It is so important when Musky fishing to make “every cast count”. You don’t know when throughout the day when you chance is going to come, if it comes. So how do we make every cast count.
The period between the time open water season closes and ice fishing starts that anglers are asking the same question. Is the ice safe? Ice safety is something that should be on everyones mind. But the period between seasons tends to make everyone a little antsy. Some people start to take risks and make terrible […]
Aside from catching a fish, nothing gets an angler as excited as fishing the opener! But you are not the only one who gets excited about fishing the opener, everyone does! Can you blame them?
It takes practice and experience to learn how to properly handle musky.
Walk into a tackle shop and there is sure to be a plethora of hooks in all sorts of shapes and sizes for sale. It can be an overwhelming feeling and even more confusing then picking line! I think that’s why most people don’t put as much thought into picking a hook as they should. […]
One of the hottest finesse bass fishing presentations recently has been a Ned Rig! This rig was developed in the Midwest by several finesse fishing pioneers whose goal was to catch as many bass a day as possible.
There comes a time, whereas a fly angler, you decide you want to stop buying flies and tie your own. Maybe you were drawn to tying flies but now you want to start fishing them. It is easy to get overwhelmed when looking for flies to use or tie, and not all flies are easy […]
I mean, perch burritos… Fish tacos, well at least what we call fish tacos in our house are actually more of a burrito. We can add more of the good stuff in a burrito and it is easier for the kids to hold and eat. If you want fish tacos, the recipe is the same, […]
Maybe you don’t have time to get the boat in the water. Maybe you do not have a boat at all! But that should not stop you from fishing! There are plenty of fishing opportunities right from shore. Where I am from when you say shore fishing most people think of fishing a river. And […]
It was about 8:00 pm that Niko and I decided we would meet at 5:00 am and head to the Beaver River, a river that has a lot of sentimental value to Niko and I.