Entries for December 2007
Let's get right to it-your best shot at a true trophy pike these days is on remote waters, and ice-out is prime time.
Back when the concept of catch-and-release wasn’t the religion it is today, Chuck Kraft and his friends would gladly take a fillet knife to some of the biggest trout they caught.
If you’ve ever wondered how fish react to fishing pressure, a new study on brown trout offers tantalizing clues.
Of all the panfish species, crappies are the least structure oriented.
It was a typical muggy July afternoon in central Illinois when my 6-year-old son, Taylor, asked if we could go fishing.
Spring crappies can make anybody a hero. But come summer, steadily locating slabs can be frustrating.
Bedfishing bluegills can be ridiculously easy. Find the right nesting colony and you can rack up big numbers of spawn-minded sunfish by drop-shotting, float rigging and simply dragging bait along bottom.
Of all the things that will hurt your tow vehicle's fuel efficiency, running on underinflated tires is the most common problem—and the most easily fixed.
More anglers are finding value in ATV power, whether it's for backcountry transport, pulling docks or moving boat trailers.
The list of standard equipment includes Lowrance’s X-135 in-dash sonar and a 15-volt, three-bank charger.