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How Long Can Fish Go Without Food? A Detailed Answer is Revealed

How long can fish go without food is perhaps one of the most highly asked questions for us fishers. Sometimes we cannot help but take a vacation with our family and spend some time away from home. Some fishers are very fortunate to have someone who can look after their fishes.But for the others, some […]

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What Does Mullet Eat? Things that You Need to Know as an Angler

If you are an angler like me, you may have asked yourself: What does mullet eat? That is acceptable since I asked that question myself as well. Moreover, the mullet is famous for being energetic and known to have acrobatic leaps out of the water’s surface. Also, mullet are surprisingly ‘bottom feeders’, occupying saltwater and freshwater […]

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Jerkbait vs Crankbait: Which Bait is Better for Your Style?

Fishing enthusiasts must know how to better lure their catch and among the first things to get familiar with is the difference between jerkbait vs crankbait. Both are ideal for getting the catch of the day, specifically for those who are dealing with bass fishing.Although these two are famous for being extremely effective, it will […]

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Why Do Fish Jump? It’s time to answer this old-aged question

Introduction“Why Do Fish Jump?” – an old-aged question that many anglers wonder about. Have you ever thought of this question when you were having a hard time catching something or when you were watching the fish joyfully jumping out of the water?Isn’t it fascinating to see fish hopping in and out of the water? It […]

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When Do Bluegill Spawn? Bluegill Spawning Season and How to Catch Them

IntroductionThe bluegill fish is a member of the sunfish family. They are referred to as bream, brim, or copper nose. They are indigenous in the waters of North America. They live in rivers, ponds, lakes, and streams.Most anglers know that starting to fish bluegills is an entry point to a better angling career. For instance, […]

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