Ultimate Crappie Jigging – How It Works
Blog / 04/17/2014

Ultimate Crappie Jigging – How It Works By Mike Rustler, Author of The Mega Guide to Crappie Fishing   Jigging is one of the best ways to catch crappie in open waters. It’s simple, it’s fun and you don’t need a lot of expensive gear. Jigs are one of the most versatile groups of fishing lure, and make a great choice for a whole range of predatory species. Crappie are no exception – you can get excellent results with a jig. The big question is what kind of jig? There are many, ranging from a simple jig head to an elaborate three-ringed rig with multiple sinkers and tails. Many crappie anglers even combine fresh or live bait with artificial lures. There are enough possible combinations that it would take a book to cover them all – in fact there are books on the subject – but here you’ll find the essentials you need to get you jigging for crappie. First let’s look at the issue of artificial lures. Live bait is excellent for crappie, so many anglers wonder why they should use a plastic or metal lure when a live minnow is so effective. The short answer is both have…

How to Train For a Marathon – Setting a Foundation For Success
Blog / 03/14/2014

How to Train For a Marathon – Setting a Foundation For Success By Jago Holmes   For any potential marathoner, how to train for a marathon will be a key question that needs a useful answer. If you’ve always wanted to run a marathon, but you’ve never really been competent at running, this needn’t mean that you necessarily can’t do it. It’s quite rare if not ever unheard of that anyone gets good at anything before they’ve even tried it. Did the worlds finest violinist become a virtuoso prior to even holding a bow? What about the top tennis player in the world, brilliant before even hitting a ball, I really doubt it. They probably didn’t even display any sort of real talent for many months or even years of PRACTICE. Running essentially doesn’t require any real ability. Practically anyone who is able bodied and in decent health has the capability to run. But to go that step beyond and become proficient at it needs constant training and regular practise. Be WARNED, you won’t be able to complete a marathon if you adhere to a unstructured training regime. Here are 4 simple strategies you can adopt – Train Clever Yes,…

How to Save Money Building Your Own Boats
Blog / 03/05/2014

learn How to Keep Money Constructing Your Personal Boats For aquatic activities fans, boats are a lovely factor to have. Whether you love fishing, skiing, canoeing, kayaking or just cruising, having your individual boat puts you answerable for the place and in case you have enjoyable on the water. The problem is, after all, that boats will also be very expensive. However, if you have some carpentry skills, some free time and love working with your hands, you can save cash by way of building a boat your self! The Web is a great useful resource for boat plans. Lots can be discovered on the Internet and lots of of them are free. Whether or not you are interested in constructing a canoe, motorboat, sail boat or a small boat, free designs for them can also be found on the Internet. There are even plans that can exhibit you how you can build a rowboat in eight hours! Together with boat-building plans, the Web can be a super useful resource for finding out all different components of boat building, including which glues to use and which supplies work very best for which boats. You can even discover a sail calculator,…

MyBoatPlans – The Easiest Way to Build Your Boats
Blog / 11/29/2013

MyBoatPlans – The Easiest Way to Build Your Boats   Have you been thinking about building your own boat, but think it may be too much hassle? Don’t give up on your dream just yet! It is true that boat plans can be pretty complicated. No matter how passionate or enthusiastic you may be about having a boat made by your own hands, it won’t make up for being stuck with a design you simply cannot follow. Luckily for you, there’s MyBoatPlans. Master Boat Builder Martin Reid shares his 17 years of boat building experience with you on this site. Having developed a passion for boats and “all things marine” as a child, his father bought him his first boat plan on his twelfth birthday. Years later, upon the rediscovery of that first boat after his father’s death, he decided to try his hand at building the “real thing” and bought his first set of designs for a very basic dinghy. His excitement soon turned to disappointment as he realized the designs simply weren’t easy to understand. After a lot of hard work, countless hours and guessing, he ended up with a half-finished boat he could do nothing with. He…

Boat Building Plans – What You Must Know Before Choosing One
Blog / 11/22/2013

Boat Building Plans – What You Must Know Before Choosing One Building your own boat can be cheaper than buying a manufactured boat. It can also be a great hobby for anyone who has some basic carpentry experience and enjoys working with their hands. A boat that you have made yourself can be a thing of pride and beauty and something to treasure for years to come. Of course, it takes a good deal of time and, though not as much as you would spend on a pre-made boat, a decent amount of money. Considering this, you certainly don’t want to just jump in and start such a project without the proper knowledge and the perfect boat plan. The Internet is full of boat plans. Many companies sell boat plans for a small price. However, they aren’t all worth the price. A lot of plans found online are quite old, so the finished boat could be an older design which might have several technical faults in the hull construction. The simplicity and convenience of using the Internet to find a boat plan won’t matter if you end up with a plan that will not work for you. You cannot know…

