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View entire video at *******www.zipidee****/zipidPreview.aspx?vid=042622bc-1da5-5b1b-badf-afb6fe390db7 Learn saltwater fishing from the fisherman who in a single year was named "Angler of the Year". *******www.zipidee****
16 Feb 2008
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Veteran fly fishing guide Big Jim Dykstra of Banff Alberta tells the story of "The Man in the Yellow Hat". Jim designed the fly to make it easier for near-sighted and aging anglers to still enjoy a day on the world-famous Bow River in Banff, Alberta, Canada. Jim can be reached at flyfishingbanff****. For more info on travel in Banff visit the official tourism site at banfflakelouise****
26 Jun 2009
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Fly Fishing Guides of Idaho Montana & Yellowstone w Mike Lawson & Henrys Fork Anglers Experience the vast flyfishing waters of the Henrys Fork and South Fork Yellowstone NP the Madison River Hebgen Lake & Montana Rich History and Continued Excellence
20 Jun 2008
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Fly Fishing Guides of Idaho Montana & Yellowstone w Mike Lawson & Henrys Fork Anglers Experience the vast flyfishing waters of the Henrys Fork and South Fork Yellowstone NP the Madison River Hebgen Lake & Montana Rich History and Continued Excellence
20 Jun 2008
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Fly Fishing Guides of Idaho Montana & Yellowstone w Mike Lawson & Henrys Fork Anglers Experience the vast flyfishing waters of the Henrys Fork and South Fork Yellowstone NP the Madison River Hebgen Lake & Montana Rich History and Continued Excellence
20 Jun 2008
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NorthernNuts**** Skeeter shows off his new Invention The Bait Launcher 5000 to help strugling anglers cast farther then before very funny video Distributed by Tubemogul.
1 Aug 2008
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Team Duracell pro Michael Bennett of Lincoln, Calif., caught a two-day total of nine bass weighing 24 pounds, 15 ounces to win $1 million in the Forrest Wood Cup presented by BP and Castrol on Lake Murray on Sunday. Bennett is the youngest champion in the history of the Forrest Wood Cup and topped his closest rival, Team Kellogg's pro Dave Lefebre of Union City, Penn., by more than five pounds to become the sport's second instant millionaire. "This hasn't sunk in at all," said Bennett, who became the youngest angler to reach $1 million in career earnings and has banked $1.4 million in FLW Outdoors events. "I mean, I'm excited and have an unbelievable feeling inside, but overall it hasn't sunk in. It's incredible." Bennett said he had a solid pattern targeted in practice, but heavy rains before the tournament began changed his approach. Bennett said he decided to start the tournament by fishing shallow. To view Multimedia News Release go to, *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/walmart/34051/
21 Aug 2008
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Capt. Dexter Simmons guides anglers on the Key West and Florida Keys flats for Bonefish, landing a nice 7 pound Bonefish with angler Tim.
5 Feb 2009
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Bridgeview RV Resort is situated in a picturesque river valley on the westerly outskirts of Lethbridge. The Old Man River runs beside the resort, providing a scenic waterway for boaters, anglers and sightseers.
14 Jul 2009
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Cutthroat Anglers guides guests on a float trip for trout on the Colorado River
1 Jan 2009
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he Sports Fishing Portal is dedicated to bringing you the guide,tips and info about fishing activity.Sports Fishing Portal's aim is to help develop this potential in order to establish Malaysia as a top destination for anglers and sports fishing enthusiasts.Sports Fishing Portal will share everything about sport fishing activity around the world including salt water fishing,freshwater fishing, fly fishing, game fishing, sport fishing ,jigging and popping. FISHING, also called ANGLING, is the sport of catching fish, freshwater or saltwater, typically with rod, line, and hook. Like hunting, fishing originated as a means of providing food for survival.,Fishing as a sport, however, is of considerable antiquity. An Egyptian angling scene of about 2000 BC shows figures fishing with rod and line and with nets. A Chinese account of about the 4th century BC refers to fishing with a silk line, a hook made from a needle, and a bamboo rod, with cooked rice as bait. References to fishing are also found in ancient Greek, Assyrian, Roman, and Jewish writings.
