There are ways to keep your tackle organized that are nearly space-age, with a variety of materials sure to please any modern angler.
Look to target perch in 25-40 feet of water in the basin and key in on walleyes toward the low-light times in structure.
Winter defintely put the smack-down on fishing this past week with the heavy snow and strong winds. Getting around on area lakes has defintely gotten tougher after the snowfall, but not impossible.
Guide and eelpout expert Jason Rylander shares his wisdom of the more-often-appreciated fish.
This can be even more of an issue when you’re fishing in 25 to 35 feet of water because transducer cone angles widen in deeper water.
Having trouble keeping up with the perch bite – for a while. But that’s the way it’s been all winter – hot and cold.
During the late-ice period, remaining stealthy is more important than packing light.
With the explosion in fishing electronics these days, including increased power and electronic frequency, one has to wonder about its negative effects on the fish.
Looking to catch perch on Devils Lake in North Dakota? Here’s how to do it.