Fall is one of the best times for fishing. While many anglers pack up their gear after summer, smart anglers know that the months of September, October, and November present excellent opportunities for catching fish.
As the season changes, fish are on the move, and many species are busy fattening up for the long winter. You can get out on the water and catch plenty of fish during the fall, but you need the right performance apparel for the entire season.
Breathe Like a Fishmakes some of the best long-sleeve shirts and fishing masks for the fall season. Keep reading to find out why you should be wearing one of our shirts while you’re out fishing this fall.
Now we’re working our way into fall, which means changes in weather, water temperature, and fish behavior. It also means changes in our sports.
Football season is coming soon, a time when our weekends become a conflict between going fishing, watching the big game, and finding time for chores.
We’d like to kick off the football season by giving you a list of famous football players and coaches who love to fish. When you head for the water, you just might see these famous athletes and coaches hogging your favorite spot.
Carp fishing has a strange reputation. Some anglers wouldn’t be caught dead pursuing a fish they consider undesirable and ugly, while other anglers love catching these fish for both the sport and the table fare. They are considered both an invasive species and a top sport fish, but they are starting to become more and more popular among American anglers.
If you love to fish, you should at least give carp a try. With a tremendous fight and lots of energy, carp might give you the most memorable fishing experience you have all year!
While it’s not as epic as deepwater angling for marlin, not as challenging as searching for trophy muskie, and not as stunningly beautiful as fishing the Florida Keys, there’s something special about pond fishing.
It’s a classic American activity. Find a hidden farm pond on a midwestern gravel road and you start to feel like a bit like Tom Sawyer. They may not be the biggest bodies of water in your area, but ponds offer a surprisingly high level of activity and some shockingly big fish.
When you go pond fishing, make sure you are prepared by keeping these simple tips in mind.
Tarpon are one of the most popular fish in Florida, the Bahamas, and the Gulf of Mexico. While they aren’t caught for the table, their strong bodies and energetic nature make them a top choice for anglers who want a challenging fish and an exciting fight.
Often found near structure, especially bridges, these saltwater fish can reach 300 pounds and achieve lengths of seven feet. Without a doubt, they are a thrilling animal to pursue, but you need the right approach and the right techniques, or your tarpon fishing will only end in frustration.
Summer is a wonderful time for outdoor activities, including camping, hiking, and swimming.
But what about fishing? While most anglers never truly quit fishing, many see summer as a downtime when bass are practically in hibernation.
While they may not be as active in the summer, bass are still in the lake. All it takes is a little knowledge, some different lures, and maybe a whole new technique, but you can catch plenty of bass in the summer with these simple tips.
Anglers all over the country, even those living near world-class fishing waters, feel the need to explore other locations for new and exciting fishing adventures. If you want to truly appreciate great fishing, you need to do some traveling, visit new waters, and experience different areas.
So where should you go on your next fishing trip? Consider some of these top fishing destinations to get started.
Fishing masks are gaining a lot of popularity among the angling community, and Breathe Like a Fish is leading the way with comfortable, water-resistant masks that protects your face and keep you cool for hours.
So why are you seeing so many anglers with this type of fishing apparel? Turns out there are more to real fishing masks than you may have originally thought.