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Cold Weather Prep Pays Off

I love to fish, but I hate being cold. I’ve spent years in Connecticut trying to find ways to keep warm. We all have problems with that, male or female. But sometimes being smaller than the guys also makes...
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A Guide to Keeping Busy During Times of Hard Water

Let’s face it, winter kind of stinks. Yeah there is ice fishing, grouse hunting, and “Elf” is on every station all day, every day. That only quenches my boredom so much. I constantly find myself day dreaming about watching...
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10 Trolling Baits to Try for Walleye This Year

If you’re a walleye angler, you probably know that there are a ton of lures that guarantee you will catch fish. It can be confusing and overwhelming to those without years of experience. While there are so many great...
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Summer Evening Shallow Walleyes

Let’s face it, summer is by far one of the most awesome times to fish all year. There’s just something about 70 degree temps, sunny clear skies, and the smell of SPF 50 that screams “let’s go fishing!” But...
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Fishing Maps: The Importance of Depth Contours

Written by Brian Jensen, courtesy of Fishing with Maps by Fishing Hot Spots® A significant feature on fishing maps today is depth measurement or contour lines. Reading and understanding contour lines are the two most important skills for finding fish....