20 Mar 2009
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A miles-wide ice floe broke away Saturday from Lake Erie's shoreline, trapping more than 130 fishermen offshore, some for as long as four hours. One man fell into the water and later died of an apparent heart attack. A Coast Guard spokesman, Chief Petty Officer Robert Lanier, said 134 people, including at least two Wisconsin men, had been plucked from the ice by late afternoon. Rescuers in helicopters lowered baskets onto the ice, and people climbed in and were lifted to safety. Others boarded air boats that glided across the ice. "We were in no danger," said Norb Pilaczynski of Swanton, Ohio, who was rescued from the lake along with several of his friends. "We knew there was enough ice out there." The day began with fishermen setting down wooden pallets to create a bridge over a crack in the ice so they could roam farther out on the lake. But the planks fell into the water when the ice shifted, stranding the fishermen about 1,000 yards offshore. "We get people out here who don't know how to read the ice," Ottawa County Sheriff Bob Bratton said. "What happened here today was just idiotic. I don't know how else to put it." Leslie Love, 65, of New Albany, Ohio, died of an apparent heart attack after his snowmobile broke through the ice while he was searching for a safe place to cross back to shore, according to the Ottawa County sheriff's office. Love collapsed after he was helped back onto solid ice, the sheriff's office said. A relative performed CPR until a helicopter transported Love to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Ice on western sections of Lake Erie was up to 2 feet thick Saturday, National Weather Service meteorologist Bill Randel said. The ice cracked as temperatures rose and winds of up to 35 mph pushed on the ice. "The crack blew up," said Chuck Hasty of Holland, Ohio, who has been out on the ice all week. "It was a matter of a minute or so." When fishermen realized late Saturday morning that the ice had broken away, they began to debate the best way off. Some chose to sit and wait for authorities, while others headed east in search of an ice bridge. "I don't know how many snowmobiles and four-wheelers took off like a gold rush to the east," Hasty said. Fishermen closer to the ice break used their cell phones to warn those farther from shore. For entertainment while they waited, one angler dropped a recently hooked walleye - the target catch of the season - back into the water as a group gathered to watch it swim, said fisherman David Hudzinski of Muskego, Wis. Others managed to get to land on their own by riding their all-terrain vehicles about five miles east to where ice hadn't broken away. A second fisherman went into the frigid water when he tried to drive his ATV over a small crack in the ice, Lanier said. A rescue boat pulled him out within a few minutes, and he was brought to shore and wrapped in blankets. The man was not treated at a hospital and went home, Lanier said. Those rescued had to leave behind most of their equipment, including coolers, snowmobiles and ATVs. Hasty, who was rescued by an air boat, said he was allowed to haul a five-gallon bucket filled with his electronic equipment. When the rescued fishermen made it to shore, authorities had them line up single-file to take down their names, Hasty said. "So if we got caught on the ice again, they would charge us a fine for being out there under those conditions," he explained. Ice fisherman who regularly visit the lake have said this winter's thick ice has lured more people to the lake. The number of ice fishermen has been unprecedented, said Oak Harbor resident Peter Harrison, who has lived on the shore for 40 years. "There was a heck of a city out there for the last week and a half, two weeks," the 71-year-old said. Even in cold temperatures, the ice in western Lake Erie is often unsafe because of currents that can easily cause the ice to shift. Ohio Division of Wildlife spokeswoman Jamey Graham said the state annually warns fishermen that there's no such thing as "safe ice." And authorities along the lake are trained for these type of rescues. "You have to know the weather. You have to know how to read the ice," Bratton said. "It doesn't take much for this to break." Four helicopters were sent from Michigan and eight air boats from the Coast Guard, Lanier said. Local authorities also sent air boats out on the ice. The rescue operation cost thousands of dollars, Bratton said. None of the fishermen will likely be forced to cover the cost, officials said. "To the best of my knowledge, they didn't break any laws," Lanier said. "Ice fishing is a culture here on the Great Lakes." Hasty, 65, admitted the possibility of melting ice was in the back of his mind when he set out Saturday morning. "I thought we could get away with it for today," he said. "When you're crazy for fishin' I guess, and the fish are biting, I just couldn't resist it."
10 Nov 2010
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Patented illuminated marker for carp fishing. More than 10 000 Atrospots have been sold since 2002 all over Europe. Used by most of the well known carp anglers, this photo-cell technology marker has a three years guarantee. Its available with orange, red, yellow or blue leds and is available in most of the tackle shops of Europe and USA. more information : *******www.atropa-technologie****
18 May 2009
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Taking your kids fishing is a classic in the Quality Time repertoire. Whether you are an experienced angler or a lunker, it's easier than you think to take the kids out to get the hooks wet. Daddy Brad is your guide. DadLabs ep 474 is brought to you by BabyBjorn. Distributed by Tubemogul.
3 Mar 2009
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Fly fishing for Colorado rainbow trout on the Blue River in Summit County with angler Trapper Rudd
8 Apr 2010
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*******www.peoriaresortliving**** Take a tour of Morton IL Apartments For Rent Stewart Properties Cape Cod Village Apartments 2010 West Jackson Street Morton IL 61550 (877) 396-7463 Cape Cod Village. Located only nine minutes from downtown Peoria in the quaint suburb of Morton, Cape Cod Village strives to bring you resort living everyday. Our one or two bedroom apartment homes are lavished with style, and nestled in beauty. Come home; relax on your expansive private balcony. Listen to water sounds cascade from our stunning fountain, watch the resident ducks serenely pass by. Our twelve acre lake is the ideal setting and an angler's paradise. Feel free to grab a workout in the high tech fitness center, maintain your tan yearlong in a professional tanning bed, or pamper your four legged family member at our pet grooming salon. Enjoy the outdoors along the Morton Community Bikeway which borders us. Play at our lakeside beach volleyball court; practice your game on our putting green or at the nearby driving range. We are within miles of several city parks and playgrounds, a dog park, and Frisbee golf course. It's all right here... plus that quiet, secluded atmosphere you've been dreaming of. A nice change of pace, Cape Cod Village. Subscribe to our Youtube Channel - Stewart Properties ***********/StewartProperties
22 Apr 2009
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