The difference between an OK day on the ice and a great day on the ice is in the small details.
(Bill Key)We’ve been eating invasive carp for a long time at our house. It’s all part of being a river rat and not letting anything go to waste. Consequently, long before DNR launched its rebranding and marketing of invasive carp as Copi, it was a staple in our house. Smoked carp dip is one dish that has always been a…
There are several key shallow-water spots that will hold northern pike during the winter months.
Three keys for early ice success.
Novel use of venison in Pennsylvania and beyond.
By Angling Buzz Cooling water temperatures create chaos in the shallower water of lakes and reservoirs. Frigid rains and howling winds mix the surface layers, with the turbulence eventually reaching down to and disrupting the summer thermocline. Surface water temperatures plummeting from 65 F down to about 55 F indicate that the disruptive fall turnover process is in progress. During…
Serves as a goodbye toast to a summer well-lived – now bring on fall.
Spinners are a great presentation when targeting weed walleyes. Here’s the why and how.
Chances are, if you’re a hardcore muskie head, you probably do a lot of tinkering with your baits. Try these four lure modifications to land more muskies.
When it comes to fishing for bass in weed cover, most anglers wouldn’t use crankbaits. The guys at Angling Buzz tell us why you need to use crankbaits in the weeds.
A light, sweet and delicate version of one of the most pleasant-tasting North American fishes.
Spinners are a great option for all types of fish including muskies, bass, northern pike, and panfish. But there is a lot more to fishing a spinner than just casting it out and reeling it in.
It tasted like summer – simple, carefree, and just a touch hot.
When targeting big fish like muskies and northern pike, it’s important to have the right tools for the job. These fish can get big, are very powerful, and have a tendency to be hooked deep. Oh, and they have big, sharp teeth – and lots of ’em.
As most anglers know, it can be a challenge to find summer walleyes. The issue is that, during the summer, the walleyes can be anywhere on the lake. Some may be in the weeds, some can be found on rocks, and some may be out in open water.
Don’t be afraid of these summertime bug hatches. Oftentimes, they will actually congregate fish in very specific areas, allowing you to target large numbers of walleye with razor sharp precision. Here’s how it’s done. Video courtesy of Angling Buzz. Categories: Feature, Fishing, Fishing, Minnesota Videos, Walleye Videos Tags: Angling Buzz, Fishing, Walleyes
Most anglers don’t put the words walleyes and shallow together in the same sentence. But the reality is that, for a good portion of the year, big schools of walleyes can be found in some really shallow water.
Tips and tactics.
It’s relatively easy to make with any kind of ground venison and tastes darn good.
Sometimes a day of fishing creates more questions than answers, but it’s all about the learning.
As most anglers know, you can catch a ton of fish of all different species on minnow baits. Although casting is a great option, minnow profile lures can be incredible effective when trolled. In this video from Angling Buzz, check out these four tools that will allow you to increase the effectiveness of your presentation and help you catch more…
An everyday meal harvested from nature’s pantry and celebrated in the home kitchen.
Stack all the variables in your favor. These include weather, equipment, bait, and a plan of where you are going to fish.
The more you understand the seasonal movements of the fish you’re chasing, the more likely you’ll be able to stay on the bite. Video courtesy of Angling Buzz. Categories: Fishing, Fishing Tips, Illinois Videos, Michigan Videos, Minnesota Videos, New York Videos, Ohio Videos, Pennsylvania Videos, Walleye Videos, Wisconsin Videos Tags: Angling Buzz, Fishing, Walleyes
A recipe featured in the Outdoor News Taste of the Wild
A rich, elegant soup with lots of garlic, lots of intensity in the sun-dried tomatoes, and lots of cream to keep you warm. What more could you want? Ah, yes, the traditional Italian culinary tang of fennel and your venison.
Tony Sindt, a fisheries specialist with the Minnesota DNR, offers up a few tips for handling big fish like sturgeon, catfish, and muskie. Video courtesy of Angling Buzz. Categories: Fishing, Fishing, Fishing Tips, How To’s, Ice Fishing Tips, Illinois Videos, Michigan Videos, Minnesota Videos, New York Videos, Ohio Videos, Pennsylvania Videos, Wisconsin Videos Tags: Angling Buzz