Ice fishing innovation cures twisted line, thus resulting in more bites through the hard water
Question arises during Wisconsin’s early catch-and-release trout season
Silver-lining to challenging ice-angling season and potentially late ice-out: More fish remain in the lakes for soft-water fishing
Bluegills and crappies are moving to the shallows. Play your cards right, and you’ll own the bite
Edgarton, Wis., fireman Adam Walton’s video prepares ice fishermen for the possibility of breaking through the ice
As of mid-February the Great Lakes are considered completely frozen for the first time in years.
Some of the best fishing of the year for aggressive freshwater pike is exploding under the ice
Many communities hold meals to sample harvests
Walleye locations during the late-ice period vary, but that just means multiple lures and presentations produce bites.
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?
Revenue reduction could be a result
Lower Niagara steelhead outing on ice
For spawning-time northern pike on border waters, try these top fishing tips
Federal plans to keep Asian carp from entering the Great Lakes will take too long to implement.
We have been socked by system after system that has brought snow, wind, rain, and windchills in the negative double digits.
DNR taking an in-depth look at what’s plaguing Lake Mille Lacs.
How you hook your live bait – fathheads, shiners, or even grubs – will determine whether you catch winter’s finicky walleyes through the hard water
Damaged equipment during an epic ice fishing snowmobile ride to the far-reaching walleye, sauger, and perch grounds of Lake of the Woods
From crossbows to salmon, hopes aplenty
Winter has hit us hard here in Illinois and with the snow and cold has come ice.
For multiple species, new ice jigging spoons, lures, and jigs in tungsten are set to dominate this winter’s ice fishing scene.
USGS study shows that while stocked brown trout can interfere with wild brookies, real threat is habitat degradation.
With today’s fishing technology, plus a few exclusive bluegill and walleye tricks, there’s no excuse for missing bites
While continuing to prach his mantra that ice fishing is good all season, even “Tackle” Terry Tuma loves the siren’s call of December’s first ice
DEC won’t move eggs from Salmon River
Western N.Y. waters produce when the pressure is on