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No doubt about it, whitefish are an extremely underrated sport fish. They are fun to catch, but also fairly challenging. In this video, James Lindner shares a few strategies for getting them to bite. James Lindner also encounters an aggressive “whitey” with Mike Hehner that follows a Jigging Rap from the bottom, all the way [Read more…]

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Travel Manitoba (Square)


Topwater lures can be extremely effective for targeting smallmouth bass — not just numbers, but big ones, too! For this application, there are four primary topwater lure styles to consider: prop baits, poppers, jump baits and wake baits.   All of these baits can be worked around cover or in open water, whether you’re on [Read more…]

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Hawk Lake TIle


This is episode #5 of AnglingBuzz TV 2018.   For the fifth episode of AnglingBuzz TV, we’re talking brown bass, smallmouth, bronzebacks, small jaws, etc. with James Lindner. Populations have been booming for these phenomenal fighters here in ‘Buzz Country over the past decade or so, and the fishing is better now than it’s ever [Read more…]

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Off Shore


River catfish can be fairly predictable to isolate and catch in rivers due to the current setting them up in very specific locations. Jim Lindner explains how he finds good spots that hold catfish and how he goes about catching them.     For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:

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Bucktail Jig


Video by James Lindner   Throughout the winter months, there are a variety of different locations to catch bluegills. You’re going to catch a lot of them along the weed edges during the early ice period. As the season progresses, a lot of those fish will move out towards the deeper basins, Pay attention to [Read more…]

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James Lindner (Lindner’s Angling Edge) shares the latest fishing report from Lake Minnetonka in southern Minnesota for late November, the last few days of musky season in the state.

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Travel Manitoba (Square)


Does color really matter when you’re choosing lures? Well, that’s really the million dollar question, now isn’t it. Many accomplished anglers will say that lure color is unimportant and that bait profile, presentation speed and depth level are much more prevalent. Others will argue that lure color is critically important in several different situations.   [Read more…]

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