WEEKLY NEWSLETTER: 9-27-20

It’s Newsletter time!

Do you know the strongest way to tie the non-slip loop knot?

Do you know the best (and worst) conditions to use topwater lures?

Or do you know how to choose the right type of popping cork for the type of fishing you’re doing?

See all these tips in this week’s newsletter, plus:

  • How often to change out your fishing hooks (so you don’t miss fish)
  • Where, when, and why the bull redfish migration happens
  • A behind the scenes conversation with Bill Dance
  • The best way to strap your kayak to your car or truck
  • And much more

Check out the newsletter below!

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Non-Slip Loop Knot: How Many Turns Should You Do? [Knot Experiment]

How many twists should you do when tying a non-slip loop knot? In this experiment, I tested 2 vs. 3 vs. 4 turns and the results were...
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Top 5 Fishing Rod & Reel Cleaning Mistakes (That Can RUIN Your Gear)

Want to make your fishing rods and reels last as long as possible? Don't make these mistakes! Learn how to clean your rod and reel and...
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The Smart Fishing Game Plan Lesson For This Weekend (Sept 25-27)

See the best game plan to use this weekend based on the latest feeding trends and the upcoming weather for catching inshore slams.
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How Often To Change Out Your Fishing Hooks (And QUIT Missing Fish!)

Want to know how often you should be changing out your hooks? If you keep them on too long, you could risk losing a fish, but if you swap...
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How To Choose The Best Popping Cork (And Lure) For Every Condition

With so many options of popping corks to choose, how do you know which one to use? See the differences and when each style is best here.
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What NOT To Do When Using Topwater Lures (LIVE Fishing Trip)

If you want to catch more fish on topwater lures don't make these mistakes! See the best times to use them, where to use them, and how to...
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Virginia Spot Analysis – Choosing An Ideal Location [Spot Dissection – Windmill Point, VA]

In this Spot Dissection we will be discussing spot selection in an area requested from member Rich Reutti. The area shown as an example in...
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Deep Water Tactics For Bull Redfish [Insider Report: On-The-Water Tactics + Map Analysis]

On this trip I was still in pursuit of bull redfish. This report will show tactics for targeting them in deeper water. Quick Details: Craft:...
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Low Country Trout, Redfish & Flounder (With Dan From Savannah)

Hear the incredible story of how this angler struggled for years but didn't give up and now is consistently catching inshore slams.
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Beware Of The GT Knot (Don’t Make This Mistake!)

Have you heard that the GT Knot is the strongest fishing knot? There's a lot of misinformation about this knot and it's not as strong as...
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Cam Straps vs. Ratchet Straps: Best Way To Secure Your Kayak

Want to know the best way to transport a kayak on your car or truck? See the pros and cons of these two types of straps and which one to...
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Bull Redfish Migration: How To Catch Your New Personal Best Redfish

Want to catch a new personal best redfish? Now is the time! Learn when, where and why the bull redfish migration takes place here.
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Behind The Scenes With Bill Dance On A Quest For 40″ Snook

Ever wondered what actually goes on behind the scenes of your favorite fishing shows? Then watch this exclusive footage of Bill Dance's...
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4 Ways To Retrieve Artificial Crab Lures For More Strikes

Want to catch more fish on artificial crabs? Check out these four ways to retrieve them for sheepshead, black drum, and redfish.
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How To Avoid Gut Hooking Fish With Artificial Lures

Gut hooking fish can be deadly, but with these two tips you can hook them in the lips AND catch more fish.
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