Another week of summer heat means the bite has been on during the mornings and evenings, especially for the record run of early summer steelhead.
It’s summer steelhead season which means you no longer have to wake up at o’dark thirty. Evenings can often times be better than mornings.
Drags are the most vital part of a reel when it comes to landing a big fish. If you’re wanting to upgrade or improve your current reel, The Reel Tech gives some handy information about the differences between a Wet or Dry system.
I was out for redemption for my broken pole from last week, and wasn’t going to let the hazardous weather get in my way.
Summer steelhead have shown up in force on the Upper Rogue, and a batch of recycled fish means even more opportunities for anglers.
Despite the heat wave, we’re still seeing some excellent fishing from the top to the bottom of the Rogue.
I started my 2012 summer steelhead season yesterday on the upper Rogue with a bang….literally
A failure of your reel may be closer than you think. The Reel Tech gives some great advice to help avoid it from happening while in the field.
The summer heat has arrived making the morning and evenings best for salmon and steelhead. The high mountain lakes have also turned on for bass and trout.
How to extend the life of your baitcast reels with thumb bar disengagement systems such as Shimano Curados, and Abu Garcia Revo’s by The Reel Tech.