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October, 2022

  • 28 October

    African Jewelfish Micro Fishing Identification Guide for the Colorful Florida Invasive Cichlids

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    Buy your Art of Micro Fishing MICRO FISHING HOOKS now! Florida’s African Jewelfish Identification Debacle By David Parker and Tim Aldridge (A handful of African Jewelfish (Hemichromis bimaculatus) caught and photographed by Florida resident and multi-species angler Shane Cribbs) Of the thirteen currently recognized species of Jewel Fish/Cichlid (Hemichromis), there …

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  • 18 October

    Top Ten Shiner Species Found in a Piedmont North Carolina “Shiner Heaven”

    Shiner Heaven Top Ten Shiner Species Micro Fishing

    Buy your Art of Micro Fishing MICRO FISHING HOOKS now! “Shiner Heaven” By Tim Aldridge Rocky River Watershed-Piedmont Region, North Carolina. This beautiful stream is a tributary of the Rocky River, although the Pee Dee watershed is very close by as well.                 …

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  • 15 October

    Micro Fishing The New with the Old

    Buy your Art of Micro Fishing MICRO FISHING HOOKS now! Micro Fishing The New with the Old New River micro species, North Carolina, and Virginia. Geologically, one of the five oldest rivers in the world, the New River faces challenges each day to support the forty-six native fish species it …

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  • 15 October

    It’s All About the Micro Fish

    Buy your Art of Micro Fishing MICRO FISHING HOOKS now!   Below: A Freshwater Goby (Ctenogobius shufeldtti) poses for a quick photograph before being released. Gobies (Gobiidae) are a very large fish Family with more than 2000 species worldwide, however, most are small. Lifelisting is a fun “addiction”, more akin …

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  • 7 October

    Common Southeast Darters That Are Hard to Catch

    Pinewoods Darter by Tim Aldridge

    Buy your Art of Micro Fishing MICRO FISHING HOOKS now! Some of the more common Darters on the east coast are some of the most frustrating to catch. These thirteen micros all inhabit in the same range but live in different habitats. Blackwater, tannic and muddy streams are difficult to …

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April, 2022

  • 8 April

    Top Micro Fishing Methods for Catching Micro Suckers on Hook and Line

    Micro Fishing at Night for Micro Suckers

    Buy your Art of Micro Fishing MICRO FISHING HOOKS now! Suckers are often overlooked in modern fishing and micro Suckers are even more overlooked. Though tricky, micro Suckers can be caught by hook and line. We prefer nighttime headlamp micro fishing for the best results with micro Suckers as they …

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  • 5 April

    Member Appreciation Contest for The Art of Micro Fishing Members!

    10K Giveaway The Art of Micro Fishing

    Buy your Art of Micro Fishing MICRO FISHING HOOKS now! I have done the Giveaway for the 10,000 Members in the FB Group. The three winners have been contacted through the FB group. I want to let everyone know how great you are! keep on micro fishing. The Art of …

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  • 1 April

    Micro Fish Minnows in the Genus Pteronotropis

    Buy your Art of Micro Fishing MICRO FISHING HOOKS now! Genus Pteronotropis By Tim Aldridge Above: An “Eastern” Flagfin Shiner (Pteronotropis species) showing off brilliant hues of orange, red, yellow, black, and yellow. Minnows in the genus Pteronotropis are small, colorful, and aggressive when microfishing, however there is one caveat-finding …

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