Spring Crappies

Panfish continually rank as one of the most commonly targeted species in the U.S., and in northern waters, their popularity exceeds that of even largemouth and smallmouth bass. If panfish are popular, then crappies are the undisputed heavyweight champion of the group. They have become increasingly sought after nationwide as new people are introduced to [Read more…]

Jig Fishing in Spring Tony Roach

When it comes to jig fishing, the baits I use are about as diverse as the bodies of water I fish. One of my favorite go-to techniques is pitching a simple swimbait. It’s a dynamite presentation for pitching and ripping in a variety of different conditions, from shallow weeds to deep rocks and everything in [Read more…]

Proven Walleye Hammer - Lipless Crankbaits

No doubt about it, lipless crankbaits are one of the most versatile tools available for catching walleyes, and they are still underused, despite being a mainstay in most of our tackle boxes.   The great thing about rattle baits is their ability to fish so many different depth levels. Traditionally, a rattle baits is simply [Read more…]

Spring Jerkbait Fishing

Smallmouths never met a jerkbait they didn’t like. However…they definitely like some jerkbaits, and certain color patterns, better than others! Come prepared, and prepare for battle!

Walleye Underwater - Bill Lindner

Photo by Bill Lindner   Winter is finally coming to an end and everyone is chomping at the bit to get out on open water. Luckily, there are some amazing river walleye opportunities for those of you who aren’t patient enough to wait for the ice to melt on the lakes. This happens to be [Read more…]

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Livebait vs. Artificials

Livebait vs. artificials — the debate rages on! While some folks like to feature themselves are pure bait guys or pure plastic guys, the “optimal” answer probably lies somewhere in-between. At least that’s what we gathered from some of the top ice pros in our region.     For more videos like this, Subscribe to [Read more…]

Spoon Hacks Walleyes

By Joel Nelson   Brad Hawthorne has amassed more time on the water in the past decade than just about any ice-fishing guide out there. With stints on Minnesota’s Mille Lacs, Upper Red Lake, and Lake of the Woods, there are few stones he’s left unturned in terms of ice presentations that work for walleyes, [Read more…]


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