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Fishing Waders Pro Product Update

Posted on July 10, 2019. Filed under: Bass Fishing, Fishing, fishing products, Fishing Waders Pro, Fly Fishing | Tags: , , , , , |

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Top 10 Free Bass Fishing Games. Sign-Up Today

Posted on May 28, 2015. Filed under: Bass Fishing | Tags: , , , |

Satisfy your craving to fish not only through the waters but with your home PC too! Do not fret if it’s not the fishing season or the weather is not good for fishing. You can experience the rush and fun of bass fishing anytime and in the comfort of your own home. Free Bass Fishing Games are available for you in the internet.

Here are The Top 10 Free Bass Fishing Games. They are free to download or play online, just make sure you check the system requirements included with the bass fishing games or software summary. Plug in and connect, here are some of the most exciting and realistic free bass fishing games for you.  Sign_Up Today For Our Free Newsletter And Get All 10 Top Bass Fishing Games For Free.  Click Here—->  FREE GAMES

1. Fishing Expert 4.0. Fishing Expert contains a database that queries your fishing conditions, and then provides you with one of over 400 proven fishing methods or patterns. It takes into account weather, time of year, types of water, wind conditions, spawning conditions, high/low pressure systems, and much more.

2. Pro Bass Fishing. Plunge yourself into a fishing adventure made more alive with splashing fish, jumping frogs, dancing water bugs, rippling water, bouncing rod tips and the biggest, hardest fighting bass fish that ever landed on a PC. The fishing adventures are endless as you choose the lake, the hot spot, the species, the tackle – even the weather, its your game and your rules.

3. Pro Fishing Well known to every avid fisherman as they are taking in big bucks for the products and accessories and now a game bearing their name. Drive fast on your bass boats and even air boats. Take the ultimate online bass fishing high with this free to try bass fishing game.

4. In-Fisherman Freshwater Trophies Get the big boys out of the boat and be the In-Fisherman. Take the day off virtually and be the big man in the lake. Bag that trophy fish then strive for more. This free bass fishing game provides the bass fishing high that the real thing offers.

5. Pro Bass Fishing Play and do fishing challenges with your friends and beat the popular on-line gaming portal, Game Spy Arcade. Enjoy the scenery of the northern and southern lakes. What’s up ahead will always be a surprise. Have that wonderful weekend get away with the boys anytime of the week and at the comfort of your own home.

6. A Sportsman’s Challenge. The Sim – City meets the backwoods yokel cousins. Your ultimate hunting and fishing destination is right in your fingertips. Take those big bucks and monster bass flourishing as you market your outdoor paradise. You have complete control and
power of everything you want in bass fishing all at the click of a mouse.

7. Championship Bass  This game provides computer anglers with small selection of lakes and rivers but have an extensive selection of lures and colors to choose from. Clean and simple play methods and not overly complicated. Good quality graphics with a huge amount of fun factor, something you can definitely expect from EA sports.

8. Trophy Bass 4. Dubbed as the mother of all PC Bass fishing games, this game sets the standard of playability and “fishability”. Trophy Bass 4 is a game that provided tons of fun and demonstrated classic control of any fishing game. It has a large library of fishing tips thus you will learn real life fishing while playing this exciting game.

9. Flysim Fly Fishing Game. these incredible game portrays real life physics that you can feel as you practice your fly casting. Practice fly casts at fish that demonstrate realistic behavior.

10. Trophy Bass 3D. This game came up after Trophy Bass 2. This game came up with new and improved 3D rendered game engines. You must be familiar with the game series and make up with the speed of these game. The rush of adrenaline is like a jolt and the experience is breathtaking. Strap on for the ride of a lifetime!

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Bass Fishing In Georgia

Posted on May 22, 2015. Filed under: Bass Fishing | Tags: , , , |

Bass Fishing has become one of the most popular sports in town. Almost everyone is talking about it you can’t resist not asking about it and trying it for yourself as well. It may be the promise of fun and excitement of bass fishing that keeps many people hooked on it. There are also countless television shows today that concentrate on bass fishing a lot that is why you can’t help learning more about it.

