Archive for 2010

Scott and I along with a few friends were able to get out for a fish together last week. It is always fun to get out with friends and enjoy some laughs along with pulling in some beautiful Bay of Quinte walleye. Here is a short video and a few pictures from our day.

Jeff and Scott

As temperatures drop, ice fishing season is right around the corner. In this show we discuss ice safety and tips for keeping safe during the upcoming hardwater season.

How to tune a crankbait Video

Posted: 19th November 2010 by Scott in General

Here is a short video for tuning a crankbait like we mentioned on the show.  Let me know if it doesn’t explain it well. It is very important to tune your cranks before trolling them.  Some baits like Tail Dancers rarely need to be tuned, but reef runners will almost always need to be tuned. […]

Tuning crankbaits, especially deep diving cranks, is extremely important. Some crankbaits, such as Rapalas, come tuned right out of the package while others need to be tuned every time they go into the water. Tuning your baits will allow them to run straight rather than kicking out to the right or left. Without tuning your crankbait, your bait may not be running at the depth that it should be. In this week’s show, we will tell you how to tune your baits as well as share a few extra tips for when you are trolling.

In this week’s show, Stacy Ash from Pro Tackle joins us again to discuss fall Musky tactics. Stacy is an avid Musky fisherman and guide. We discuss fall patterns, location, equipment and baits. Check out Pro Tackle’s website at

This past weekend, Scott and I joined up with our friend Greg Amiel to fish the JB’s Fishing Depot tournament out of Picton on the Bay of Quinte. It was a fun day. Congrats to Mike Snow. His boat took a 14.54lb fish. Our 10.56lb fish was good for 4th place. Here is a picture […]

Stacy Ash from Pro Tackle Musky Shop joins us this week to discuss fall musky fishing. This is the time of year to target the true trophies. Stacy gives us an intro to fall musky and the equipment and tackle that you could use to get started. If you have questions for Stacy, leave a comment or send us an email. You can also visit Stacy’s website at

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Posted: 30th October 2010 by Jeff in General

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