Fishing Ladies Article List
Fishing Ladies Article List
The Fishing Ladies fishing article list is simply a post listing all of the articles on the site in one location. The Fishing Ladies site has many full length articles on a variety of fishing topics. All of them feature REAL female anglers. The list is broken down to three categories; freshwater articles, saltwater articles, and miscellaneous articles. Click on the article title to link to the piece. Enjoy!
Fishing Ladies saltwater articles
Saltwater fishing is extremely popular and very productive along the coast of the United States. Species vary by location, but coastal waters produce action and variety. Offshore anglers target large, migratory species such as tune, bill fish, and more. The fishing Ladies site has a lot of great articles on saltwater fishing, with a focus on Florida fishing.
This article features Larissa as she shares some great information on the West Palm Beach fishing scene. Most of the action is offshore as anglers target both pelagic and bottom species. However, anglers can experience some good inshore fishing as well.
Spotted sea trout are one of the most popular inshore saltwater species. Christie is our Fishing Ladies trout expert. This article shares some great tips for catching these fish. Anglers will find tips on fishing with both live bait and artificial lures.
Sheepshead are a tasty and prolific inshore species. They are found throughout the eastern portion on the United States. They are a structure oriented bottom species. This article shares the baits, rigs, techniques, and spots that will help anglers catch more of these tasty saltwater panfish.
King mackerel are a top game fish found along the coastline from Texas to the mid Atlantic. This article shares tips on trolling and using live bait. Tackle, rigging, techniques, and more are included in this fishing article.
Pompano are a small, yet very hard-fighting inshore species. They are also one of the finest eating fish that swims! Pompano are caught near the bottom on live baits or lures that mimic shrimp and crustaceans. This fishing article has everything an anglers needs to catch more pompano.
The fishing Ladies crew has several anglers that are expert at fishing offshore. Florida offers anglers some excellent offshore fishing opportunities throughout the state, all year long. The list of available species is long. This article covers the species as well as the seasons and techniques.
Florida has some terrific fishing in it’s inshore waters. From bonefish and tarpon in the Keys, to reds and trout in north Florida, the state has it all. This article covers the species, lures, baits, seasons, migrations, and techniques. Anglers will get a lot of good information from this fishing article.
Bottom fishing in northern California is very popular. Deep water exists close to shore, offering anglers some great sport and eating. Amanda shares tips on fishing for these unique looking saltwater bottom species.
Jackie lives in Jacksonville, Florida and loves offshore fishing. Along with her husband, she fishes the king mackerel tournament series in the southeastern United States. She is very well-rounded, and enjoys both trolling and bottom fishing with live bait.
Melissa lives in north Florida and fishes the inshore structure for black drum and sheepshead. These two species are not glamorous, but are prized species, both for their fighting ability and great table fare. These are structure oriented fish that eat shrimp and crabs.
Florida has some outstanding inshore saltwater fishing. Tarpon, snook, reds, trout, jacks, Spanish mackerel, and bluefish are the top species caught by anglers fishing the bays, rivers, and beaches. This article covers each species and the baits and techniques needed to catch them.
This fishing article covers the top artificial lures used by anglers in saltwater fishing. This basic set of lures will catch fish anywhere in the world. The jig and grub combo is the top inshore artificial lure. This article covers those lures along with the techniques that make them effective.
Contrary to popular belief, winter does occur in Florida. Fish habits change, and so do successful anglers. This article covers the winter migrations of Florida inshore species and the baits and tactics that are productive this time of year.
Pensacola, Florida is a great place to fish. Anglers can choose to fish the shallow backwaters for reds, trout, and flounder. Or, they can head offshore for grouper, snapper, mackerel, and more. Anglers will find a ton of helpful information in this article on fishing Pensacola.
Fishing can be outstanding in Jacksonville, Florida. Laura is a local expert who specialized in catching large redfish. This area is known for schools of bull reds in the inlets. Other inshore species and offshore species are plentiful as well. Anglers can find all of the locations and techniques in this article.
Snook are the premier inshore game fish in Florida. They are prized by both local and visiting anglers. Ash is from Florida and is an excellent angler. She understands the seasonal movements of snook and shares them in this article.
False albacore are a fantastic game fish! They are found just off of the coastlines as far north as New England. False albacore fishing is exciting as much of it is visual as anglers sight fish to schools of breaking fish. This article shares some great tips on catch these speedy game fish.
Sierra shares some great information on the fine fishing in the Carolina inshore waters. Redfish, flounder, drum,and sheepshead are the top species. The Carolina back country offers perfect habitat for these and other species.
Marissa is a Sarasota native and loves venturing far offshore in search of big fish. Wahoo, king mackerel, grouper, snapper, tuna, dolphin and more are available to anglers fishing the Gulf of Mexico off of Sarasota, Florida.
Vanessa is the Fishing Ladies ‘Big Bend” expert. She fishes tournaments with her husband Vinnie. Vanessa primarily targets redfish and trout, though other species are available as well. Vanessa shares some great information on fishing Steinhatchee in this article.
