When it comes to fishing there is nothing as exciting as seeing a fish explode on a top water bait.
As the director of the local youth program, I’m always searching for ways to attract youth bowlers and add some excitement for the ones I already have.
When it comes to pier fishing there are some tips and tricks that make some people stand out from the rest of the anglers.
In my years of bowling, one of my greatest faults was I always had a tendency to squeeze the ball.
When the water is as warm as it is now the top water bite is my go to bait for both quality and quantity.
While our top of the line league bowlers and certainly our more popular professionals likely have a working understanding of the process followed to construct today’s sharp hooking, hard hitting bowling balls, most recreational bowlers do not have a clue of what it takes to create one of these high-dollar spheres.
They were loud, proud and wearing blue and white for the Camden softball team.
The temperatures have gotten hot fast and the bass are quickly moving into their summer time patterns.
Over the past few years, I’ve read countless articles and watched a number of videos focusing on the development of bowling balls.
The offshore fleet has been fighting wind for the entire year but right now the fishing is so good they are going anyway.