Join Wisconsin Outdoor News’ Kristen Monroe as she fishes a bass kayak tournament and talks with those in the know on the subject. A word from the wise: With less range, kayak anglers have to make their decisions right off the bat. Categories: Bass, Bass Videos, Blog Content, Fishing, Fishing, How To’s, Wisconsin – Kristen Monroe, Wisconsin Videos Tags: Bass, Fishing,…
Spend a little time now checking and maintaining ice fishing equipment to avoid damage and the need for costly repairs or replacements!
The walleye bite has been very good this year in the St. Clair River.
In part 2 of this exclusive two-part tackle and technique blog, “T3” shares additional tips for this prime largemouth and smallmouth tactic.
A fine day of catching Mississippi River walleyes reminds the author to enjoy these heady days of June fishing.
Not using this fishing technique? Then expect America’s next top anglers to inquire: “Why aren’t you wacky-rigging?”
Whether you’re fishing off a continental shelf for swordfish, swinging for river steelhead, or slip-bobbering for opener walleyes, always be ready to switch things up.
Video blog from Kristen Monroe offers up tips on where they can be found.
To put more fish in the boat this spring, use electronics and switch tactics until you identify a hot technique
Though border-water angling has been underway for weeks, Minnesota’s fishing season starts Saturday, May 12, and walleyes and jigs go hand-in-hand.
Jarod Higginbotham, of Yakima Baits, shares some trolling tips for walleyes on Day 2 of a Green Bay fishing trip. Action on Day 2 was steady because of some of the changes Higginbotham made on the trolling rigs. We caught a few catfish, walleyes and sheepshead throughout the day. Then suddenly, during our last 10 minutes of fishing, we boated…
Fishing weeds, cover in shallow water will be the key as long as a cold front doesn’t come crashing through.
A quick link provides information on remaining ice conditions, and in the meantime, plan your open-water walleye strategy.
As winter retreats, guest speaker “Tackle” Terry Tuma talks river angling techniques with the youth of the Lakeville Fishing Club.
So far, so good this season, but learning to adapt to conditions can make or break your fishing trip.
Find lush, green cabbage and coontail vegetation during late ice, and high-rising, slab crappies and aggressive bluegills may be nearby.
New York’s trout season opens April 1. This may pose a problem because April 1 is also Easter Sunday. Nevertheless, there are bound to be those diehards who will find a way to get out on the water. Early-season anglers are likely to find streams running high, but they can improve their chance of success by fishing deep and slow. Where…
Considering piscatorial uncertainties like … Can walleyes and other species learn? What are the most common angling mistakes? And what is “fishing history”?
Releasing fish helps protect the resource… except when it kills even more fish
As northern pike and walleye season wraps up on Minnesota’s inland waters, the author turns his focus to some of the best fishing of the year: late-ice panfish.
Tips from bass fishing legend Roland Martin at the great American Outdoor show in Harrisburg, Pa. Categories: Fishing, Fishing, Fishing Tips, News, Pennsylvania Videos Tags: Fishing, Roland Martin
Ice fishing during winter’s coldest days demands complete attention to detail to increase your hookset odds.
Create better hard-water angling experiences and catch more fish by staying warm and extending your adventures on the ice!
It was a welcomed relief from the frigid temperatures we had been experiencing this year – and the trout fishing was good, too.
With best winter in years for ice fishing, forget the so-called mid-winter ice fishing blues and hit the ice now for heart-of-hard-water fishing.
Attract fish, then employ your sonar to determine the mood of the fish… and the presentation to prompt strikes.