Fishing Tips

  • Ice fishing tips: important safety equipment for first ice ventures

    As the mercury drops, ice is beginning to form. This year we’ve been getting teased with cooler weather, but it just hasn’t stayed cold enough yet to form good ice. That will change soon and ice fishermen will begin to test and venture out on first ice. Ice is never…

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  • Fall walleye fishing tip: Go aggressive to target bigger fish

    Daylight hours are shorter and dropping temps are cooling off the lakes and rivers. Lake turnover has passed, and fish are feeding heavily during this time of ample forage. Now is the perfect time to employ more aggressive lures to target larger walleyes. During the past few years I have…

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  • Fall fishing tips – techniques to catch suspended autumn crappie

    Summer has ended, and falling water temps have activated a crappie feeding frenzy. First find fish, then dial in your presentation to catch a stringer of slab crappies. Locate suspended crappies with your electronics around points and on the outside edges of weedlines. Their location and activity will determine your tactics.…

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