Learning about it is enjoyable and you can hire a guide to help you catch fish, as well as teach you about catching them, then later on you’re going to develop your own ideas and formulate theories on having the best fish. There’s a lot of bass clubs where you can join in and numerous fishing tournaments that you can try. Lots of money awaits you especially in joining prestigious tournaments where a big deal of money is at stake.

Several states are now “hooked” and “addicted” to bass fishing and Georgia is considered to be among the best in the world in terms of this newly-found sport. Catching a spotted bass (also called “spots”) which is about 4 pounds can already be considered to be a trophy since the average one weighs about only a pound, though spots of this kind is really that unusual in the deep waters of Georgia. Bass of this kind are often inhabiting deep and clear waters.

Spotted bass are strong fighters, and many anglers feel that spots are the most spirited black bass species. Although spotted bass do not grow as big as largemouths and are not as acrobatic as smallmouths, a good spotted bass on the end of the line gives you a fight to remember.

Lake Lanier would probably be the first thing that would come to mind when one speaks of Georgia spotted bass. In 1985, Lake Lanier was able to spot an 8 pounds, ½ ounce spotted bass. This has set a state-record in Georgia but continued to have contenders since then. Spotted bass are common in central and North Georgia in areas drained by the Coosa, Chattahoochee and Savannah River systems. But there are still some notable exceptions.

In addition to that, spots are currently making up about 25 percent of the black bass population in Lake Jackson, and their prevalence is increasing. The first spotted bass found in biologists’ shocking surveys didn’t show up until 1998, so their numbers have increased quite quickly. Spotted bass only average 9 or 10 inches in length in this site. Something like 15 percent of the spotted bass in the lake are more than 15 inches long.

At first glance, spotted bass are almost impossible to differentiate from largemouths. Spotted bass usually have a sandpaper-like tooth patch on the tongue, which the latter lack. Also, the rear of the jaw does not extend behind the eye as it does in largemouths, and lastly, the spiny and soft dorsal fins are connected with a shallow notch not reaching all the way to the body.

Largemouths weighs between ¾ pound and 1 pound, but about half the bass in the population are more than 15 inches long. While the real giants are less common than they once were, the population is well balanced and fish in a good range of sizes are well represented.

In Middle Georgia, Lake Jackson is well thought-out to be one of the oldest reservoirs. The lake is an outstanding trophy bass lake. Over the years, its waters have produced countless double-digit-weight largemouths, and the lake record stands at 14 pounds, 7 ounces. Lake Jackson lead away the waters of the Alcovy, South and Yellow rivers where they join at the head of the Ocmulgee River and is located about 45 miles southeast of Atlanta. It is no longer the trophy bass factory that it once was. Nevertheless, it remains a great place for finding good fishing for decent-sized largemouths, with a few spotted bass thrown in as a bonus. It also remains as one among the known lakes in the central part of the state, both because of its proximity to the Atlanta metropolitan area and because of its time-earned angling reputation.

In not more than 30 miles from Lake Jackson, there situated another lake known to be Oconee, which has also gained recognition and had become a favored destination of fishermen especially from the Atlanta area, and similarly serves up fast black bass action. Georgia has really a lot to offer when it comes to bass fishing so better check it out yourself if you want to experience the beauty and fascination of being involved with bass fishing.

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Boating Accessories

Posted on March 17, 2015. Filed under: Bass Fishing | Tags: , , , |

When you are looking for boating accessories, you may become overwhelmed at the amount of products that are available. Are you wondering just what kinds of boating accessories you really need? The truth is that answer is really up to you.

To begin with, you need to make sure that your boating accessories include all of the required equipment as outlined by the United States Coast Guard. Those boating accessories include:

* Fire extinguishers

* Life jackets for each person on board

* A sound device like a foghorn, a whistle, or a bell

*Adequate lighting for night boating and night fishing lights.   Kayak Rod Holder ULTIMATE KAYAK BAG

*Your boat registration is current.night fishing light

*You have the proper fishing license for the area and state you are fishing.

Check with the State Dept. Of Natural Resource for more information.

You will also want to have some type of two-way radio for communication with those on shore in the event that you become stranded. Now days a cellphone is recommended. While this is not a mandatory boating accessory, you really won’t want to be without this while in the middle of the water.

