Crappies spend a significant amount of time roaming mud flats gorging themselves on insect larvae throughout the year. Knowing when to head to the mud and giving them something they haven't seen before is just the ticket for limits of slabs!
The slip bobber rig is one of the deadliest techniques for catching mid summer walleyes. Getting a leech in front of these fish fast is key and the best way to do it is with tungsten!
Fishing BIG schools of crappies is like winning the lottery! However, getting the biggest fish in these schools to eat can be a whole different game.
Trolling cranks over main lake humps in early summer is the best way to put walleye in your rig. Fish are covering water and looking for food where ever they can get it!
'Matching the Hatch' for any species is the key to success, this is especially true for lake trout.
When fishing in cold water conditions there may be no better bait then a flat sided crank bait. As soon as the ice is gets off the fish get on the chew!
Combating cold front conditions in the middle of summer can be tough - to say the least. The drop-shot rig is one of the best finesse tactics to persuade finicky walleyes.
When fishing in deep water away from the boat hooks set can be a challenge. The NEW MVP jig from @NorthlandFishingTackle is a game changer for walleyes in these conditions!
Early season smallmouth bass are always on the move. Finding their pre-spawn feeding flats will lead to more fish in your boat this spring!
Breaking down our first trip to Everett Bay Lodge on Minnesota's famous Lake Vermilion for walleyes.
Swimbaits have become an absolute must have for any true walleye fisherman. A extremely versatile and effective bait for shallow roaming, early season walleyes!
As winter progresses crappies make their move to deep wintering holes - the basin. Targeting these roaming fish can become a chore especially in frigid temps where being mobile is limited. Understanding which baits will help put fish topside will up your game in these conditions!
Lake of the Woods has lots of places for walleyes to hide and being able to attract fish is key. Jigging baits with rattles are perfect for bringing in roaming Eyes and the NEW Northland Glass Buck Shot Spoon is ready to get the job done!
When perch move to main lake mud flats its important to be able to call fish for a distance. Putting to use a drop shot rig can be just the ticket for fooling roaming Jumbos!
Early season ice can be lights out on the weed edge! BIG panfish love to work these areas as long as the weeds are green. This was a Crazy Day!!
Lake of the Woods has plenty of big fish opportunities. Putting yourself on the right spot (where fish want to be) and using the right technique will up your odds at putting fish topside.
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