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Survival Fishing

People often think of cataclysmic events when they prep, but approximately 3.5 million people experience homelessness in the US every year.  Most homelessness is invisible, they dress like normal people and surprisingly many have jobs.  These are also survival scenarios, that if you are living paycheck-to-paycheck, could happen to you.  But you don’t have to be homeless to benefit from fishing, it could …

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Survival Fishing Workshop

We are organizing a survival fishing workshop, to be held on Saturday, March 5th, 2016 at Tomoka State Park in Ormond Beach, FL. The event will start at 10 am and it is FREE. If you are interested in participating, please register by filling out the form and at the end of the post. This will be an introductory hands-on workshop on …

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Fishing With Big Mike

Mike Way is a native from Syracuse New York. His daily grind is at UPS, where he has worked for the last 11 years as a loader. His passion for fishing began as young boy, when his father and grandfather would take him on fishing trips at Green Lake. He still remembers, when his first grade teacher thought he had chicken pox, because …

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Carp and Bluegill with the Yoyito

Nate is a native from Yuma Arizona, a beautiful city that has a special place in the American history of the wild west. He works at a call center during the week, but on weekends, you can find him at the Gila Gravity canal targeting carp, channel cat and flatheads.  An avid fisherman and adventurer at heart, regularly experimenting with …

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Big flathead catfish on a yoyo

Here we have the very awesome Captain Jaime Hughes from Breakline Charters on the Susquehanna River going after big flathead catfish with a Cuban yoyo.  Here is the video description in her own words:   “My first flathead on a Cuban Yo Yo. ALSO, I was too excited in the video to say it, but also my biggest personal flathead …