Union Sportsmen's Fishing Articles
Ice-Out Channel Cats
The spring thaw brings channel catfish to the shallows with nothing but feeding on their minds.
Six Great Knots All Anglers Should Master
Poor knots cost you fish, but these proven winners hold true.
Bluegills Are Great!
Bluegills are plentiful in most every body of water, they're tasty, and they're always ready to bite.
MORE FISHING NEWS
Gear Up For Fishing Season
Time to go through your gear, clean it up, and best of all decide what to buy on your next shopping trip.
Cold-Weather Striper Tactics
Striped bass love cold water, and regardless of where you are, there's likely a good striper bite close by right now.
Give The Gift Of Fish Attractors This Christmas Season
As people discard live Christmas trees, anglers can use them to create super fish habitat.
Choose The Right Fly Rod
Weight and length matter. Here's a guide to picking the right fly rod for your needs.
Jig Ideas for Fall Walleyes
In the fall months, jigs are the way to go when fishing for walleyes.
Swim Baits For Giant Fall Muskies
These big lures look incredibly realistic in the water and can be fished a variety of ways.
Fall Fishing is for the Birds
Fishing can be slow to start in the fall, but as the lakes become empty and the deer woods fill up, fishing gets dynamite, especially when you follow the baitfish.
A Redfish River Riot
In September, the mouth of the St. Johns River near Jacksonville, Florida may be the very best spot for giant redfish.
Wet Wading For Smallmouth Bass
Ease into a flowing stream or river and cast for hard-fighting smallies.
Sued For Fishing Public Water?
A Virginia case highlights a growing threat to anglers venturing to rivers and streams, even those identified by state agencies as public.
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