Month: November 2021

Check out how graphite fishing rods are made in the USA! Cashion Rods is based in Sanford, North Carolina and they make their rods start to finish right here in the United States of America. Matt Cashion, the owner of Cashion Rods, walks John Crews through how they make a graphite fishing rod. #fishingrod #bassfishing
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Greetings, you are in the right place to start learning fishing hacks as the experts do. Let’s begin to learn how to tie a hook, connect strings from braided to monofilament to fluorocarbon, attach a bait, make a bait, fishing tips and tricks, and a lot more than you can learn from this channel. One
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Click here to subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJuyiB0GT9-q92gC_M3XLpg Once upon a time people made things with their hands, beautiful cane fishing rods and exotic salmon flies. Hardy’s did this the best and were loved the world over. Adored by royalty, maharajas and film stars, they employed an army of craftsmen, made their own movies and brimmed with confident
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We’re bank fishing a big pond for largemouth and they’re smashing topwater! Come along as Tim explores this new pond and pay close attention to his tips on choosing the best spots, how he adapts between a frog and a Whopper Plopper, and why to stay away from beavers! This is a fun one chalk
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Do you enjoy throwing that drop shot, tube, ned rig, senko, etc? This video is for you! From affordable budget rods to top of the line combos, we’ll show you some great options to help take your finesse fishing to the next level! Finesse is one of the few applications where we really stress spending
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Series of fishing line with tangle free on fishing with heavy current for tilapia and any other fish. Greetings, you are in the right place to start learning fishing hacks as the experts do. Let’s begin to learn how to tie a hook, connect strings from braided to monofilament to fluorocarbon, attach a bait, make
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From north to south, the long coastline of Japan cultivates diverse local lifestyles reflecting unique geographic conditions. People live in harmony with the sea by combining their traditional wisdom with scientific knowledge. These coastal areas, where the sea and human beings are intimately connected, are called “satoumi”. Learn more about Satoumi at ourworld.unu.edu UNU Twitter:
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Looking to make a fishing rod for dirt cheap? This fishing rod is perfect for creek fishing and pretty much anywhere where you are fishing in tight quarters and shallow water. All you will need is a piece of thin bamboo or a bamboo skewer, a knife, and some fishing line! Our vision at Hey
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