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The five second memory myth is engrained in our brains as a fact, but it has been busted in recent years. Fish may not be as intelligent as mammals, but experiments have shown that fish can remember up to five months and have the capacity to learn new skills.

If fish have a strong capacity to learn and are proven to have good memories, then where did this myth come from?

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Science has brought us weather forecasts and education on fish behavior, so we are better prepared before hitting the water. From myths about fishing during thunderstorms to avoiding overcast days, you may find that a little planning is the only thing keeping you from a great day on the water!

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A popular fishing myth is to have banana ban on board. Some anglers believe that having bananas along on a trip will not only lead to a fishless day, but they can be responsible for a crew falling ill or just bringing bad luck. Stricter anglers will even go as far to have no reminisce of a banana on the fishing boat, including Banana Boat sunscreen! Bananas on boats have a storied past. When did this crazy myth start?Read More
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It is no secret that fish are effected by weather patterns and water conditions. Fish respond to their environment and exhibit different behaviors during the day and night. For the first time since 1918, North America will be able to witness a full solar eclipse. Since a full eclipse is a rare occurrence, no one knows for sure what will happen, but we do know there will be complete darkness during the day and that the moon effects the tides.

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Hungry bass are attracted to certain baits on the surface or in the depths. Be prepared at the tackle store and find out which one will work for you!

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Fishmaster t-tops are constructed of aluminum tubing and feature an anodized finish, which is ideal for marine environments. Without the anodized finish, aluminum is vulnerable to corrosion and rust. Fishmaster uses aluminum because it produces a strong t-top. FIshmaster proudly covers our t-tops with Sunbrella™ marine canvas. This fabric is perfect for marine environments, however, basic maintenance is required, for maximum sun-protection. We use the best materials so you only need to do a bit of at-home care to keep your t-top performing its best.

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Safely Catch and Release Fish

6/21/2017 10:20 AM

Catch and release fishing helps maintain fish populations for future generations of anglers. Every angler will eventually practice catch and release fishing, whether it is voluntary, or if they happen to catch a fish under regulation. Even though catch and release fishing is done to protect fish populations, problems can arise when done haphazardly, causing the fish to die after a few days.

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Best Saltwater Fishing Bait

6/14/2017 4:25 PM

Saltwater fishing can be done from the coast line to the deep sea, commonly on a pier, boat, or on-shore. Saltwater fish are going to be attracted to different bait than freshwater fish, however, all fish are going to use their sense of smell to hunt their prey. Narrow down which bait you need to hook at the tackle store by pinpointing your target species.

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Freshwater fishing is done in streams, lakes, ponds, or rivers. Freshwater fishing bait differs from saltwater fishing bait, since the bodies of water are home to different species of fish. Identifying the fish you aim to hook is going to help you narrow down the right freshwater fishing bait for you. Lots of anglers don’t have a particular fish in mind, so common natural freshwater fishing baits include worms, leeches, insects, and minnows.

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Narrowing down the right bait for you does not need to be a daunting experience. Consider these tips the next time you visit your favorite tackle store and leave with the right bait.

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