Tag: fishing

Mad About Cobia

Mad About Cobia

For those who don’t know, Cobia is a popular, migratory game fish valued for its fight and its meat. Also known as “Sergeant fish”, “Crab Eater”, or “Lemonfish” they are found both inshore and nearshore, inhabiting inlets, bays, and among mangroves; are frequently seen around buoys, pilings, and wrecks. Cobia migrate from the Gulf of […]

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Tie Boss Review

Tie Boss Review

As hunters and fisherman, we are constantly tying down or hoisting ATV’s, coolers, kayaks, and other gear. Just visit any supply store and you will find anything and everything to use to do the job from ratcheting straps, cam buckles, bungees, and other new systems hitting the market. If you want one product that stand out […]

Posted in: Product Reviews
By 03/01/2015 Read More →

Ice Safety: Staying Dry to Stay Alive

With spring just around the corner, it seems strange to sit and write about ice safety.  Wouldn’t this be a better topic for December? Well, yeah, but in a lot of cases last ice can be more dangerous than first ice.  Indiana is right on the southern edge of ice fishing country.  Most years, the […]

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