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Soft Baits or Hard Baits, Which are Better

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Ever wonder why some companies only make soft baits while others only make hard baits? Why some anglers swear on the plastic worms and others the crankbait? So did we, so we set out to find the reason why one is preferred over the other.
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5 Lures To Bring To The Back Country

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The backcountry is a great place to unwind, get away from it all, and gain a renewed appreciation for the unspoiled wilderness. It’s also a great way to catch some fish.

Backcountry lakes are rarely under much angling pressure, which allows them to grow some really healthy populations of fish. I spend the majority of my outdoors time in the rugged reaches of the Canadian Shield, which covers most of Quebec and Ontario and parts of Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

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Beer-Battered Trout

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If you're fisherman who takes home enough catch to feed your family or enjoy a good shore lunch here is a classic recipe for tasty beer battered trout. For this recipe we'll be reffering to a rainbow or brook trout that are about 1lb but feel free to substitute to whatever your catching.
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Why Simple Fishing Offers the Best Gift for Outdoorsy Dads!

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Finding great Father’s Day fishing gifts is not an easy task. After all, we all know how fussy our beloved angler can be with their fishing lures, and it seems like no matter what you buy, dad is never quite happy. So, what is the best fishing gift for fathers day?

That’s not a hard question for us to answer! Simple Fishings RLM Elite Trial Series is the perfect fishing gift for dad. He’ll receive a box full of the latest fishing lures along with contest cards and stickers every two months until compete (3 or 6 boxes). The lures we feature are from top name brands as well as up and coming companies. It really takes the guesswork out of picking fishing lures for dad.

Simple Fishing supplies hundreds of anglers across the US and Canada with their fishing tackle.

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Shore Fishing for Spring Walleye

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I am blessed to the live in the Kawartha's where the walleye are abundant so locating walleye from the shore isn’t to hard. I fish two types of water in the spring for walleye. The first type can be difficult and most anglers get discouraged with this method but as the saying goes, practise, practise, practise and once you think you have it practise some more. Once mastered I have found this first method to be quite successful.
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