Ice Fever and the Sweats

November 17, 2017

By definition, "Ice Fever" can be described as a euphoric disease which is only cured by the immediate drilling of holes and catching fish through the ice. Some anglers might call this disease

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Late Season Techniques for Fishing Rivers in the Everglades

November 2, 2017

Most people that know me know my target species is usually the tarpon. I chase them all over the West Coast of Florida, from Charlotte Harbor to the Florida

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Fall Catfish Efficiency

October 20, 2017

Most catfish anglers know that fall can be the right time for trophy channel cats, especially if there is moderate flow and cooperative temperatures. With a little flow, channel catfish will make a last push to gorge in preparation for winter. This is an upstream migration that occurs when the water temperatures begin to dip from 70 down to the mid-50s. In a perfect fall, this is a slow drop that takes 15-30 or more days to complete.

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TECH HELPS PALANIUK REALIZE HIS DREAM

October 9, 2017

When a kid dreams of hitting the home run that wins the World Series, then grows up and actually does it, where is “up” from there? The same question applies to Brandon Palaniuk in the world of professional bass fishing. As an 8-year old boy catching trout in his home state of Idaho, young Brandon had a very specific quest: To rise to highest ranks in B.A.S.S. and become the best-of-the-best.

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Atkins Had the Winning View at Lake Murray

October 9, 2017

After winning the 2017 Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Murray, FLW Tour rookie Justin Atkins reflected “I still feel like I’m in a dream and going to wake up soon.” To make that dream a reality, Atkins weighed in three 5-fish limits tipping the scales at 59 pounds, 4 ounces. Catching those bass meant he had to find them first. And to find them, he looked for something nobody else could seem to see: Cane piles.

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Walleyes Cast a Shadow on Opener

May 11, 2017

Walleyes Cast A Shadow on Opener Brian "Bro" Brosdahl Max, MNThe Minnesota Walleye Opener is Sat May 13th 2017. Anglers will be allowed to fish inland waters as well as Lake of The Woods, Rainy River and Rainy Lake. 

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Favorite Techniques for Spring Walleye

May 11, 2017

In the spring one of my favorite tactics is throwing a jerkbait over the top of fresh emergent weeds or shallow points. The key component to using this technique is using...

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Southern Minnesota Walleye Factories

May 11, 2017

If you are one of us who doesn't have a cabin up north or may beobligated to stay close to home for Mother's Day this weekend, good news! The opening weekend for walleye and northern pike looks to be very goodfor our lakes in Southern Minnesota! 

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Best Places to Fish This Walleye Opener

May 1, 2017

With the amount of rain, we had this spring, a good area to concentrate on will be lakes with feeder creeks. Get on the edges of the current, drop your  Minn Kota Talon and pitch jigs or throw crank baits. Even if the females are done spawning, the males will hang around those types of areas for weeks.Active hungry fish will always be around fresh water coming in.

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Techniques to Try During Opening Weekend

May 1, 2017

Crankbaits opening day? Absolutely! Walleyes will have completed spawning and they will be hungry.


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