There are many ways to target fish when the fish move offshore, but when they move deep and live bait is not an option, I am always looking for the best lure that imitates the closest thing to live bait.  In the winter months when water is colder, the need to eat for predator fish slows way down and so does their activity.  It’s not uncommon for bass or other species to move to depths of 40-80 feet or deeper at certain times of the year. They move to these depths because the water is more stable in temperature, has...
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Fishing line is a key element to fishing, but one question to ask is, “What do you do with old or used fishing line?” Properly disposing of fishing line will not only help the environment, but it will save wildlife. I have seen countless birds and other wildlife be severely injured with line wrapped around their wings, beaks, legs; I have even seen the line sever limbs and even cause death. Osprey and other big nesting birds are notorious for picking up bundles of line for their nest and unfortunately, this is responsible for 10% of all deaths to...
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  Calling all football fans! Arizona Cardinals player, Brett Hundley, will be at Shoppers Supply Chandler for a very special event on November 2nd from 10am-2pm. Get his autograph and your photo taken with him, bid to go on a fishing trip with him and Professional Angler, Ron Johnson, and get the chance to win a ton of other exciting prizes in a raffle! We will even have some surprise special guests! All funds raised will benefit The Hundley Foundation, which raises awareness and funds to help children and families dealing with illnesses,...
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Fall is right around the corner and it’s one of my favorite times of year to fish for Big Bass in the grass. As the nights cool, baitfish will move from the main lake into the backs of creeks and flats as water temperatures also drop. Baitfish that normally roam around open water will make their move to the grass for cover and to feed which usually means the bass are not far behind. If you hear crackling or snapping noises in the grass, you have most likely found the feeding baitfish. The grass has been growing all summer...
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