‘Slow Death’ Fishing is Great for Beginners
I was on Rainy Lake when I first had a chance to really test the merits of a fishing presentation that is called “slow death.”
Working the Weed Bite for Bass
When it comes to open water success for largemouth bass, I have one simple philosophy. I stick to targeting some type of weed growth for locating fish.
Coping with Increased Fishing Pressure
I am expecting this summer to be similar to last in terms of fishing pressure. With record boat sales and an increase in the popularity of fishing, I am sure we will have more of the same.
Jigging for Spring Panfish
Although I always find it hard to put away my ice fishing gear, I do relish the days when I can get the boat in the water and search for spring panfish.
Ice Fishing the Dirty Dozen
I like having my Dirty Dozen favorite lakes and enjoy checking them out on an annual basis to see which ones are producing the best.
Basin Basics for Panfish
When it comes to winter ice fishing, I like to keep it simple. I also like to catch fish. And yes, these two concepts are totally compatible.
Channel Cats: An Interesting Winter Experience
I remember when the DNR first talked about stocking channel cats into the Horseshoe Chain of Lakes near Cold Spring, Minnesota.
Outwitting Those Spooky Canada Geese
All of these challenges doesn’t mean we have stopped hunting geese. It does mean we plan our events a little differently.
Duck Hunting with a Simplistic Approach
Having been someone that spent the first 20 years of his duck hunting career on big water, the switch to small venues seemed a little strange at first.
Finding the Spot on the Spot
There are many special ingredients that go into the recipe for a successful goose hunt.