Stay safe and prevent an unexpected polar plunge by owning the right gear and frequently checking ice conditions!
Record-breaking heat and bugs hindering your urge to wet a line this holiday weekend? Try trolling under a full moon for the region’s most popular freshwater gamefish
Beat “stay-in-place”-induced cabin fever by targeting rough fish in a hard-running river near you.
Locate standing weeds in shallow water in late winter, and hungry panfish will be hanging out nearby.
Small spoons tipped with plastics, worms, or minnow heads and tails will attract more perch, crappies, and sunfish thus boosting your odds of catching more fish.
Not marking fish despite working a prime location? Try using flashy spoons or rattle baits to entice more fish into your icy zone.
Please be safe while going out on the ice. Always take caution and bring the proper gear with you.
Having the proper equipment and checking ice conditions frequently will help keep you topside.
Bigger baits will help trigger bites among the largest and most active ’gills of late summer or early fall