Float Tube Fishing Tips

Tips specifically related to fishing from a float tube.

Fly Fishing for Big Smallmouth on the Upper St. Croix River

Welcome back to another article/video and once again I am on the Upper St. Croix River, fly fishing for big smallmouth. If you watched my most recently posted video of me fly fishing with my buddy Frank … then in this video we take off where we left the stream (Schoen Park) and travel 4 […]

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Float Tube Instruction

Maybe you are one of the many fishermen that have seen others in a float tube or have seen float tubers on TV or on YouTube; however, you just don’t know if one of these ‘contraptions’ is for you? How productive would it be…can I actually fish from this ‘thing’…how well would I be able […]

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Legalities of Using a Float Tube for Fishing

A recent situation prompted me to write the following e-mail regarding the legalities of float tube fishing … Greetings, I am a high school teacher and avid fly fisherman who lives in Owen County. A friend of mine who has a float tube (as I do) recently went to Spring Mill to partake in the […]

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The Perfect Time for a Float Tube

If you are one of the many that has contacted me over the past few months in regards to float tube fishing…there is no better time than right now to act. The folks at The Creek Company have a new run of float tubes that will be ready for shipment on April 15th; I know […]

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Get Your Float Tube On

It is mid-February here in Indiana, light fluffy snow-flakes are flying…but all I can think about is the next few months when the weather starts to cooperate and once again I am ‘back in the saddle’ atop my Creek Company ODC 420 float tube. For some the idea of a float tube is foreign. For […]

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Dive Boots For Float Tubers

Hey fellow float tubers…how do you get from your vehicle to the waters that you are about to float/fish? I am not sure how you go about it….but through the last 10-12 years I have suffered through several options. Now I must admit that I am a bit lazy here…I don’t like to put wading […]

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