Today the topic is kids fishing, where to start and what type of gear should be used. Jeff and Scott explain that minimal equipment is needed and they provide some great locations to fish from shore in the Quinte area. Taking children fishing is a very accessible and affordable activity.
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In this show, we discuss rigging minnows when ice fishing along with minnow care. There are various ways to present your minnows on your jigs. Each affects the action of the lure’s drop and it’s fall rate. Some will keep your minnow on your hook longer, and other’s will keep your minnow alive longer. We also cover some tips on minnow care and keeping your bait alive.
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Scott and Jeff reluctantly give up information on how to locate and catch Spring Crappie in this week’s show.