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Phil Schweik

With all of the rain we had this past week I really didn’t think the fishing was going to be that great. But instead we were able to take advantage of the high water and we located pockets that were just loaded with fish. To be honest this past week was one of the best [Read more…]

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Why You Should Be Throwing Rattle Baits Right Now

Spring is an interesting time for fishing. Sure, there are a TON of fish swimming around up in the shallows, but they move around a lot based on changing weather patterns and available forage.   One day they’re here, and tomorrow they’re gone!   You need a good search bait to comb through water quickly [Read more…]

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Top Search Bait Options for Finding Spring Fish

It’s tough to find fish schooled up heavily this time of year, as most fish are in the post-spawn pattern, heading out to their early summer areas. Now more than ever, it’s important to use presentations that can be fished fast and can cover water quickly. These are a few of our favorite options for [Read more…]

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Jeff Evans

May showers bring June flowers. That’s how it goes for us in northern Wisconsin! We’ve been in a cold and wet weather pattern over the past week. Lots of rain and lots of northeast winds have made things a bit challenging, but even the fish figured out that they have to eat sometime! Terry Peterson [Read more…]

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The Best Places to Fish in Michigan — Right Now!

Michigan is a multi-species fishing paradise, with it’s vast array of Great Lakes and inland angling opportunities. It’s never a dull day in the Wolverine State, especially in spring when the fish are up shallow chasing baitfish.   These are a few of the best places to fishing right now according to the state’s top [Read more…]

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Jarrid Houston

Jarrid Houston (Houston’s Guide Service) shares the latest fishing report from Duluth/Superior area of Minnesota and Wisconsin for late May.

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Fish Respond to Changing Seasonal Condition, Not Dates on a Calendar

Nothing is random in the underwater world, especially when it comes to fish behavior.   Fish are either responding to instincts like the need to spawn, feed, or seek safety — or environmental stimuli like seasonal changes, weather, moon phase, or water temperature.   Most times, fish are responding to it all: instinct and ecology [Read more…]

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