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    it’s easy to feel like an apex predator stalking your prey. This makes it easy to forget that, depending on where you do your angling, there might be other predators lurking about. Nature is beautiful, but it can also be dangerous, so don’t put yourself in harm’s way if it can be avoided. From sharks and crocodiles to snakes and even a few less obvious critters, kayak angling can be hazardous if you are not prepared. To minimize the danger of harm to yourself and your kayak be sure to keep the following

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    question, "Is a successful day of fishing a product of luck or skill." You know, talk to many casual anglers or those that do not fish, and when you tell them of your angling successes, they often scoff and tell you how fishing is all luck. I will not deny there is a certain element of luck to all angling and even yes, tournament angling. I once heard that "A bad day of fishing is a whole lot better than a good day of work." Unfortunately, I will never know who said that because the person that did

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    The sport of fishing is also called angling, the sport of catching fish of freshwater or saltwater, is usually with rods, lines, and hooks. Just like hunting, fishing began for survival to provide food. Fishing as a sport however, is thought to be relic with various reasonings. An Egyptian angling from the 2000 BCE exhibits fishing figures with a rod, line, and nets. A Chinese from almost the 4th century BCE mentions fishing with a silk line, needle that is used for hooks, and rod made from bamboo

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    The Joys of Fishing

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    one of my favorite parts of angling. It's a rewarding feeling when I am able to convince a fish to bite on one of the techniques I have mastered. Although many people do not think of preparation for a fishing trip as very much fun, I consider it part of the fishing adventure. Preparing for the fishing trip is almost as much fun as sitting in the boat. Fishing is a hobby almost anyone can enjoy; all somebody needs is a fishing rod, some bait, and a license. Angling is an activity someone can enjoy

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    Expert Tips On The Best Way to Use Fishing Pliers One of the ubiquitous tools in the angling world is the Pliers. You will probably need a pair regardless of the type of fishing you do. Pliers make it easy for you to unhook a fish instead of using your fingers. You can use Pliers to flatten hook barbs, tighten hooks, grab lines, and cut fishing lines. This tool may even come in handy when you have an emergency such as when you accidentally impale yourself on a hook. Therefore, it is important to

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    The Sports of Fishing

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    The Sports of Fishing Fishing, or angling, is the sport of trying to catch fish with a rod, reel, line and baited hooks. The sport goes back thousands of years, and it appears that fishing techniques were already quite advanced at a very early date. In the Stone Age, hooks made of both bone and stone were used to catch fish, but spearing, a more primitive method, was probably just as common. An engraving from an ancient Egyptian tomb shows that all four methods of fishing-that is, with spears

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    Fishing is an activity where people go out and catch fish in dams, lakes, rivers, off the beach or out in the deep ocean. It is done by many people young and old, big or small and is enjoyed by all. There are many types of fishing out there such as angling, trapping, netting, spearing and as well as hand line fishing. All these types can be done recreationally for sport or pleasure or commercial purposes for a profit (Anonymous. 2010). When people fish recreationally some also do it as a sport where

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    The Importance Of Choosing The Right Fishing Line (855 Words) Although it is possible to paddle out in your kayak and catch a fish using just about any fishing line, some will yield much better results than others. Depending on what you are trying to catch, using the right fishing line for the job can turn the experience from a frustrating struggle to something a little more enjoyable. However, there are a couple of different types of fishing lines to choose from and all of them have their own pros

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    Skylake

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    Skylake I think I learned how to swim before I learned how to walk. My family and I moved to Miami, Florida from Long Island, New York when I had just turned 4 years old. According to my mother, it was just too cold for her up north. We moved into a comfortable home, the same house we now live in fifteen years later. The house is on a lake, along with about sixty-five other homes. My brothers say that when we first moved in, I used to go down to the lake and just sit and stare at it for hours

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    Fly Rod Research

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    The reason I chose this topic was because I wanted to learn something new and wanted to catch more fish. I had seen fly-fishers catch fish where I hadn't caught any fish the entire day. I already knew how to fish with a cast rod and wanted to learn something different. Prior Knowledge: I already knew that fly rods are a lot more complicated than cast rods. Fly rods have different lengths, weights, and actions. The rod also has to have the correct amount of drag. I also know that fly rods can be more

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