All posts by Alex N. Ferroni

Abu Garcia Revo SX Review

Abu Garcia Revo SX Review: Honest Opinion

It has been several years that Abu Garcia has been in production of fishing lines and accessories, and they boast a super quality lineup of rods and reels. Abu Garcia Revo SX is one of their finest mid-range and budget level reels. They made this reel for the people who are looking for carbon-based, lightweight, […]

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All About Trout Diets: Insects as Feed Preference

All About Trout Diets: Insects as Feed Preference for Trout

In California and other regions of USA trout fishing, the angler who fishes many streams and lakes will find an astounding variety of different aquatic and terrestrial insects. Because most stream systems have their headwaters at very high altitude. And these flow down a vertical drop of about 10,000 feet, the angler is faced with […]

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Types of Bait Fish for Trout: How to Use them Properly for Trout Fishing

Types of Bait Fish for Trout: How to Use them Properly for Trout Fishing

The key to taking California trout is offering them something that comes close to imitating the food they normally eat. This may seem simple but it can have a direct bearing on consistent success. California waters are harder fished than most waters of the West and anglers who want to be consistently successful are well-advised […]

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Humminbird ICE HELIX 5 CHIRP GPS G2 Review

Humminbird ICE HELIX 5 CHIRP GPS G2 Review

Humminbird has been producing and selling their fishing accessories for many years. The anglers of these new time have become more dependent on the technologies these days. And the Humminbird 410430-1 ICE Helix 5 is one of those modern devices that cannot be replaced by any other on the market. Sonar fish finder like the […]

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CTK Precision P3 Ultimate Gun Vise Review

CTK Precision P3 Ultimate Gun Vise Review

Gun maintenance can be a real pain if you are not able to hold the gun in the right place and right action. Gun vise can help you in this situation. The gun vise not only helps to keep the gun safe in a place but also it helps to get the perfect and accurate […]

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Best Fishing Line for Trout

Best Fishing Line for Trout in 2019

Either you are a professional fisherman or maybe fishing is just your hobby, it is always fun to go fishing. Many individuals pass their time just by sitting in a single place for hours just to have this experience. However, for being a professional or even a passionate fisherman, you will always need the best […]

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Trout Fishing Gear and Equipment Essential

Trout Fishing Gear and Equipment Essential: Choosing Tips

Any fishing trip starts with the selection of fishing equipment and gear suitable for the conditions you will find on the lake or stream. Generally, the clarity of the water will determine what kind of rigging and terminal equipment is required, but in California trout fishing an angler will meet with many different situations. Perhaps […]

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How to Mount a Scope

How to Mount a Scope: 14 Easy Step for Mounting a Riflescope

A state-of-the-art scope is useless if it is mounted incorrectly. Although your local gun shop should be up to the task, doing the work yourself can save money and add another rewarding dimension to your hunts. So, I am going to discuss how to mount a rifle scope on your rifle in this article. Tools […]

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Cold Weather Hiking Clothes for Snow

Cold Weather Hiking Clothes that Will Keep You Safe in Snow

Clothes and gear for cold weather Hiking in cold weather can be both exhilarating and enjoyable. There are fewer insects than in hot weather and you are not subject to the debilitating exhaustion resulting from steep climbs in high temperatures. Usually, fewer people are out walking, so you can appreciate the solitude. But to enjoy […]

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Trapping Tips for Raccoon, Fox and Coyote Hunting

Trapping Tips for Raccoon, Fox and Coyote Hunting

The hunter who can combine trapping with weekend or extended hunting trips is fortunate. One or two mink, raccoon, fox, or coyote pelts can help defray the cost of a week in deer camp or a weekend stint of chasing after pheasant. With perfect gears, you need a proper guide especially in the beginning season […]

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