Thursday, October 18, 2018
About Guide Outdoors
Sometimes it pays to be patient.
Dave Genz, the recognized father of modern ice fishing, is aggressive in his approach to first-ice walleyes.
Often, the best ice is first ice. Some of the best action will occur when anglers must travel solely by foot.
Besides the action, fall fishing for smallies has another advantage — the scenery along the rivers and lakes!
Finding summer walleyes doesn’t have to be that hard when you understand walleye movements.
Ask any angler to name their favorite memory and they may say their first fishing trip to catch bluegills.
Make a few minor modifications in hard-water approaches to enjoy summer success for bluegills and crappies.
Here are some tips to make sure your next boat and trailer adventure is a safe one.
Have you ever knocked a fish off with the net? If so, read on because there’s an art to netting a fish.