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Best New Ice Fishing Gear For 2014

by Mike Gnatkowski 0

From shelters and augers to clothing to rods and reels, this is the latest and greatest ice fishing gear for 2014.

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Ice Fisher Ties Idaho Yellow Perch Record

by Dylan Polk 1

Idaho angler Bob Shindelar tied the state record for yellow perch Saturday, reeling in a 16-inch, 2.6-pound perch out of… more »

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Quickie Ice-Fishing Tactics For Walleye

by Noal Vick 0

You came in early all week, banking hours for a premature exodus on Friday. It’s 2 p.m., the cubicles won’t… more »

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Two-Rod Ice Fishing Strategies

by Jeff Samsel 0

When you’re fishing through the ice, utilizing two rods can be more than twice as nice and can help you catch far more fish.

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Ice Fishing Gear For 2012

by Matt Straw 2

In 2012, an underwater camera will slip into your shirt pocket. Solid graphite rods leave enough change from a $50 bill to feed the family. Innovative changes are on the way to make you more comfortable and more efficient.

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Wintertime Pacific Northwest Hunting & Fishing Options

by Terry Otto 0

For the leisurely outdoorsman, winter is a time to stay inside. It’s a time to tie flies, repair waders and… more »

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Early Wisconsin Ice Fishing Options

by Ted Peck 2

Several years ago my hardwater fishing season kicked off on Rooney Lake, not far from Spooner. It was a good… more »

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Minnesota’s Top Early Ice Fishing Options

by Mike Dombroske 0

With the heat and humidity of our most recent summer a distant memory, the temperature of Minnesota’s ice anglers is… more »

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Hot Michigan Ice-Fishing Options

by Mike Gnatkowski 0

You don’t want to push your luck, but first ice produces some of the hottest ice-fishing of the year in… more »

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Iowa Ice-Fishing Forecast

by Jason Mitchell 0

Folks who live along the Mississippi River still rely on nature’s subtle queues more than TV meteorologists to predict changes… more »

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