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FISHING

Redfishing tips and tricks

Fripp Outdoors
Redfish are some of the best fish to catch.  Not only are they a blast to fight they taste great too.  They can be found all across the eastern seaboard but they are more prominent in the area between North Carolina and down to the Texas gulf coast. If you have never experienced catching these fish then you are truly missing out on an experience...
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Father's Day

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I have to thank my dad and grandfathers for my connection to the outdoors.  My earliest and fondest memories are from spending time with them on the water fishing.  They passed their love for fishing to me and I hope to continue that with my kids. From an early age, my dad exposed me to fishing.  We would travel as a family to the Outerbanks an...
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Fishing Down Rods for Striped Bass

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Warm summer temps and warm water force striped bass to cooler deep waters. If you take advantage of this period, you can put a lot of fish in the boat with little effort. In order to do that, you need a down rod set-up and a good school of fish. Striped Bass Striped bass, also known as striper or rockfish, have the unique ability to thrive in bo...
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Freezing Storage Techniques to keep your fish fresh

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Freezing Storage Techniques to keep your fish fresh While the weather is taking its time to warm up, it doesn’t mean you can’t get out there and catch some fish.  Spring will come soon enough, and if you are lucky enough to live in an area where it has been warm, hopefully, you have had some success fishing.  If you have caught a bunch of fish t...
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Crappie Fishing Pointers

Fripp Outdoors
Crappie Fishing Pointers Crappie are the fish that you can have success year round with.  They are active during all of the seasons, and once you get on them, you will be pulling them in one after another.  That is what crappie fishing so fun and addicting, its high paced action, and with a nice light rod, it can be a blast.  Also, crappie is a...
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Choosing the Right Rod/Reel Combo

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Choosing the Right Rod/Reel Combo There are very few purchases in the world that are more difficult than trying to find the right rod and reel combination.  Every fisherman wants to get the best bang for his buck, and the best quality, material. So it isn’t as easy as going to the store thumbing through some rods and reels and picking the best o...
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Tips for Your Trip to the Boat Landing

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Boat show season has come to a close creating a new generation of happy boat owners. For guys, you're happy, but your spouse may be doubting. For gals, you're keepers. The next step is getting the boat in and out of the water and not being the knuckleheads that clog up the landing. DON'T BE A YAHOOThere is nothing worse to experienced boaters th...
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Weather Warming means its time to bed fish

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While hunting season has come to an end, the next thing to look forward to is Turkey hunting and fishing.  If you are like me and live for deer and duck season, a good way to get through those post hunting season blues is to pick up the rod and reel and head out to the lake.  The weather is beginning to warm up, and the fish are becoming more ac...
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How to Catch Bass All Summer Long

Fripp & Folly Admin
Want to catch bass all summer long? Check out this article from our friends at Fix.com!Catching largemouth bass during summer months can be one of the most exciting fishing experiences anglers have all year. Warm water conditions increase a bass’s metabolism, which causes it to feed more often. Bass are also very predictable in warm [...]
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How to Choose the Right Fly Fishing Gear

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Weight The weight you need depends on the type of fishing you are looking to do and the species of fish. Fly rod weights go from 00 to 14 with 00 being the lightest. Light Line Weights (00-3) Light line weights are for species like panfish and trout. They can also be used for close-quarters fly-fishing in smaller areas. Ten to eleven [...]
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