How to stow your fishing rods in your vehicle. OMG how did I not know this all this time. WOW

How to stow your fishing rods in your vehicle. OMG how did I not know this all this time. WOW

The McCullock Technique for collecting fishing worms: Drive a 3-foot stake 6-8 inches deep into the ground. Remove or disengage the chain from a chain saw. Rest the bottom of the running chainsaw on top of the stake. The worms will be coaxed from the soil by the vibration.

The McCullock Technique for collecting fishing worms: Drive a 3-foot stake 6-8 inches deep into the ground. Remove or disengage the chain from a chain saw. Rest the bottom of the running chainsaw on top of the stake. The worms will be coaxed from the soil by the vibration.

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Classic patterns always withstand the test of time North Country Angler: Of Nymphs and Nymping

Classic patterns always withstand the test of time North Country Angler: Of Nymphs and Nymping

Keep Bait in a Tic Tac Box For a really convenient waxworm dispenser when I’m ice fishing, I keep them in a Tic Tac container. The case probably holds about 30 waxworms. Plus, it’s easy to open and shake one worm out at a time without having to take off my gloves. -- Carl Dixon, Bethalto, Ill.

Keep Bait in a Tic Tac Box For a really convenient waxworm dispenser when I’m ice fishing, I keep them in a Tic Tac container. The case probably holds about 30 waxworms. Plus, it’s easy to open and shake one worm out at a time without having to take off my gloves. -- Carl Dixon, Bethalto, Ill.

salmon nymphs. For more fly fishing info follow and subscribe www.theflyreelguide.com Also check out the original pinners site and support

salmon nymphs. For more fly fishing info follow and subscribe www.theflyreelguide.com Also check out the original pinners site and support

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