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Fishing tips: How to prepare for a new-to-you lake

Fishing tips: How to prepare for a new-to-you lake

Research lake and river maps, review your GPS, prepare your tackle, and explore the DNR and other pertinent websites, so you can hit the water ready to fish.

August 2015
Five top fishing presentations for late summer bass

Five top fishing presentations for late summer bass

Largemouth and smallmouth bass won’t fall into a strict pattern in September, so have these five techniques in your angling arsenal.

August 2015
Boil your lake trout

Boil your lake trout

Consider a fish boil if you come home from your Great Lakes fishing trip with a load of lake trout.

August 2015
Fishing tips: make adjustments to get the most out of your fishing electronics

Fishing tips: make adjustments to get the most out of your fishing electronics

Learn how to set up your fishing electronics to become a more successful angler

July 2015
Make the time to go fishing

Make the time to go fishing

Anglers often must go out of their way to take time out of their busy schedules to enjoy a relaxing day of fishing.

July 2015
Improve fishing success by understanding predators and their prey

Improve fishing success by understanding predators and their prey

If pike and bass are present when you’re fishing for sunfish, the larger predators may push the panfish deep into the weeds

July 2015
Be the lure: Fishing plastics for bluegills and other panfish

Be the lure: Fishing plastics for bluegills and other panfish

Plastics have revolutionized modern fishing for largemouth and smallmouth bass, walleyes, and even pike and muskies. Don’t forget to use the new wave of angling plastics for panfish this summer.

June 2015
Summer slabs: Top tips for warm-weather crappies

Summer slabs: Top tips for warm-weather crappies

Post-spawn, “suspended” crappies intimidate too many freshwater anglers when simple approaches to targeting these panfish can produce thick, edible fillets.

June 2015
Should you buy a $300, $400, or $500 fishing rod?

Should you buy a $300, $400, or $500 fishing rod?

Experienced fishermen know today’s top angling rods employ high-tech components for incredible sensitivity and hooksets, and if you can afford them, they’ll boost your fishing prowess.

June 2015
Prevent spoilage by keeping fish cool this summer

Prevent spoilage by keeping fish cool this summer

From livewell to fillet table, properly handling freshwater gamefish can make or break your fish dinner.

June 2015
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