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…]
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…]
Finding our most important fishing tools quickly (and without any extra exercise) has never been so easy thanks to Jason Rylander and his appropriation of one of the greatest inventions of the 1980’s. This storage system will help you be more efficient on the water, and it looks good too! 🔥 For more [Read more…]
Josh Hagemeister (Minnesota Fishing Guide Service) shares the latest fishing report from central Minnesota for early August.
Each and every spring, crappies seem to occupy the minds of every fisherman under the sun. Springtime crappies pile into the shallows with intentions of creating the future generations. Typically, these mass schools of fish are followed closely by schools of fishermen with intentions of reliving their childhood memories. As the season progresses, the [Read more…]
By: Joel Nelson If crappies kick off the spring season, then bluegills certainly endcap it and extend the popularity of panfishing well into the summer months. Their sheer abundance and position towards the relative bottom of the gamefish food chain makes them readily available to most anglers in almost all portions of the U.S. [Read more…]
Nick Lindner recently got out on a public lake with Joel Nelson & Brandon Eder targeting BIG BLUEGILLS. It was a simple tube jig and bobber bite in the reeds on an overcast day…and the fish were hungry! For more videos like this, Subscribe to my YouTube channel:
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