This season’s late spring delayed ice-out and kept water temperatures cold across the northern tier of the Bass Belt. While this could cause some bass fans to forgo crankbaits in favor of finesse, they’re still a top option for putting fish in the boat.
This week I discuss how to fish a Lindy Rig in colder than normal spring water temperatures on Mille Lacs Lake in central Minnesota.
Wild onions (“ramps”) are among my favorite spring wild edibles. Much like a cross between an onion and garlic, they provide an earth-toned and yet spicy flavor base for soups, marinades, and dressings.
This week I travle to northern MN and head out on Lake of the Woods in seach of giant spring pike.
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Anglers put so much thought into what lures and rods they are going to bring on their next fishing trip, they usually forget about the essential items that all anglers should keep in their boat. Take a look at my top ten items all anglers should keep in their boat, so simple problems can be avoided and your day fishing, stays that way!
Just as any seafarer worth his salt has a cedar plank aboard ship, any fisherman with a grill should always have a cedar plank (available from most hardware and grocery stores) in his culinary arsenal.