It’s funny – Bill Lindner is one of the few great fishermen we know that can set down a fishing rod long enough to capture some truly awesome fish footage. Most guys would’ve been slinging crappie jigs and bobbers here, but instead Bill busts out a new prototype Aqua-Vu cam to film some beautiful specs [Read more…]
Looking for another delicious way to prepare your catch for the table? Try this “Bluegill Slider” recipe from fish photographer and culinary extraordinaire Bill Lindner. #yummmm For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:
Fish are delicious, there’s just no way around it! Most of us love frying up a few fish every now and then, but it’s important to practice “selective harvest” if we want to sustain our fisheries over the long haul. That’s the topic we’re covering with our guest host Mike Hehner on episode #3 of [Read more…]
Leech Lake is a truly a multi-species hotbed, with excellent populations of walleye, bass, musky, panfish and more. The springtime bite can be especially exciting with hoards of fish swarming the shallows, just waiting to crush moving baits. For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:
Bill Lindner and David Rossow captured this awesome footage of Lake Superior kamloop trout gathering for their spring spawning run into the rivers along Minnesota’s North Shore. For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:
Will Pappenfus (EyeCrazy Guide Service) shares the latest fishing report from the Rainy River on the Minnesota/Ontario border for early April.
Crowded boat launches in the Green Bay, WI area signified the start of the walleye tournament season this week, along with active participation from anglers out for the enjoyment of the sport. The first warming trend of the Spring occurred this week, followed by a significant cool down for the weekend including some light [Read more…]
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