Angelia is a charter boat captain in Islamorada in the Florida Keys. She fishes for a variety of species, but wahoo are her specialty. She shares her hard earned secrets for high speed trolling for wahoo in this article. There are also links to her store where anglers can get some great lures and equipment.
Chumming with live bait fish is an incredible effective fishing technique. Florida guides use this often on charters, especially in the summer when bait is plentiful. This article covers the special equipment and tactics that are required to employ this technique.
Bluefish are a popular species in the northeast. However, Florida has good bluefish populations as well, though they are smaller in size. Blues are most often caught by anglers targeting other species. However, most are happy to catch them. This article covers the locations and techniques for catching bluefish.
Snook are the premier inshore game fish species in Florida. In the winter, snook migrate up into rivers and residential canals. They do this to escape the harsh conditions on the open flats. This article cover the lures, locations, and tactics that will help anglers catch more winter snook.
Spanish mackerel are an underrated game fish. They are very fast, aggressive, beautiful, and taste great. Mackerel are found in good numbers along the southeast coastline. This article includes all of the information an angler will need to catch plenty of Spanish mackerel.
Jack crevalle are perhaps pound for pound the hardest fighting inshore game fish. They also grow quite large, to over 30 pounds. Jacks are very aggressive and hit artificial lures with gusto. They often times are found schooled up and feeding voraciously on the surface.
Redfish are an extremely popular saltwater inshore game fish. They are found from Texas to Maryland. Reds are caught by anglers using both live and artificial baits. Redfish tournaments occur regularly in the South. This article covers a bunch of helpful information on catching redfish.
Speckled trout are arguable the most popular saltwater inshore game fish. This article helps anglers understand the locations, baits, seasons and more.
This is another article on the fishing Ladies blog that focuses on snook, the premier inshore game fish species in Florida.
Fishing Ladies freshwater articles
Many of our Fishing Ladies prefer freshwater fishing. The site has articles on species and locations from all over the country and beyond. Anglers will find information and some great pics on all of the premier freshwater game fish along with techniques and locations.
Happy lives in Nashville, Tennessee and loves to fish. Her favorite species is striped bass. However, she is a very well rounded angler. This article shares the species along with tips and best locations to catch them.
This long, comprehensive article covers all of the aspects of walleye fishing. It has information on tackle, lures, baits, seasons, and more. Trolling is covered extensively as this is a top walleye technique. The best walleye fishing spots are covered as well.
Northern freshwater anglers are very familiar with smallmouth bass. This article covers the tips and techniques used to catch smallmouth bass. The emphasis is on using artificial lures for these terrific game fish. Top smallmouth bass fishing spots are listed as well.
Catfish have become extremely popular, and for good reason! They grow very large, reaching weights of over a hundred pounds. Our Fishing Ladies are catfish experts and share their tips on baits, rigs, locations, and more.
This article is a bit different. It covers salmon fishing in Scotland. This is a very challenging, yet rewarding, style of fishing. Anglers fortunate enough to land one will never forget the experience.
This article is a list of the to freshwater game fish in North America. There are many different species and the top 27 were highlighted. This article has information on each species including baits, tackle, techniques, locations and more. There are a TON of great pictures as well.
This articles focuses on northern pike, a top freshwater game fish. Most anglers target pike using artificial lures. Ice fishing for pike is very popular as well. Northern pike put up a nice tussle and some anglers consider them good to eat.
Jocelyn lives in Manitoba and loves to fish. She loves to fish, both in open water and through the ice. She is very much a multi species angler and is well rounded. Fishing for so many species requires a lot of different techniques and Jocelyn shares them here.
Northern anglers love walleye! While they are fun to catch, many anglers value them for theit fillets. Walleye are perhaps the best tasting fish in freshwater. Brenda is from Minnesota and is an expert at catching walleye. She shares a ton of great information in this article.
Fawn lives in Missouri and fishes for crappie with her husband. They enter tournaments and Fawn also has a website that features some original apparell. Anglers can learn some great crappie fishing tips here as well as links to Fawn’s sites.
Jennifer lives in North Georgia, near the town of Blue Ridge. She fishes mostly with her boyfriend, who guides fly anglers on area streams. This article covers the tackle, fly patterns, seasons, and locations for fishing the north Georgia streams.
Laceo loves catching big catfish! She is hard core and will spend an entire night in bad weather waiting for a trophy cat. She shares some great tips and pictures and fishing the Trinity River in Texas.
Guppy lives on Lake Conroe, Texas. She runs a bait shop and her husband offers guided fishing trips. They also invented a great commercial catfish bait, Catfish Bubblegum. Anglers can find links to all of their businesses as well as some great tips in this article.
Melissa loves ice fishing! She lives in Wisconsin and ice fishing is a family affair. Her husband and three girls are all enthusiastic anglers. She shares some great tips on the tackle, lures and baits, and patterns for anglers targeting crappie through the ice.
