Check out this in-depth, deep-dive look into targeting perch with Tony Roach and Cody Roswick, who talk perch tips and strategies in both Minnesota and the Dakota in this Angling Buzz video. Categories: Fishing, How To’s, Ice Fishing, Ice Fishing Tips Tags: Angling Buzz, Ice fishing, Perch
Gear for the 2019-20 ice-fishing season has a heavy slant towards larger baits, continued innovations in plastics, fly fishing or in-line reels, and even more emphasis on tungsten jigs and lures.
From stocking stuffers to great values and accessories to gifts for the serious angler.
In this Angling Buzz video, Jason Mitchell runs through his ice fishin’ snow machine, breaking down each modification from the auger rack in the front to the sled mount on the backside and everything in-between. Categories: Ice Fishing, Minnesota Videos Tags: Angling Buzz, Ice fishing, Snowmobiles
From minnow heads to jigging spoons, new ice activates big-time piscatorial action during the short days of early winter.
Please be safe while going out on the ice. Always take caution and bring the proper gear with you.
Having the proper equipment and checking ice conditions frequently will help keep you topside.
The regulations, which become effective Sunday, Dec. 1, are the same as those of last winter but more restrictive than during 2019 open water fishing.
Winter anglers on Mille Lacs Lake will enjoy a walleye harvest this winter for the fourth season in a row, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
With fish-house removal deadlines in the rearview mirror and melting snow revealing what once was hidden, conservation officers throughout the state are finding the trash people left behind, the Minnesota DNR noted in a Facebook post recently. A reminder from the DNR: Anything but an impression left on the ice is litter and will be investigated. Categories: Ice Fishing Tags:…
Spring arrived on March 20, but you wouldn’t know it if you live in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
As winter slowly starts to fade away, so does some of the winter fishing opportunities – like ice fishing. Don’t abandon your winter gear just yet, though. Some of the best hard-water fishing is yet to come. Just make sure to take the necessary precautions. Dave Lefebre, of Erie, Pa., is a professional bass fisherman. This year he is part…
Forty-six people were rescued, including two fishermen who were hoisted by helicopter and medically examined. It ended up that no one was injured, authorities said.
It can have a positive impact on your ice fishing outing, and sometimes it has nothing to do with catching fish.
As the March sun gets higher in the sky and the days get longer, ice anglers anywhere there’s still ice will be trying to get that one last outing in. But they should approach these outings with caution. Late-season ice fishing can be fantastic. Panfish and perch fishing can really heat up for the angler who knows and understands their…
It took a while, but the writer finally got his ice shack dug out of the woods and set up on the ice. (Photos by Tom Pink)Several weeks into this year’s ice fishing season, we were still trying to get our ice shack out on the river and were having a tough time of it. Well, in spite of the…
The March 4 deadline applies to lakes south of an east-west line formed by U.S. Highway 10, east along Highway 34 to Minnesota Highway 200, east along Highway 200 to U.S. Highway 2, and east along Highway 2 to the Minnesota-Wisconsin border. The deadline north of that line is the end of the day Monday, March 18.
Resort owners and workers have been working since Sunday morning to rescue anglers that were left stranded on the lake after 30- to 50-mph winds left ice roads blocked with drifted snow, keeping anglers from exiting the lake – more than 100 anglers were originally reported as being stranded, some approximately 25 miles out on the lake.
According to the DNR, the first four sturgeon harvested were males ranging from 52 to 60 inches and 25 to 47 pounds. The final two fish were females ranging from 61 to 72 inches and 54 to 80 pounds.
There are definitely times when fish demand an increase in vibration and flash. But just the opposite can be the attractor, so bring an assortment of colors.
A week of sub-freezing temperatures – and a deep freeze due – were expected to rescue the ice fishing season.
There’s been a hot bite but when you finally hit the ice, the weather changes and the action tanks. Pay attention to tiny details, and you’ll salvage your trip by tricking a few fish into biting.
Walleye and bluegill action has been decent on some lakes.
In the ice-fishing “fish-off” meant to help showcase the two fisheries, 71 of the 85 fish caught between Lake of the Woods and Devils Lake reps were caught by LOTW types.
Chasing monster northern pike across the Twin Cities metro area produces prime New Year’s hard-water action.
Seeing is believing when viewing the subterranean world through the hard water.