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Early Ice Fishing Tips for Pan Fish Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin

December 18, 2015 1:36 pm0 comments
Early Ice Fishing Tips for Pan Fish Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin

Now you have it, now you don’t seems to this year’s ice situation. But we can be pretty sure that global warming or not, there will be ice sooner or later and that means it will soon be panfishing time again. We have gathered some useful articles for you to […]

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Bass Fishing Tips– Plastic Worm Basics

November 26, 2015 5:06 am0 comments
Bass Fishing Tips– Plastic Worm Basics

In this video, Johnny Jenkins shows how to fish a plastic worm. The video quality is less than ideal, but the Bobber knows that there are a lot of people who do not know how to use plastic worms properly. Bass hunters of course do, but many a panfisher and […]

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Panfishing Ice Fishing Lure Choices

November 18, 2015 10:16 am0 comments
Panfishing Ice Fishing Lure Choices

Shopping for Ice Fishing Lures Back in March of 2014, we posted an article about shopping for Ice Fishing Lures. We are reposting it now with some addtional quotes from that article about some Lindy Products designed for panfish success on the ice. At the time I wrote… It’s minus […]

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Top 4 Ice Fishing Lures for Walleye

November 17, 2015 11:44 am0 comments

Top 4 Ice Fishing Lures for Walleye Ice fishing for Walleye is in full swing. What are the best lures to use for walleyes in the winter? OutdoorCanadaMag fishing editor Gord Pyzer has the answers, and you want to spend the next eleven minutes watching what he has to say. […]

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Ice Auger Tip – Use Cooking Spray

November 22, 2013 2:13 pm0 comments

Here’s a simple trick to help your ice auger power through the snow and ice without getting bogged down. Use Pam or similar cooking spray. A Good Ice Auger can drill holes really fast. Take a look at this video by Strikemaster.  Notice how thick the ice is and how […]

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Catch and Release

September 10, 2013 5:08 pm0 comments
Catch and Release

Here’s a nice trout you can catch on your next trip.   Do you practice catch and release? All the time, most of the time, some of the time, or not at all? Do you feel people are getting too preachy about catch and release? Has catch and release made […]

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