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Chum Charlie

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?

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

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?

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?

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

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...

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?

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?

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?

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?

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