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Abu Virtual Combo

Anglers looking for a way to take their fishing to the next level have been spending this season putting the Abu Garcia Virtual rods to the test. These innovative rods have given anglers the ability to plan, record and improve their fishing success by gathering real-time fishing data like waypoints and catch records with the push of button, linking the rods to the ANGLR™ app via Bluetooth-enabled cell phones. Now, Abu Garcia is making it even easier for anglers to…

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High school bass anglers win big via on-the-water screen time Kids today have been brought up in the screen generation. It’s a big reason so many young anglers have such a natural affinity for an underwater camera. A depthfinder can only show you so much, but put an Aqua-Vu in front of a kid and watch them light up. It’s pure excitement, but it’s also a great way to help these future anglers learn fish behaviors and how they react…

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After decades of trying to clean up the California swordfish fishery, it remains one of the most antiquated fisheries in the country.  Unfortunately, time is running out for the U.S. House of Representatives to pass the Driftnet Modernization & Bycatch Reduction Act.  In late July, the U.S. Senate passed their version of the Driftnet Modernization & Bycatch Reduction Act, and now the U.S. House of Representatives has the opportunity to end this wasteful, and outdated fishing practice. Currently, federal waters…

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  A Tribute to Tommy Skarlis by Thomas Allen, Digital Content Manager In-Fisherman On the evening of September 16th, 2020, Tommy Skarlis age 55, of Waukon, Iowa, lost his battle with cancer at his home with family by his side. One month shy of their 21st wedding anniversary, he leaves behind his beloved wife Michelle and their two sons Nick (14) and Jake (16). But losing was never Tommy’s way. Some battles aren’t meant to be won, but that doesn’t…

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Penn Slow Pitch Rods

Popularized in Japan, slow pitch jigging continues to gain traction as a go-to technique for saltwater anglers in the United States on both the Pacific and Atlantic coasts. The slow pitch jigging technique is employed by anglers in search of grouper, amberjack, tuna and many other species when the fish aren’t actively feeding. By using smaller tackle and small, precise movements, anglers are imitating a wounded and dying baitfish — something even the most discerning fish can’t resist. “The PENN® Slow…

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