Written by: Captain Jim Klopfer Fall is a great time to be fishing Sarasota, Florida. The crowds are gone, the weather is pleasant, and the fish are biting! The changes are subtle, but fall does arrive in Florida. Shorter days and the change in the angle of the sun result in water temperatures dropping into […]
About Derek Horner
I am an avid bass fisherman and part of the ANGLR marketing team. I recently graduated from the Pennsylvania State University after being the team captain of the PSU Bass Fishing team for four years. I fish in tournaments nearly every weekend of the fishing season. I love to fish and have devoted my life to constant improvement with big goals to accomplish. I hope to help others improve and increase their knowledge along the way!
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The ANGLR Summer update is here to help you get through these dog days of summer. This update is focused on two main areas: A completely redesigned profile (now referred to as logbook) A brand new BackTrak feature Let’s dive in on this hot new release! Introducing a Completely Redesigned Profile Have you been told […]
For years and years, anglers have been caught off guard by windy conditions while out on the water. Whether it’s simply a 5 mph increase over what you expected, windy conditions will change the way bass and other species eat and stage on any given body of water. We will get into how wind affects […]
Anthony Cicero IV and Dakota Snyder, seniors at Elizabethtown High School, brought home the win Saturday, June 22nd in the 10th annual High School Fishing World Finals on Pickwick Lake in Alabama. On the final day of the 3-day event, the team weighed in a total of 16 pounds 6 ounces of bass, topping the […]
Written by: Captain Jim Klopfer Sarasota offers visiting anglers several different fishing opportunities. They can fish the inshore flats for action and variety, target snook in the backwaters, or go offshore for grouper and snapper. However, those seeking the ultimate challenge will try their hand at tarpon fishing. These fish average 75-pounds and tarpon up […]
Long before the days of down imaging sonar and mapping chips, anglers relied on a variety of tools to find depth change and contour lines. Whether it was using visual topographical cues or simply counting down a weight to the bottom, these old school tricks and tactics could only get them so far. When the […]
The ANGLR Spring update is one of the biggest releases we’ve ever introduced. This update is focused on three main areas: A 100% redesigned Gear area and features Six new Premium Map layers Two new Bullseye functions We’re going deep on this one. Let’s dive in! Introducing ANGLR Gear Have you been told you’re obsessive […]
Whether you are going to fish in a river, lake, or pond, there are a few tricks and techniques that you need to apply in order for you to have an awesome fishing experience. Among the things you are required to know includes the type of fish you are looking to catch and the different […]
What’s the Weekly Hookup? The weekly Hookup is a place where we will feature content from ANGLR Experts, users, tips and tricks, deals, and product updates… EVERY TUESDAY! Enjoy this Weekly Hookup! We Want You to Give us a DING! 🎯 ANGLR has been seeing an insane amount of anglers putting their Bullseye to work! […]
Anglers and boaters alike all know the struggle of changing out a boat propeller. Whether you’re removing the boat propeller for maintenance, or replacing the boat propeller for better performance and durability, this process can leave you frustrated and scratching your head. We’ve been there! So, we decided to help everyone out by giving you […]
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