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Underwater Minutes- Fish Species in North America

Few people realize that there are over 1,000 fish species swimming in North America’s fresh water.   According to angler surveys, largemouth and smallmouth bass are America’s most popular fish. Panfish in the form of crappies and bluegills take a close 2nd place. Catfish take up the 3rd spot, followed by the walleye’s huge following [Read more…]

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Last Ice on Lake of the Woods — Pike, Burbot & more!

Bill Lindner and the crew hit Lake of the Woods last week for a LAST ICE smash fest for pike, tullibee and even some bonus burbot. Farewell, hardwater!     For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:

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Welcome to episode #13 of #AskTheBuzz!   On this episode, I sit down with Brett McComas and we answer the following question:   1:03 – Is live bait always better than spoons or plastics for panfish and walleye? 4:24 – It seems like eelpout have really been growing in popularity in recent years. For someone [Read more…]

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Biologist Dick Sternberg was never really too concerned about zebra mussels until he started studying them a little bit more. They have been around for quite a while and everyone kind of knows about them, but there are a lot of things that zebra mussels will do that weren’t immediately obvious to Dick.   One [Read more…]

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Rivers are the lifeblood for farmers, communities and fisheries alike all across this great nation. They supply water for agriculture, to drink and for supporting all manner of aquatic life, including many popular angling species.   In areas where rivers are the only game in town, anglers usually fish them throughout the changing seasons. Yet [Read more…]

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Simple hook, line and sinker tactics produce big carp–although not just any setup will do. The right line, hooks and baits fool wary carp into biting. Then hang on tight!

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Carp are among the first species to move shallow in spring, typically in shallow, soft-bottomed bays. Spot them visually, or fish where muddy water betrays their presence. Anchor up, cast out, and enjoy!

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