Shaw Grigsby tells you why the TroKar Swimbait TK140 is the hook for you.
I know this may sound very strange but my holiday gift Idea is for all of my grand kids to be healthyand to live a very long life. Ok aside from that my gift Ideas was also to my grandkids, we bought each one 4 new rods, all Quantum rods matched with Quantum reels, spooled with 14lp test berkley fluorocarbon line, along with varies types of lures and plastic lures. That was just for the grandkids
By LOY MILAM My first introduction to fly fishing (if you could truly characterize it as “fly fishing”) was in the late 1950s growing up in my hometown of Lubbock, Texas. By chance I stumbled upon an interesting package at the local Army Surplus store which read on the package “Survival Kit.” It
Sitting at my tying bench I was inspired to tie something a little different. I came across a spider pattern in one of my books and modified it so that it was easier to tie and was more fishable than the original. Take a curved scud hook (size 12) and place it in your vice. Take 6/0 white tying thread and dress your hook. Take some white deer hair (not bucktail) and tie it on top of