Overseas Articles

Spanish Monster Cats

By Chester Moore, Jr. Mequinenza, Spain - It was hard to believe what I was experiencing. With my rod doubled over, muscles aching and sweat pouring from every pore in my body, I found myself battling a wels catfish on the beautiful banks of the Segra River in Spain. As the water churned and boiled

Paradise Salmon

By Capt. Bill Smith At Port John Cove in British Columbia, about 20 miles from the native Indian village Bella Bella, the evening bite was on. Here Coho Salmon are measured in pounds not inches, and two weeks ago when my son Derrick and I fished, the salmon are in total feed mode as they

Hand Made Tackle: A Fine Art With Huge Rewards

Why would anyone go through the trouble of making his or her own tackle? Is it because the overall cost is drastically lower? Or maybe because you have the option of changing subtle details that can make the fish go wild? Regardless of why you choose to handcraft your tackle, the benefits of this fine

Trollin With Roland

By David Fletcher Standing on the Bundeena ferry wharf at 6:15am might not be unusual for some of you, however, for us the idea was met with some trepidation, we were heading out to the shelf to chase some tuna and hopefully lock horns with a Marlin…'dreaming we thought' (after all this was our first

Basic Guidelines for Obtaining and Retaining Sponsorship Agreements

What most tournament anglers already know and future tournament anglers will quickly learn is sponsors are what can help make an angler a champion. Don't get me wrong, having a sponsor is not going to make you an instantly better angler. They will however make it possible for you to compete in the extremely expensive