Growing up with a father that was passionate about the outdoors I knew that I would eventually pass that along to any children that I was to have.
The fall of the salmon fishery is almost unavoidable.
If you are like me, you probably have every different style of bait under the sun packed away neatly in little bins and containers.
Crankbaits are a great lure to start with for spring time bass.
Make sure to check out tungsten jigs to fish to your full potential
Are you ice fishing to your full potential? Odd question I guess, but think about it for a minute.
The world of sonar/gps combos has changed leaps and bounds over the last few years and along with this has been the need for updated lake contour and navigation maps.
How has your summer been? I guess that should be rephrase to how has your summer fishing been?
How often do you give a thought to color of your bait vs. the body style or pattern painted on it?
Views that are both pro and con for the use of the latest and greatest advancements in technology are not uncommon
The calendar says that it is March, but the weather sure hasn’t made it feel that way.
How many times have you ice fished a new lake and actually paid attention to the posted signs about limits, sizes, even hook and line limits?
We have been socked by system after system that has brought snow, wind, rain, and windchills in the negative double digits.
Winter has hit us hard here in Illinois and with the snow and cold has come ice.
As many of you know, the concealed-carry legislation has passed in Illinois and the applications for permits will be coming out in January of 2014.
The future of our sport and tradition lies within our youth. As sportsmen/women, we take for granted our “privileges” of being able to fish, hunt, and enjoy the outdoors. I don’t have to talk about everything that threatens our sports, but I would like to offer up a suggestion on how to keep our privileges intact for generations to come….