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Add some crankbaits to your tacklebox and watch the bites roll in. Just about every predator fish in a lake will bite a crankbait.
Stretching about 50 miles from the mouth of the St. Lawrence River, the Thousand Islands has long held a mystique that truly lives up to the hype.
The best fishing opportunities await from the elevated positions.
Spot a bunch of these tasty gems on Florida’s Gulf Coast grass flats and you can look forward to a delicious dinner.
Awash with that pleasantly detached island vibe, yet close enough to mainland Florida for easy travel and provisioning, the destination known as the Village of Islands presents a bounty of terrestrial and waterborne delights.
If you put in the time to make the right choice, a charter fishing trip can be one of the best ways to enjoy the sport.
Seclusion, stealth and a front-row seat to shallow-water angling action — that’s a pretty convincing argument for coastal wade fishing.