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Chum Charlie

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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 to Rig a Slip Float

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Casting a rig with a set float over 4 feet away from the bait seems like an awkward situation that calls for...

Galveston Pier Fishing: Complete Guide

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Serious anglers dream of fishing at the Galveston Pier, and if you’re one of them, we’ve got the complete guide for you...

Spoons or Spinners – Which Lure to Use When Fishing for...

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The age old question posed by all great fishermen goes like this, “I want to catch the biggest salmon west of the...

Fly Fishing: What is a Tippet & How to Use

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Fishing fanatics are known to have enjoyed the fly fishing technique for years. Many anglers use this method as a basis to...

Best Weather & Temperature for Crappie Fishing

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Crappie are known for being always on the move, with their springtime migrations sometimes being described as frantic. As crappie anglers follow...

Are Fishing Spiders Poisonous? [Complete Guide]

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Fishing spiders are a specific species of spiders that live near bodies of water. The spiders can stretch out as long as...

Complete Guide to Fishing in Central Park, NYC

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Many people don't know that they can go fishing in NYC's Central Park. However, catching fish over here isn't like your regular...

Trout Fishing Rig & Line Setup: Complete Guide

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Fishing for trout can be a memorable and exciting experience to enjoy with friends and family, but bear in mind that this...

Can You Cook Frozen Fish?

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You can definitely cook frozen fish. In fact, doing so might make your meal safer, tastier and fresher. This is due to...

Can You Eat a Sailfish?

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You sure can eat a sailfish, but should you? Sailfish are most often caught for sport and not for food. In the...

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