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Jacob wheeler

Bass Pro Jacob Wheeler Gets Salty for Snook

by johngeiger 0

Elite bass professional Jacob Wheeler trades Florida snook fish for bass on a recent trip. By Game & Fish Editor… more »

catfish sweet spots

Find These 6 Catfish Sweet Spots for More Hook-Ups

by Keith Sutton 0

Tuning in on these catfish sweet spots will put more whiskerfish in the boat. All my life I’ve heard the… more »

deer forecasts

On Newsstands Now: Deer Forecasts for Every State

by laurakovarik 0

Game & Fish Magazine’s October issues include deer forecasts for your state and region, reviews of great shotguns and much more. Buy a… more »


G&F Report: Catfishing in the 21st Century, Part 2

by Keith Sutton 0

Catfishing in America has come a long way since last century. Knowledge and gear have improved, and even catfish tournaments are being… more »

late summer walleye

Late Summer Walleyes in the Weeds

by admin 0

Hit the salad bar for consistent late summer walleyes. Dr. Jason Halfen Conventional wisdom calls for walleyes to be found… more »


Quick Tip: Baits For Eating-Size Catfish

by Frank Sargeant 0

While lunker catfish can be a bit persnickety, those little 2- to 4-pounders that look so good fried to a golden… more »

fall catfish

Fall Catfish: How to Catch Flatheads, Blues and Channels

by Frank Sargeant 0

The season is about to turn, and with it the big fall catfish bite in lakes and rivers is picking… more »

texas fall fishing

Overlooked Texas Fall Fishing Options

by Robert Sloan 0

As the fall approaches, anglers know the fishing picks up. But don’t overlook outstanding Texas fall fishing action in the… more »

paternoster rig

Master the Paternoster Rig for Catfish

by Keith Sutton 0

The paternoster rig requires extra time to prepare, but it’s invaluable for certain types of catfishing. I’ve never been a very good… more »

fall walleyes

Match the Hatch For Fall Walleyes

by Dan Armitage 0

Go big and go fast to catch fall walleyes that are targeting the largest baitfish of the season. The colder the… more »

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