Ice Fishing Basics: Part 3: Underwater Cameras

How many times have you seen marks on your flasher or your sonar you thought were walleyes below the ice? You drill and drill holes. You change up baits. You waste a good portion of the day only to find out they weren’t. The new underwater cameras help eliminate this problem.

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Ice Fishing Basics: Part 1: Getting Started

There’s no better cure for cabin fever than a day on the ice. The air is crisp and clear, the sun gives you a dose of vitamin D and you might even head home with a stringer of panfish or walleye for a mid-winter dinner. What could be better? Here’s how to get started.

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Walleye Fishing: Fall River Basics: Part 1: Location

The key to catching river walleyes in the fall is to remember walleyes and other fish that live in moving water are lazy. River fish know how to take advantage of every place they can find where they can lie without burning many calories. Walleye expert Ted Takasaki reveals some places to locate those walleyes.

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Get The Lead Out

Fishermen from Minnesota have taught anglers in other regions of the walleye range an important tactic for taking fish from rivers. While fishermen elsewhere resort to jigs, leadcore line is often the only way Minnesotans fish stretches of the Mississippi River during cooler times of the year.

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Fall Crappie Tactics

Here are some tips to catch fall crappies from Wisconsin fishing guide Greg Bohn. He has a system, tactics that works on reservoirs through ice-up. Learn his secrets.

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