Ashley Rae of http://www.SheLovesToFish.com joins the guys today to talk about kayak fishing. Kayak fishing is gaining popularity in the fishing industry due to the accessibility and kayaks designed with fishing in mind. Ashley discusses her kayak, the Hobie Mirage Outback, which is driven by a peddle-propulsion system.
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Scott and Jeff discuss some tips for ice fishing with kids. From portable ice shelters to ice fishing sonar and electronics, many advancements have been made to make ice fishing more accessible and enjoyable during the harsh winter environment. You can keep it simple or take it to the next level, but getting kids involved in this winter activity is something they will always remember.
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A Walleye (Sander Vitreus) is often called a Pickerel, especially here in Canada. The name Pickerel is actually part of the Esox genus of Pikes or Pickerels which includes Pike and Muskellunge. A Walleye is not related to the Pike family but rather is a member of the Perch family. The Chain Pickerel (Esox Niger), [...]