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A huge and special thanks to Washington angler and baseball player extraordinaire Mr. Eric Koenig for his kick ass four piece jig installments all available right here on AAA!! Enjoy the final step. Making your own Jigs part 4 Tying the single bead rabbit fur jig Things you will need – Pre drilled 6mm bead […]

All Around Angler is a Trademarked name registered with the Federal Government. Any unauthorized use is strictly prohibited and is punishable by law. Dang. I’ve always wanted to say that! Now for the serious stuff… Two brothers and family friends of mine for my entire life graced me with their presence on a guided, coached […]

Mista Koenig drops another Triple A contribution #AAAProStaff Making Jigs Part 3: Materials Now that you have your painted jig heads – whether you painted them yourself or went the easy route and bought them, it’s time to talk about the types of materials. I stick to about three materials when tying jigs but I […]

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Here’s a couple recent tips and tricks and a shout to some strong sponsor partners….

Author: Vince Froehlich / North Fork Angling LLC Die-hard drift fishermen cringe at the mere mention of deploying a bobber, but pounding the water with a float & fishing baits for salmon has become a go-to method for many guides and serious anglers in the PNW and Alaska. For good reason, it’s very productive in […]

Pro Staff writer All Around Angler: Eric Koenig represents Seattle, WA and is a new Special Contributor for AAA and it’s media outlets. Please welcome him as he will be providing us with five new pieces of content pretty much right off the bat. Thank you, Eric, and welcome! H3llcat Why make a journal? I […]

CLEARDRIFT FLOATS BLOWOUT SALE! Do you fish jigs and beads under a float for steelhead? Are you interested in procuring some of the best floats on the water for a blowout price of $2.30 per float? Yes, different sizes available. I thought so. Cleardrift Floats have been featured in more than 100 All Around Angler […]

The Reel Tech is Mr. John Strenk out of Medford, OR. Hi provides outstanding and comprehensive reel repair quicker and with more care than most. Shipping is simple: A flat rate box of reels that weighs a whole bunch can be sent via USPS Priority Flat for next to nothing and turned around just as […]

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