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  • Published on July 4, 2003 Tricks to stop a fishing line from twisting

    How many of you have already experienced twisting issues with your fishing line? I can imagine from here your memories of inoperable spinning reels due to typical twists and all the sweet thoughts you had at that very moment, while trying to fis...

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  • Published on June 12, 2003 Clay pigeon shooting

    TRAP The origins of this sport now called "TRAP" can be traced back to England in 1793. During this activity, a standard 108 mm (4 1/4 inches) clay pigeon is thrown from a "house" located 15 to 25 metres away in front of the shooter. The angle ...

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  • Published on April 18, 2003 General fishing tips

    The bottom bouncer Every angler knows the importance of the bottom of a water body when it comes to predators. In fact, a lot of people call the area one foot above the bottom of a lake or river the "strike zone," and consider that area to be t...

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  • Published on April 18, 2003 Black fishing lure: an analysis

    Lures of all colours are good, as long as they are black. (Old saying of muskellunge anglers.) Who hasn't experienced the following situation: you enter a fishing shop and go to the lure display with the firm intention of choosing only one or t...

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  • Published on April 18, 2003 Nymph fishing tips

    A popular belief tends to favour fly fishing only when insects become apparent to us, that is, when the insects have reached their flying phase. But do you know that limiting ourselves to the period when we can see outbreaks inevitably leads us ...

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  • Published on July 19, 2002 All species file: deep water fishing

    As the summer slowly settles over the province, bringing along a thick blanket of heat that warms the air and surface waters, the angler looking to catch brook, rainbow, or lake trouts or even large pikes must diversify their basic arsenal. The ...

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  • Published on November 14, 2001 Maintenance of your fishing equipment

    The sun's warm rays are getting stronger daily. Many fishing enthusiasts will soon open up their cupboards where they hide their rods, reels, and those fishing boxes filled with a thousand jewels. Given that good quality fishing gear is expensiv...

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  • Published on November 14, 2001 Surface fishing

    There is a fishing strategy that remains somewhat mysterious and unknown in the province when it comes to fishing species such as pike, muskellunge and smallmouth bass: surface fishing. Some may think that it is a typically American fishing tec...

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  • Published on November 14, 2001 Choosing a fishing line

    When comes the time to choose a line for the new fishing season, many questions arise, as a rising tide of products inundate the market and that the retail displays are getting larger and larger. What to do? First and foremost, you must clearly ...

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  • Published on November 14, 2001 The best fishing lure

    "Give me your best lure. . ." How many times do we hear that one in a fishing shop! But what to answer? The best lure is actually the one you use the most frequently, the one in which you have the most confidence, the one you put in the water t...

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  • Published on November 14, 2001 Northern pike fishing tips

    Many believe that Esox lucius, our northern pike, is a warm-water species. Most of its fans, unfortunately still a rare sight in Quebec, will go looking for it in bays, near stumps and in shallow waters. However, our freshwater friend has an imp...

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  • Published on November 14, 2001 Black powder and pyrodex

    Whatever kind of powder you choose (black powder or Pyrodex), it is very important and even imperative to clean your weapon after each shooting session. Both types are highly corrosive and could damage the chamber and barrel of your weapon, affe...

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