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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Fall is the time to be on the water to find Big Bass! With winter on its way, the bass are feeding up and gaining weight. In this week’s show we discuss fall bass fishing opportunities and a few tricks for targeting both largemouth and smallmouth at this time of year.
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We all have our go to methods for catching bass. This bass season, challenge yourself to try new approaches and techniques. And don’t be afraid to pull out techniques from the past and maybe put a new twist on them.
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Scott and Jeff discuss trolling for walleye in the spring. From planer boards and dive curves to paying attention to details such as weather patterns, current direction and speed. Tune in as we give a few helpful hints.