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The Fishing Fundamentals We Should Know

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The simple design of the New York fishing license plate helps it stand out from all other states. This plate features a blue background with yellow

How To Get A New York Fishing License

May 10, 2022 5 min read

There is no doubt that New York offers some of the best fishing in the country. Whether you're angling for trophy trout in the Adirondacks or chasing after Striped Bass in Long Island, you'll need a New York fishing license. In this blog post, we've answered some of the most common questions about New York fishing licenses, including when they are valid, what you need to get one, and how much they cost. We've also provided information on the different types of New York fishing licenses available. So whether you're a resident or non-resident, make sure you have everything you need to enjoy a day out on the water.
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Basic Fishing Kit Advice...

Basic Fishing Kit Advice...

March 12, 2022 2 min read

There are numerous varieties of fishing lines, and it can be difficult to determine which one is the finest. It is mostly composed of nylon and "monofilament," which is available in a variety of lengths on spools called Tests. The diameter of the fishing line indicates the thickness of the line. To construct a simple rig, obtain around 10 feet of 4 lb. or 4 lb. test rope.
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10 Deep Sea Saltwater Fishing Trip Tips

10 Deep Sea Saltwater Fishing Trip Tips

March 06, 2022 2 min read

Many anglers believe that they should catch their live baits over the reefs before venturing into deeper seas. Why would you believe that the larger fish are present if live baits are not available in the region where you intend to catch them? Shouldn't they be in the vicinity of the bait fish?
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Nature's Playground For Fishing

Nature's Playground For Fishing

March 06, 2022 2 min read

There are numerous varieties of fishing lines, and it can be difficult to determine which one is the finest. It is mostly composed of nylon and "monofilament," which is available in a variety of lengths on spools called Tests. The diameter of the fishing line indicates the thickness of the line. To construct a simple rig, obtain around 10 feet of 4 lb. or 4 lb. test rope.
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