How About Trout and Salmon – The Outdoor Women

Many of you must be wondering if these techniques would work as well for trout and salmon. The answer is an emphatic yes. In...

Slip Floats – The Outdoor Women

Slip floats do as the name implies. They slip on the line to a predetermined stopping point, allowing you to fish any depth you...

3 Fishing Tips for Beginners – The Outdoor Women

Fishing can be one of the most exciting hobbies if you do it correctly. However, it can also be difficult so it is easy...

Caring For Your Fishing Equipment – The Outdoor Women

There will always be fishing situations that we have no control over which will result in losing a fish. It hurts, especially when it’s...

Choosing Lures – The Outdoor Women

Does this scenario sound familiar? You’re leaving early in the morning to spend the day fishing a lake that you have never fished before...

Fishing Tips: Depth Control – The Outdoor Women

The first step in steelheading with a float is to adjust for proper depth. Your goal is to place your bait or lure about...

Fishing Tips: Detecting Strikes – The Outdoor Women

Veteran steelheaders tell us the one skill that separates the top rods from the wannabes is the ability to feel the subtle pick-up of...

Fishing Tips: Precise Line Control – The Outdoor Women

Another advantage of floats is the ease of placing your lure smack-dab in the middle of a steelhead’s lie. Suppose you want to fish...

Fishing tips: Steelhead – The Outdoor Women

Nineties anglers are discovering a “new” and deadly technique for tricking Steelhead. This “new” technique, as is so often the case, is simply a...

Alaska’s Finest Fishing – The Outdoor Women

Seward Alaska fishing is a fun-filled and memorable adventure for anglers of all ages and whether you and your family are experts or just...