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Growing up on the south shore of Long Island, Chum Charlie has always had a passion for fishing. His favorite fish to catch is a striped bass and his favorite bait to use is bunker. Off the water, he enjoys blogging and sharing his favorite fishing tips & tricks that he has learned over the years.

How Many Fish Live in the Ocean?

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The Census of Marine Life was established to identify and document information and discoveries pertaining to marine life. But to this date,...

Best Fishing Piers in Tampa Bay

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Tampa Bay is a large natural harbor and shallow estuary, well-known for its beautiful Gulf Coast beaches. The region seems customized for...

Can You Eat Mullet?

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There are over 70 different varieties of mullet fish readily available in the United States. Most of these fish are safe to...

Can a Fishing Rod Be Repaired?

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For many fishing enthusiasts, seeing one of your beloved fishing rods break is a heart-wrenching experience. From reminiscing every fishing moment you've...

How to Fish from a Paddle Board

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Did you know that you can fish while standing up on a paddle board? That's right! If you learn how to fish...

How Old Do You Need to Be to Get a Fishing...

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If you're considering going fishing in the United States, you'll have to remember that having a valid fishing license is mandatory. This...

What Fish are Low in Mercury?

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Those who need a low-mercury fish diet may choose from the following options: anchovies, clams, crabs, Herring, mackerel, oysters, salmon, scallops, sardines,...

Are Shimano Fishing Reels Any Good?

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Shimano is a Japanese multinational manufacturer of cycling components, fishing tackle, and rowing equipment. The company was founded in 1921.

Are Penn Fishing Reels Any Good?

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Penn is among the oldest brands when it comes to fishing equipment, having produced reels on par with Shimano since the early...

When to Use Sinkers when Fishing?

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Fishing sinkers are used to increase the rate of sink, anchoring ability, and casting distance. The smallest fishing sinkers, which can be...

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