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  No doubt about it, it’s hard not to get excited about summer muskies. They are big, aggressive and ready to eat! If you hate slow, lethargic finesse fishing, then now is the time to be on the water hunting for these monsters. To help you get the most out of your summer musky fishing [Read more…]

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Weed Walleyes in Summer

By Jim Edlund & AnglingBuzz staff   Historically, summer walleyes have been pigeon-holed as deep-water fish, the majority of anglers fishing the first major break line and deeper.   Big mistake.   Fact is, walleyes can be found shallow (15 feet and under) much of the summer – typically in or around vegetation on lakes, [Read more…]

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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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Here’s an inside look at what it takes to build a world class musky state. Jeremy Smith and Doug Shultz (MNDNR) break down the entire process of how muskies are stocked in Minnesota. The musky program in their home state is absolutely phenomenal when you look at the results they’ve been able to produce.   [Read more…]

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Summer Walleyes

  Many people misconceive summer walleyes as being lethargic and difficult to catch, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Summer is a great time to catch big walleyes, and you can target them a variety of different ways. To help you fully take advantage of the hot bites going on during the summer [Read more…]

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The underwater world is filled with edges. Physical changes in the underwater environment that focuses fish movement and behavior.   The shoreline is in effect the irregular edge of the lake where the domain of fish begins. Visible to both man above, and fish beneath the surface.   The bottom of the lake forms an [Read more…]

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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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