As far as other accessories for boating, the rest is your decision. How will you be using your boat? Fishing is the top recreation sport today, for using a boat. Some people think that an essential boating accessory is an on-board stereo. If you will be entertaining on your boat, this can be a great addition. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on a boat stereo, but you may find that the extra investment is well worth your enjoyment.

Recreational boating accessories can run the gamut from fishing products to nice sunglasses. Everything from rod reel combos, fishing lures, tackle boxes, fishing waders, wading shoes and boots to fishing line can be found on-line now days. It’s a great way to shop. You can plan ahead before you go on your fishing trip and have your fishing products shipped right to your front door. You will want to have an anchor as well.

If you will be traveling on large bodies of water, a boating accessory you may really need is a navigation system. Today, many GPS systems can be found relatively inexpensively and they can save your life should you become lost or mixed up while on the water.

If your boat has separate below-deck living quarters, you will want to outfit that with some cool boating accessories. Well, they’re not necessarily boating accessories specifically. What we’re talking about here is a coffee pot, a microwave, and maybe even a television with a DVD player. If you will be bringing your kids along, these devices could be life savers.

Boating accessories and fishing products can be found in many places. Your best deals will be found online. Shop around and outfit your boat so it reflects you and how you want to use your boat. Fishing Waders Pro carries a wide variety of boating, fishing and marine accessories. Then go enjoy.

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Bass Fishing in Central Florida

Posted on February 13, 2015. Filed under: Bass Fishing | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

When you go fishing in different places in the U. S. you will see many different types of lakes and rivers.

Each body of water has its own characteristics but they also have a lot
of things in common. And that is where the lakes and rivers in Central Florida are different.

It is known that Central Florida is famous for Bass Fishing. They have the best lakes in Florida
because they have the finest largemouth bass any other lakes could give. Bass Fishing in Central Florida is
world class throughout the year.

The reproduction of these fish occurs between December and April at which time the bass
will be at their heaviest. Eight to ten pound trophy class fish are possible on any given day, with a chance
at even a larger bass.

Also Central Florida is famous for the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes where the finest largemouth bass can be found. Central Florida
bass fishing is known world wide. Avid fishermen from all over the world take their vacations here in
order to see and catch their own world-class wall mounts.

Before you go fishing for bass in Central Florida, you have to first consider that bass fish have different
characteristics. And they are as follows.

Shallow water fish or literal zone fish. These bass fish live and survive in shallow water
near the shore line. Of course when there are fish in the shallow, there are also fish that live in deep
water. The last are the classes of gypsies. These bass fish live in deep-water home but they can also
survive near the shore.

You might be wondering where in Central Florida you can catch these bass fish. Here is a list of lakes where you can find the
finest and the best bass fishing in all of Central Florida.

Lake Tohopekaliga or the Lake Toho. Florida’s Trophy Largemouth fisheries are found on Lake Tohopekaliga or “Lake Toho”. It is
where the B.A.S.S is held. Lake Cypress and Lake Kissimmee. Try to visit these lakes. And you will never regret it.

The following are important guides for fishing bass in Central Florida. Before going fishing.

1. Be sure that the boats you are going to use are fully equipped with all U.S. Coast Guard safety equipment, a cell phone,a first aid kit for
emergency purposes. Be sure you have the proper fishing license. Make sure to check all of your fishing gear.
Make sure everything is in good condition. Replace anything that is not. And always put safety first.

2. It is a must to consider the weather condition. You should leave the water when a storm comes or if there is lightning in the area.

3. You should start to fish early in the morning or in the evening because bass are active during cooler temperatures.

4. Use artificial fishing lures or live bait to catch the bass. This is an effective technique because bass are not as aware when they are feeding.

5.Bring extra rods and reels. You might need them. If you are planning on doing any shore or wade fishing.
A good quality, affordable pair of waders and or wading boot should be purchased. Lots of accessories can be purchased.
A wade fishing belt, to hold your tackle and keep it dry.

But if you feel like you want a guide services to help you, you can just search for them on the internet. They charge you a
certain amount. But it is an expense I am sure will be worth it. You will like the pleasure that bass fishing will give you.

As a reminder do not forget to bring with you your sunglasses and sunscreen because it does get hot out there.

Make sure you have your camera so, you can take pictures to save those memories. Because
you will definitely want to share them when you get home.

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