A year ago, my buddy Juan and I were looking at a rough weekend forecast. We discussed our potential fishing plans on the phone: "You think the river's gonna lock up by Saturday?" I prodded my fellow river addict friend. "I've saw the east shore getting slushy yesterday, but the west side was clean."
When fish are low in the water column, smart ice anglers know that bottom pounding and bottom scrounging are “go-to” presentations. Truly successful ice fishermen, however, know when to pound, when to scrounge, and when to combine the two to catch more walleyes, perch, bluegills and other gamefish. Here’s how to determine the best presentation every time.
Eariler this fall my good buddies and I went out on some old logging roads and dreged through some pretty wicked terrain to get to a great walleye lake.
This week I'll show you how to use a Frostee Jigging Spoon on a post-front bite.
The action has been good, and much fun, with the great conditions, yet, really whacking ‘em hasn’t been the case; that being said, no skunks either.
Winter's in full force, the fish have worked their way into deeper water than they were in at first ice.
Multi-lure rigs caused plenty of controversy during the past two years, but continue to grow in popularity with anglers across the country. Can acceptance be far behind?
When you think of high country Colorado you think trout, but typically that quintessential mountain stream, right? Well, start thinking reservoirs.
Great Lakes 2013 Brown Trout Steelhead Ice Fishing School will be Jan. 25, 2013 and Jan. 26, 2013. This Ice School is designed to teach angler's how to catch big browns and steelhead in the Great Lakes tributaries, marina's and harbors .
Seldom does the enjoyment of a fishing adventure equate to how much you spend