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.



Website: http://www.anglingedge.com

Phone: 218-829-9500

Email: jeremy@lindnermedia.com




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When you’ve got a big mess of perch to clean, it pays to step up from your traditional fillet knife. In this video, Jeremy Smith demonstrates how to fillet perch quickly and effectively with an electric knife.     For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:

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Eelpout/Burbot are really starting to catch on in popularity across the ice belt. They are fun to catch, but also make for some excellent table fare. Jeremy Smith demonstrates how to prepare his famous Pout Pasta recipe from start to finish.     For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:

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Drilling holes in a permanent fish house can be a messy proposition if you aren’t geared up correctly. An electric auger and a Catch Cover slush bucket will keep the air pure and your floors free of slush.     For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:

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Some folks love waking up to a fresh cup of joe, but making coffee in an ice house is easier said than done. Traditional coffee makers can be taxing on the generator and limits the amount of electricity you can use on other items without blowing fuses. In this video, Jeremy Smith demonstrates a simple [Read more…]

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Most folks use traditional straight-edge blades to clean walleye, but electric powered knives can speed things up when you’re cutting big fish or processing large numbers of Walters.     For more video tips like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:

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Isolating and catching deepwater crappies in the basin isn’t terribly difficult – they stick out like a sore thumb on your electronics and where you find one, there’s usually more. If you’re chasing panfish in 25+ feet of water, barotrauma and delayed mortality become serious considerations. It’s safe to expect that fish caught within this [Read more…]

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The key to catching muskies with livebait is having “lively” bait. The best way to ensure liveliness is choosing good healthy minnows and making sure you don’t severely injure them with treble hooks. Jeremy Smith has refined his sucker rigging methods over the years, and this the solution he currently employs.     For more [Read more…]

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