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noah with northern pike

Low and Slow for Big Spring Pike

Springtime is by far my most favorite time of the year to fish. You get to go outside after being cooped up for months, use a normal sized fishing rod, and catch some of the biggest fish of the...
matt with northern pike

Identifying Travel Routes on Fishing Maps

In order to find and catch more fish, you need to understand where the high percentage areas exist in a body of water that they travel. A good fishing map will help you find all three important fish zones:...
ice fishing hole

5 Tips for a Successful Ice Fishing Season

For most northern anglers, we all know what is coming, the dreaded cold, the massive amounts of snow, and about 2 feet of ice on our lakes. Our boats get put away along with our long open water rods...
crappie anglers on ice

Winter Crappie Fishing: 5 Types of Structure to Look For

Winter crappie fishing can be a lot of fun if you know where to look. Crappie follow distinct patterns during each season. During the spring spawn they can be found in the shallows. In the summer they like to...
fishing in the rain

3 Tips for Fishing in the Rain

Weather can have a huge affect on fishing and its just reality that you must pay attention to the forecast whenever you’re heading out on the water. While we generally do not recommend fishing in thunderstorms, there is no...