Jeremy Smith

Jeremy Smith is co-host of Lindner’s Angling and Fishing Edge TV.
Jeremy has been fishing since he was old enough to hold a rod and reel. From an early age his passion for fishing as never stopped growing. He has an education from Gustavus Adolphus College (Biology/Business) and Bemidji State University (Education). Throughout the summers of his college years, Jeremy was a fishing guide in northern Minnesota, specializing in musky fishing. Upon graduating from college he bypassed using his education to become an educator and dove head first into the fishing business.


Phone: 218-829-9500


Post Archive
The Best Rod, Reel & Line for Jerkbait Fishing

The spinning reel vs. baitcaster debate has raged on for years and years. Some presentations have obvious answers: dropshots require spinning equipment, deep crankbaits require baitcasting gear.   Other presentations aren’t nearly as cut-and-dry, coming down to the personal preference of the fisherman. One of the most hotly contested areas of this debate is jerkbait [Read more…]

Explore Alexandria

So what do you do when you hear about a hot panfish bite on a lake you’ve never fished before. It can be a daunting task if you need to break down a lake without any prior experience on it. Whether you’re chasing crappies or big sunfish, there are a few things you can do [Read more…]


Electronics have revolutionized fishing in so many ways, and ice fishing is no exception. It wasn’t that long ago when we were using landmarks on shore to lineup spots, then drilling dozens of holes to find that “spot on the spot”. It was a lot of work! Today, we have access to a whole host [Read more…]

Lake Winnie

Jeremy Smith (Lindner’s Angling Edge) shares the latest fishing report from beautiful Eagle Lake in Northwest Ontario, Canada for early September.

Smooth Moves

Jeremy Smith brings a Central Minnesota Buzz Bite Report for the week of December 28 – January 3, 2015.


Using the right rod length and action makes ice fishing for walleyes comfortable and effective, whether you’re tucked inside a shelter or exposed to the elements.

Off Shore Tackle Tile

Different line types excel for specific ice fishing tactics. Here are some common sense tips for choosing between monofilament and braided superlines.


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