How To Break 80 and Shoot Like the Pros Review
Blog / 11/05/2013

How To Break 80 and Shoot Like the Pros Review   Attention golfers: Amazingly simple secrets shave at least 7 strokes from your game and add 50 to 70 yards to your tee shots… guaranteed! Imagine the look on your friends’ faces as you step up to the tee and crush a long, towering drive… straight down the middle of the fairway… easily going 50 yards past ANY of their shots. And imagine as they stand there in envy as you chip it onto the green and sink a 31 foot putt for birdie. They’ll be dying to know your secrets… The book is called How To Break 80 and Shoot Like the Pros! and it’s your fast-track education with step-by-step techniques that will dramatically improve your game… WITHOUT all the ups and downs of traditional trial and error. You’ll learn the exact steps and specific directions to help you shave 7 to 10 strokes off your next round of golf… and you don’t have to spend more than one hour to learn it. And you’ll do it WITHOUT having to spend the big bucks that you might pay if you hired a pro instructor. Since this book was written…

How To Start Running When Out of Shape – 3 Simple Tips
Blog / 09/24/2013

How To Start Running When Out of Shape – 3 Simple Tips By Jago Holmes   If you’re a little overweight and haven’t done any type of exercise for a while, but you’re determined that you’re going to use running as your main tool for getting fitter, then this is how to start running when out of shape. The advice you’ll read here does vary somewhat from the usual method of starting to run, but if you’re quite out of shape, then you need to be very careful as to how you approach this: – #1 You’re going to have to improve your diet to help you lose weight, you should never rely purely on either exercise or diet alone to solve your problems, instead adopt a strategy for both areas at the same time. This is the fast track and long term way to lose weight and keep it off. A simple technique is to reduce the processed foods in your diet and instead replace with wholesome, fresh meals that you’ve prepared from scratch yourself. #2 You’re going to have to approach this as a long term plan, not a quick fix that you’ll have completed in a few…

Golf Beginner Guide Review
Blog / 09/19/2013

Golf Beginner Guide Review   Do you want to learn golf quickly and efficiently? Several qualified golf teaching professionals have put together the most comprehensive Golfing Manual available for Beginner Golfers. This learning manual will help them play their best game – with no fluff or hype but all the needed facts and knowledge – for less than a lesson from a reputable teacher, and in just 5 days or less. The instructors have compiled everything you need to improve your game and learn the right way from the beginning. 272 pages of great information have been assembled to teach you the game from the ground up. You can take a look at the Table of contents and see for yourself on the sales page itself. You’ve probably seen this, there are a million products out there promising to make you a better golfer. Reality is, you can buy all the special clubs and fancy balls you can afford (or even ones that you can’t) and still never actually improve as a golfer. The focus of this book is making you a better golfer by teaching you about all the important aspects of the game from the ground up. In…

Simple But Effective Turkey Hunting Tactics Used Today
Blog / 09/04/2013

Simple But Effective Turkey Hunting Tactics Used Today   This is a well-known kind of sport. It is fun and really exciting to undertake. In fact, plenty of states allow it; and a number of hunters engage in this sport every spring and fall. But for those who are not in the know, it involves tracking down and capturing or killing a wild fowl, specifically the North American Wild Turkey. And the history of this sport can be traced back to the time prior to the arrival of the European colonizers. The Native Americans have been hunting such wild fowls even before they were taken over. Nevertheless, the sport developed and the turkey hunting tactics have been ubiquitous these days. Basically, there are a couple of methods that hunters typically use today. These are stalking and calling. Stalking is actually what hunters may call the most unproductive tactic. It involves the pursuit of the prey in a surreptitious manner. This entails a hunter to move real quietly and slowly after his quarry. However, stalking can also be dangerous, especially if it is done on public property. For instance, a hunter that moves or walks in the woods can possibly attract…

The Complete Soccer Athlete
Blog / 08/18/2013

The Complete Soccer Athlete By Clayton Rosario   During the 16 years that I’ve been coaching youth soccer, I’ve had the fortune to see many great players develop and I’ve observed the qualities that are necessary to excel at this sport. Many young players are happy just to show up and play simply for the love of the game, which is fantastic. However, this article is for those athletes who dream of taking their game to the next level; for the player who wants to become the complete soccer athlete. My primary focus in coaching soccer at the youth level has always been “Technique, technique, technique.” A strong player needs to be technically skilled with both feet, and be able to apply those skills appropriately on the field. Good ball control and the ability to read the play are essential. To be a well rounded player, you also need to be fit, athletic, fast, and mentally focused. Technique is something that can be coached, and something that I’ve become very proficient at coaching over the years. Fitness and physical conditioning are other aspects that a coach or trainer can develop in their players by implementing regimented athletic conditioning programs. But…