Black Lake abounds in prime fish habitat including massive bays, expansive weedbeds, island drop-offs, midlake shoals, rocky points and rocky shorelines. Healthy populations of largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, bluegill, yellow perch, crappie, northern pike and walleye inhabit these fish-holding areas, and anglers who are "in the know" about seasonal fish location experience fish-filled outings. Click here for more.
There is no fish so proud that it won't give in to the wriggling temptation of a sultry nightcrawler. Click here for more.
The fishing reel: Its history and tips on selecting one. Click here for more.
How many times have you taken out your tackle after being stored all winter and regretted that you did not take the time to properly clean and store your tackle? Click here for more.
DEEP CYCLE vs AUTOMOTIVE - Deep cycle batteries are used to power fish finders and trolling motors on a boat and radios or lights in an RV/camper and are designed differently than the battery you use to start your car. Click here for more.
Knowing how to tie a few basic knots is essential to a boater's security. The art of knot tying is known as "Marlinspike." Good sailors take pride in their ability to chose and tie knots. Click here for more.
When you take away days you have to work, days when the temperatures are way too hot or way too cold, days you have to attend weddings, funerals, birthday parties, family vacations, family reunions, business meetings, days when you're a bit under the weather, and that big block of time known as winter - what you have left is the fishing season. Click here for more.
A Glossary of Fishing Terminology Click here for more.
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