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How to Catch Redfish 620 350 BassGrab

How to Catch Redfish

How do you catch redfish? First of all, you need to understand them. Redfish are fundamentally lazy fish that use their sense of smell to eat as much as they possibly can. Combine that with the fact that they are a strong fish that can make excellent runs when hooked and you have one of the top game fish targeted by anglers.

Top Travel Fishing Rods 620 348 BassGrab

Top Travel Fishing Rods

Everyone would pick a one piece rod if they had the choice, but more often that not that just isn’t possible especially when you’re travelling to your fishing destination – thinks airplanes, hikes through the woods, and compact car travel. Here are some of the best travel rods you can get that do a pretty dang good job!

Best Inshore Spinning Rods 620 350 BassGrab

Best Inshore Spinning Rods

Inshore fishing is hands down one of the most exciting and simple types of fishing, which is why I love it so much. There is a thrill with never knowing what will take your bait – will it be a small pup red or a monster tarpon that will spool you in seconds? For inshore fishing you can cover almost everything with a single rod.

Best Fishing Kayaks 2020 620 350 BassGrab

Best Fishing Kayaks 2020

There is no one size fits all for fishing kayaks, mainly because everyone differs in where they fish and their personal kayak preferences, be it stability, speed, tracking, or weight. I’ll try to highlight the best use for each of the kayaks on our list to steer you in the right direction so you can get the most out of your time on the water. These are the best fishing kayaks of 2017.

How to Keep Shrimp Alive 620 350 BassGrab

How to Keep Shrimp Alive

It is a bit ironic that we try so hard to preserve shrimp and make them happy with the end goal being to thread a hook through their head and wait for them to get crushed by a fish. But ultimately what we as anglers want are some big fish, and shrimp are the most effectively consistent live bait for fish. So here are tips to keep your shrimp alive and kicking as long as possible.