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Basin Crappie Fishing

Winter is finally here, and it’s time for rods of a shorter variety. Panfish, and crappies in particular, are some of the most targeted species throughout the hard water season.   In general, crappies are a relatively nomadic species and can be found across countless types of structure throughout a body of water. This includes [Read more…]

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Experiment with a variety of options, ranging from subtle live bait presentations to aggressive jigging lures, to determine which system crappies respond to best on any given day.

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Musky guide Doug Wegner shares a few helpful tips for catching heavily pressured muskies, including a few of his all-time favorite lures for these kinds of conditions.     For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:

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Water clarity and sunlight can have a dramatic impact on what presentations and colors walleye are likely to feed on. In this video, Joel Nelson breaks down when and where he uses various jig colors when he’s chasing walleye depending on the current conditions.     For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube [Read more…]

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Dialing in the correct crankbait color can mean the difference between a good day and a great day. Fishing guide Brad Hawthorne is a walleye crankin’ fanatic, and this is how he uses custom colored crankbaits to discover walleye color preferences quickly in various fishing conditions.     For more videos like this, Subscribe to [Read more…]

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Fall Crappie Fishing

As we approach another change in season, another change in fish patterns follows. Crappies are often revered as a viable target only during the spring and winter months. Overlooking the fall crappie bite is a mistake made by far too many anglers.   This time of year, as average temperatures drop, the crappies will push [Read more…]

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If you want to catching MORE fish, you need to be using your electronics to cover water and FIND fish instead of casting or jigging aimlessly. Don’t fish spots. Don’t fish memories. Don’t guard your hole. Don’t sit around waiting for the fish to come to you.   Thanks Brad Hawthorne for the sound advice! [Read more…]

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