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Lake Wisconsin Is Much More Than Walleyes

Lake Wisconsin is known as a good lake for walleyes, saugers, crappies, and muskies especially in the spring and early summer before the algae bloom arrives. The lake is over 9,000 acres and stretches from the dam at Wisconsin...
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How to Troll with Lead Core Fishing Line

Most people have probably never even heard of lead core. No, it’s not a new genre of death metal, nor is it a new type of ammunition. Lead core is an old-school trick that is vastly underutilized in this...
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Double Rig System for Open Water Crappie

Here's a super easy way to setup an effective rig for jigging for open water crappie with a simple loop knot and two jig heads. Tip this double rig with your favorite plastics, or live bait and you should...
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Toledo Bend Reservoir Bass Fishing Tips

B.A.S.S. Elite Series Angler, Mike Iaconelli, shares tips for finding bass during the fall transition period on Toledo Bend Reservoir by keying in on grass flats, and "matching the hatch" with minnow-imitating lures such as spinnerbaits and topwater plugs...

Southern Wisconsin’s Early Spring Crappies

We should be fishing the Wisconsin River for spring walleyes by now, but this unbelievable winter is going to push fishing back a few weeks unless we get some real warm weather. I’ll be writing some spring walleye stories...