The water that flows through dame create what is known as “tailwaters”. These can be terrific spots to fish for a number of reasons. Many different species will congregate at the base of dams to feed. This article covers the techniques that will help anglers be more successful when fishing tailwaters.
Abby lives in Wisconsin and loves to fish the Wisconsin River. She takes most of the species, but especially enjoys catching smallmouth bass. She shares her knowledge of the river including baits and lures, seasons, and species.
Kiera really known the fishing on the north shore of lake Michigan and the surrounding rivers. Her boyfriend guides and she fishes with him often. The Duluth area offers some great fishing action and Kiera covers the species, techniques, and seasons so that anglers can be more successful fishing the North Shore of Michigan.
Kate lives in north Florida and is a bass fishing pro. She fishes tournaments and also guides on prestigious Bienville Plantation. Largemouth bass spawn in the winter in Florida and tactics need to change. Kate goes over the techniques needed to catch them.
Joanna is a catfish fanatic. She lives in Ohio and really enjoys catching catfish, especially big ones. She goes through the baits, tackle, rigs, and locations that will help Ohio anglers catch more fish.
Aimee is a serious angler who lives in the Sacramento, California area. She loves to fish and targets striped bass and salmon. These fish are both migratory species. Aimee goes through the seasonal migrations and also covers the baits and tackle needed to catch striped bass and salmon.
Jackie fished Lake Murray, S.C. with her husband. They offer guided fishing trips on the lake. They primarily target striped bass, but do catch other species as well. Anglers will find some great information and pictures in this article.
Stacy has just recently got the fishing bug. While new to the sport, she is hooked! In this article, she talks about her experiences joining a bass club and learning the sport as a novice angler.
Ann lives in Billings, Montana and is an expert catfish angler. She fishes catfish tournaments throughout the area. She is very familiar with one of the best catfish rivers in North America; the Red River. She covers all of the baits, rigs, and locations needed to be successful fishing the red river.
Kylie is new to fly fishing. She recently was awarded to trip to Alaska to fish for salmon and trout and learn about the environment. She documents that trip in this article while also covering the flies and tactics that produced fish.
Meleah is a tournament bass angler living in Oklahoma. The state of Oklahoma has several famous lakes and many rivers that offer excellent fishing. Meleah shares her favorite baits and techniques for anglers targeting largemouth, smallmouth, and striped bass in Oklahoma.
Novice angler Stacy shares a story about her first fishing experience. While not exactly successful, it started het hjourney!
Florida offers anglers some excellent fishing for panfish in freshwater lakes and rivers. The shallow waters are ideal panfish habitat. This article covers the baits as well as the top Florida panfish spots.
Crappie are a very popular freshwater fish throughout the United States. They are fun to catch and are terrific eating! Crappie tournaments have become quite popular. Florida offers some excellent crappie fishing. This article covers the techniques and locations to help anglers catch more Florida crappie.
Miscellaneous Fishing Articles
Jenny is our South Florida resident expert. She was born and raised there and shares her years of experience. Most of the information focuses on the fabulous offshore fishing opportunities.
This fun post is a list of the top 12 Fishing Ladies contributors. It has links to their social media accounts as well as the articles that they are featured in. Enjoy the pics and articles!
Stephanie is very familiar with the fishing, both freshwater and saltwater, in Texas. She loves to fish and shares her secrets that will help anglers catch more fish, from crappie to redfish!
Florida calls itself the “Fishing capital of the world”. It is hard to argue with that statement. Florida offers anglers opportunities all year long on a variety of species. The Fishing Ladies highlight each species along with some tips and techniques to help catch them.
Tracy is our Fishing Ladies Southern California pro. She loves to fish and is definitely a multi-species angler. She covers the entire scene, from freshwater to saltwater. Anglers will find tips for both shore fishing and boat fishing.
Kelly shares some fantastic information on choosing a fishing kayak. Fishing kayaks have special requirements that need to be taken into account. Kelly covers everything needed to get started kayak fishing.
Brandy lives near Richmond, Virginia. She is very much in tune to the river fishing scene. She fishes the James and other local area rivers, but the techniques she shares will produce all throughout the country.
Bowfishing is gaining in popularity throughout the United States. Florida offers anglers many bowfishing opportunities with it’s abundance of shallow water and invasive fish species.
Striped bass are a terrific game fish. They are unusual in that they can thrive in both salt and fresh water. Striped bass have been stocked in many lakes throughout the country. This article covers all of the aspects of striped bass fishing.
Jigs are a very simple, yet extremely effective artificial lure. They are versatile and catch just about every species that swims. This article covers the different types of jigs and the techniques used to catch fish.
Florida offers anglers many fly fishing opportunities. This article covers the tackle, flies, techniques, and locations that will help novice anglers get started in the sport of fly fishing.
In conclusion, this Fishing Ladies article list has links to all of the articles on the site. Which is your favorite fishing article?