Tyler and Sara face off in Episode 1 of Sportsman's Journal "Battle of the Sexes"!
 
 
When bass are shallow and tucked away in thick canopy cover you need a presentation that is not only weedless but also one that produces!
 
 
Introducing the NEW Rumble series of hard baits from Northland Tackle! The balsa construction of the Rumble Shiner changes the game for shallow water walleyes with it's erratic slashing action and slow rise which triggers more strikes!
 
 
Rocks can be dynamite when the conditions are right! These often elaborate structures can be the hunting grounds for the biggest fish in a system, especially during the dog days of summer.
 
 
Vertical Jigging for summertime crappies can be a difficult task especially on anew lake and open water situations. Understanding your electronics and selecting the proper presentations can help lead to success your next time out.
 
 

Door County, WI is home for some of the best smallmouth fishing in North America and fall is prime time. Live Bait Rigging with suckers is a efficient way to cover water and catch fish!

During the Fall period muskies start to target bigger prey and multiple fish will use the same structure. Knowing what baits to throw and where to throw them are key.

Finding roaming perch during the winter can be a tough task - especially when you are a one man crew. Being able to cover water and locate pods of active fish on large mud flats is your best bet and the Finicky Fooler is a must have to do it properly!

Choosing the right crankbait is critical when fishing for bass in heavy cover. Bill shape and size, body style, rattles and color are huge components in determining which crank will produce fish.

Locating post spawn walleyes can be tricky especially in the clear water lakes of Northern WI. Slow presentations are often key to finding early season walleyes - Sara shows exactly how to put the pieces together!

Crappie

Lake of the Woods is home to some amazing ice fishing opportunities and Tamarack Island is right in the middle of the action! Find out what presentations and methods put GIANT Crappies on the ice!

Slip Bobber fishing for walleyes can be a extremely productive presentation. Knowing when and how to use this set-up properly is important to putting more walleyes in the bag. Learn why this technique excels during the summer months for lazy, nonaggressive walleyes.

When walleyes move to deeper main lake structure particularly in the fall, they are looking to feed. Vertical jigging is the perfect presentation to stay in the strike zone larger and put more walleyes in the boat.

Many of the lakes in the Midwest have augmented the amount of structure in their lakes with the addition of fish cribs. These man made structures hold a variety of fish species all season long and one overlooked species is the walleye. SJTV host's Tyler and Sara Trampe along with Kraemer Custom Rod's, Erik Kraemer, breakdown the do's and don't's when locating and catching walleyes in cribs.

Fall period crappie fishing can be some of the best fishing of the year - lots of fish congregated in small areas. When these fish are stacked in wintering holes and the angling pressure is high it is critical to give the fish something the have not seen.

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