By John Sloan It was all wrong. It was opening day, 95 degrees, with a full moon. All the articles by famous writers said it should be terrible daytime hunting. To make it worse, I
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Outfitted properly with superline and a fluorocarbon leader, you can work your hard-water rods year-round for panfish, walleyes, and even northern pike.
Versatile fishing methods will entertain you by putting more fish in the boat and help you determine what the next bite will produce.
A little sleuthing reveals where to find crappies from mid-summer to autumn open-water fishing periods.
Tapping into the hot walleye bite with three-way rigs.
Yakima Bait’s Jarod Higginbotham talks about trolling speed and visibility.
Kristen Monroe talks about balancing floats with the proper sinker weight to achieve ‘neutral buoyancy.’
Use electronics to locate panfish in deeper water during the warmer months of July and August.