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.
The steady action is great for introducing novices to the sport, but even experienced fly anglers can appreciate this unique approach to a time-tested fishing favorite.
Weather can waylay the best-laid plans of hunters and anglers, but developing a backup plan makes for memorable days afield.
Kristen Monroe talks equipment as she preps for international match fishing tournament in Hungary in August (video)
Time is just as important as catching fish during international match tournaments.
In achieving fishing success with this important gamefish technique, start with your bait but consider all of your terminal tackle!
Troll spinner rigs farther away from the boat to hook more walleyes when fishing in clear, shallow water.
Find shallow bays with loads of vegetation on Gitche Gumee, and you’ll locate some of the largest northern pike in the Lower 48.
Want to have some fun? Focus on northern Wisconsin smallmouths and leave the walleyes for another day
Big smallmouths are no longer limited to the known trophy waters of Green Bay or Chequamegon Bay.
Today, fishermen have a choice of many high-quality braided or fluorocarbon fishing lines that are stronger, more durable and don’t abrade as easily as mono.
Don’t take shortcuts when it comes to electrical systems in your boat.
Minnesota’s inland waters walleye fishing season begins this Saturday, May 13. Follow T3’s advice for top walleye success this weekend and beyond.
While event has been held on the Mississippi River in the past, Gov. Mark Dayton will see a much different Mississippi in the greater St. Cloud area when he helps kick off the season — a shallower, more lazy river that calls for different angling techniques than those used on lakes and big rivers.
Use your electronics to locate and catch spring crappies before they move into shallow water areas.
Wisconsin angler encounters first ‘wiper’ in Hoosier country.
From small, relatively inaccessible metro lakes and rivers to pristine backcountry fisheries, a kayak can simplify and improve your fishing.
Think stealth and quiet when working shallow or suspended crappies during the lengthening days of April and May.
Wading is simple and gets back to the roots of fishing at its best. Very little tackle is needed to fish a river, and depending on your species of choice, you may end up catching more than what you bargained for.
A reminder to trout anglers to enjoy a classic lure, or at least the concept behind it, during one of the most enjoyable times of the year to be trout fishing.
I know if I can catch that fish with the genius IQ, I have a good shot at catching some of its less-intelligent brethren. Once the fish bites, I don’t care if it’s Einstein or one of the Stooges.
Using a double hook technique will allow you to go through heavy cover and brush.
They know the rivers intimately, know what works and what doesn’t.
Ice angling lessons to consider as another incredible hard-water season draws to a close.
Got open-water fishing fever? Grab some live bait, and set the hook into massive common carp, suckers and catfish.
Walleyes, saugers, pike and bass – just for starters – highlight the incredible open-water fishing opportunities on this border water from March through May.
Underwater cameras will truly open up the hard-water angling world and help you put more fish topside