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Toadfish travel rod

Toadfish Stowaway Travel Spinning Rod Review

The Toadfish Stowaway Rod looks to be the best travel rod in your arsenal. To me, I’ve always had a travel rod that I’ve kept in the back of my car in case I came upon a fishing spot when I was least expecting it. The Toadfish travel spinning rod does just that and is perfect for the back of my SUV.
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Kayka fishing clothes

Kayak Fishing Clothes – A Guide On What To Wear

What to wear kayak fishing isn’t really on the top of my list when I’m planning a trip, but having the right gear to make sure you stay safe and comfortable can make or break your day on the water. The best part of shopping for kayak clothes is it means you’re going out fishing soon.
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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.
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TRAC Portable Aerator

Portable aerators are exactly what you need to keep bait alive. They provide water-flow and oxygen into your bait tank and help everything stay lively to attract more fish. Most portable aerators on the market are actually bubblers which provide oxygen in the water but don’t actually create flow. The cool thing about the Trac aerator is that it can provide flow or spray water across the surface.
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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.