- Published on Tuesday, 08 July 2014 16:31
Sometime in the next couple of months, take a break from the walleyes and give largemouth bass a try. If you try them once and experience some success, I’ll bet you try them again.
- Published on Friday, 27 June 2014 13:51
For the next few months we can expect fishing pressure to have an effect on the fish we’re chasing. If you keep the things we just talked about in mind, you can continue to experience success even when you’re sharing the fish with lots of other anglers.
- Published on Monday, 09 June 2014 17:43
If you’re a shore or wading angler, look for areas that have deeper water near by. In small rivers, deep water might be only four or five feet deep. Concentrate your efforts on cover near deep water. Walleyes, bass, pike, muskies, trout, pretty much any river predator will hang out around logs, rocks, docks and anything else that provides refuge just waiting for something to eat to go by.
- Published on Tuesday, 27 May 2014 15:05
Troll along weedlines, along and over points and reefs: About anywhere where you think a fish might live. If you just keep in mind that you’ve got to get that bait in the fish’s strike zone, your chances of a successful day of catching will increase a lot.