Beat “stay-in-place”-induced cabin fever by targeting rough fish in a hard-running river near you. Some of my first fishing memories are of digging worms, grabbing a rod and reel, some heavy sinkers, a few hooks, and then biking down to the local river to catch carp and suckers with my brothers. This entertained us and…Read more
About: Jason Revermann
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Every year, many anglers can’t wait to tackle early ice to work the first hot bite. If you want to set the hook on some fresh-ice fish, then here are a few items I consider must-haves.First, own and bring an ice chisel. When used properly, you can quickly check ice conditions as you venture out. Knowing the condition…Read more
First ice is kind of like opening day for open-water walleye anglers. You mostly must rely on last year’s experiences. That’s how I start. I’ll use lures that provided success in the past, but I also always have two or three other rods rigged up with alternate offerings. Second, I always drop down a live…Read more
Ice fishing will be here before you know it and paying attention to ice gear now can save you dollars and headaches when colder temps arrive. Start by maintaining the batteries for your ice fishing electronics. Charge them and note any batteries that have drained down; they’ll probably need replacing before the hardwater season arrives.…Read more
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