Forestville, WI – While fishing season is about to begin across North America, it’s time to mark an important fishing date on all calendars. The National Professional Anglers Association 2017 annual conference, the event that will kick off next season, is slated for Jan. 6-8, 2017 at Chula Vista Resort and Water Park in Wisconsin Dells. Association Executive Director Pat Neu said, “The 2017 conference is now being crafted to work with members about how best to make an income…

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    MN Fishing Challenge Host Al Lindner knows catching fish during a tournament is important.  He also knows that participants in the annual MN Fishing Challenge, June 4, are fishing to save lives. “This is a fun event; contestants catch fish on Gull Lake near Brainerd while raising funds for people facing alcohol and drug addictions,” Lindner said, “I know we can make a difference for boys, girls, men, women, and their families by raising funds for MN Adult…

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                  Plano, IL (March 11, 2016) – Whoever coined the phrase, “less is more” was probably ashamed of his undersized and underperforming tackle bag. Less storage capacity? No thanks. Fewer features? Um… no. Less functionality? Okay, as long as it’s your bag, not mine. New for 2016, Plano is proud to introduce a newly designed family of tackle bags offering more high-capacity storage than ever before. Meet the all-new M-Series, which includes…

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            Now is a great time to prepare for a long season of fishing, sailing, diving, and even paddle boarding with tips from our experts. Check our list of webinars and register today to learn more about using the right baits, getting the most out of your electronics, sailing like a pro, and more. Be sure to visit for updates and more upcoming webinars.   March 14:  8 PM EST / 01:00 CET “Catching…

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