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1. Tie your hook on your line. In fly fishing, tying the right knot is half of the sport. For the beginner, however, learning a simple clinch knot is the best way to get started. To do a clinch knot: Thread the end of the line through your hook, then wrap it 4-6 times around itself, going back toward the reel. Feed the end of the line back through the loop and pull it tight. You might need to use a little spit on the line to lubricate it and make sure it pulls tight. 2. Attach your weights and bobbers. If...

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It is good news that kids are back to school on September. What presents will you choose for their new semester? There is no better choice than kids smartwatch. Why it is the best kids present? Because when our kids are out of sight, this kind of kids GPS watch will give all the parents a peace of mood no matter where your kid is. You know his GPS location by app. You can freely communicate with him by calling, sms, voice message anytime. Your kid is able to send SOS command when he is in harassment or lost his...

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1 Get a fishing license. Visit the website of the state's Department of Fish and Wildlife or the Department of Natural Resources in which you're planning to fish and obtain a fishing license for information. Typically, there's a fee in the neighborhood of $40 for a resident and twice as much for a non-resident of the state. You'll need to get a license for each state in which you catch fish and can typically do this online, though you might need to visit the office in person in some states. Usually, you can obtain a short-term permit to fish if...

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Whether you're spending time with family and friends or hoping to catch dinner, fishing is a great way to enjoy the outdoors and come head-to-head with a vibrant array of fish. With the right gear and a little know-how, you’ll be sharing fishing tales with the old-timers before you know it! 1 Go where the fish are. Pick a place you'll enjoy spending several hours outdoors and a place you'll have a high probability of catching fish. Public lakes, rivers, and ponds are usually your best bet. Talk to other fishermen at your local sporting goods store to get some tips...

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Do you wish to catch more fish and make your life easier? Well, you need to know how a fish finder works. In case you didn’t know yet, a fish finder is a generic name for an electronic device which employs sonar (Sound Navigation Ranging) to deliver an image of what’s underwater. It won’t draw you a map where to get a fish, but the device will help you decide if a location is a perfect location to catch a fish or not. There are numerous fish finder products available on the market today. One of them is the Lucky...

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