The Humminbird Fishin Buddy 140C Color Fish Finder Tips

The Humminbird Fishin’ Buddy 140C Fish Finder is a portable, color fish finder with Downlooking and SideFinder Sonar capabilities. The Downlooking sonar sends sound waves from the bottom of the transducer into the water that is directly below the transducer. The SideFinder sonar projects sound waves from the flat side of the transducer housing at…

Finding the Right Fly

I am sorta new to flyfishing streams. I might not know everything about stream fishing, but I know how to get a few fish every time I’m out. Here are some of the things I do to get on the fish. I always knew that you needed to find what the trout are feeding on.…

What About Fly Fishing Knots

One thing that will lose you a lot of fish is poorly tied knots. The last thing you need, when you eventually catch that big trophy fish, is to watch it swim away with your fly in its mouth, and maybe the tippet and leader trailing along as well. Properly tied fly fishing knots are…

Northern Pike on the Fly

Monday, October 9th 2006 was a day to remember, but it didn’t just happen, it took hours of lake research, knowledge of the habits and behaviors of Northern Pike and the patience to stick with it, even with a stiff wind in my face. In order to catch large Northern Pike, you first need to…

A Few Tips on Winter Trout

Here are a few things to keep in mind as you head out this winter season and hit some area streams for the winter season. Gear Most any type of fly rod will suffice, but I prefer a longer rod (8.5-9 feet in length) with anywhere between 2-5 weight line. The longer rod allows for…