James Rickard

still lost in, West Virginia, UNITED STATES


Joined May 25th 2007

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Sometimes the best part of fishing is when you don’t catch anything but get a chance to see a sailboat silhouetted against a blue sky, listen to a bird’s song, or watch the beauty of a dragonfly as it skims across the water's surface.

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Researchers have discovered a new fish living at over 26,000 feet--in excess of 5 miles!

Here's a full report along with pictures and video.





Remember to take the hooks outta yer pocket before ya sit down!


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Do you use Pradco lures?

December 17th 2014 20:46
Ask a lot of anglers if they use Pradco lures and they answer, "What the heck? I've never even heard of Pradco!"

In reality, PRADCO came into being in 1960 as part of Plastics Research and Development Corporation and produces various outdoor gear such as scents, game calls, tree stands, as well as other equipment in addition to fishing lures.
Zara Spook
The Heddon Zara Spook is part of the PRADCO stable.


If you're a very active angler, you're almost certain to have one or two lures in you tackle box from PRADCO since their stable includes such well known brands as Lindy, Rebel, Bomber, Heddon, Cotton Cordell, Arbogast, Silver Thread, YUM, Booyah, and Xcalibur. Knowing that, it comes as no surprise these lures play a prominent role on their website lurenet.com.

Aside from the website, PRADCO lures can be found in many outlets or neighborhood hunting and fishing stores. Additionally, although PRADCO is headquartered in the United States, their lures are exported to over 50 countries.




Remember to take the hooks outta yer pocket before ya sit down!




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WD-40 as an attractant Redux

November 30th 2014 01:14