Terry Tuma

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A fishing formula for walleye and pike opener 2015

A fishing formula for walleye and pike opener 2015

Developing an angling plan for the May 9 fishing opener in Minnesota will help place lunkers in the livewell

April 2015
Talking open water fishing line: Braid vs. fluorocarbon vs. monofilament

Talking open water fishing line: Braid vs. fluorocarbon vs. monofilament

Which angling line when? Use all three for the proper fishing application in a given sportfishing situation.

April 2015
Slab frenzy! Prime time for ice-out crappies 2015

Slab frenzy! Prime time for ice-out crappies 2015

Shallow fishing techniques for spring slabs are the norm, but check bay breaklines while watching water temperatures closely!

March 2015
Structure and top colors for super-late ice season crappies and bluegills [Video]

Structure and top colors for super-late ice season crappies and bluegills [Video]

With the end of hard water looming, “T3” catches an impressive mixed bag of panfish during the glorious warm-weather days of mid-March

March 2015
The toughest angling decision: When to leave fish… for fish!

The toughest angling decision: When to leave fish… for fish!

Tearing yourself away from a fair bite or spot to locate excellent action: a fishing necessity under prime conditions

February 2015
Bluegill size exposed! (Via your ice fishing spring bobber)

Bluegill size exposed! (Via your ice fishing spring bobber)

Watch your ice rod’s spring bobber to determine the weight of those sunfish nipping at your ice fishing bait

February 2015
A multi-species approach to mid- and late-ice fishing season locations

A multi-species approach to mid- and late-ice fishing season locations

Walleyes, bluegills, crappies, and pike face similar constraints as the mid-ice season of February unfolds

January 2015
Angling advice: Is it possible to think like a fish?

Angling advice: Is it possible to think like a fish?

Human consciousness can’t honestly relate to small-brained, cold-blooded creatures living in an entirely different environment. But we can study these amazing animals and apply what we learn to better fishing.

January 2015
Angling fact of life: The negative scent factor in ice fishing

Angling fact of life: The negative scent factor in ice fishing

Doesn’t matter which species – walleye, pike, perch, crappies or bluegills – fish detecting unnatural odors will cost you bites this winter

January 2015
Key to early season ice-fishing success: Avoid highly pressured fish

Key to early season ice-fishing success: Avoid highly pressured fish

Consider deep water for walleyes and panfish when anglers, ice augers, and noise drive fish from the December or January shallows.

December 2014
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