Friday, January 27th, 2023
Friday, January 27th, 2023

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ICE ’EYES… when the going gets tough

Some of the more aggressive and larger walleyes you’ll encounter at this time of year suspend. They’ll cruise higher in the water column looking for suspended forage, and baits with rattles draw them in (sometimes

Giant rodent chat brought back to life

“Only Arizona, Arkansas, Texas, Florida, Indiana, Nevada, Washington, North Carolina, and Tennessee allow people to keep capybaras as pets,” the report noted, adding that it is illegal to have a capybara as a pet in

Spoon Fed Walleyes: size makes a difference

“Fishing spoons is all about the rate of fall,” said Andrew Hendrickson of Northstar Fishing Adventures. “How you fish them is more about cadence than anything else, which is dependent on the weight of the


For whatever reason, I’ve grown to like the night for a lot of my ice fishing. The fish that gives me the most satisfaction with night fishing is the ubiquitous crappie, either white or black.

Lake Erie ’eyes could see a lower size limit

Over the last decade, the Lake Erie walleye population has produced consistently strong hatches resulting in an increase in the number of sub-legal walleyes being caught and released by anglers.