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smallmouth bass

Summer Pattern Secrets for Smallmouth Bass

by Dan Johnson 0

What’s more fun than fishing for smallmouth bass? Catching more, bigger smallmouths. By Dan Johnson Pound for pound, smallmouth bass rival the… more »

Wisconsin walleyes

Dark or Clear Water: Pick Your Lake for Wisconsin Walleyes

by Dan Small 0

Whatever conditions you prefer for Wisconsin walleyes, we’ll tell you where and how. By Dan Small Ask several avid walleye… more »

muskie pike bass

Muskie Fishing: Think Small for Big Results

by Ted Peck 0

Downsizing your lure selection when muskie fishing will result in more action than fishing a large bait. Throwing a heavy… more »

Family Fishing Wisconsin

2017 Wisconsin Family Fishing Destinations

by Dan Small 0

Wisconsin offers plenty of great fishing waters, and most anglers have their favorite spots to cast for trophies. But with… more »

Lake Michigan Trout

Lake Michigan Fishing Forecast 2017

by Jerry Pabst 0

Webster defines the word “progress” as “movement forward” or a “gradual betterment.” Since Lake Michigan’s fishery, as enormous as it… more »

Trout with Crankbaits 2

Trout Fishing With Crankbaits

by Steven Johnson 0

Wading side-by-side up a trout stream and casting matching minnow-imitating lures, a buddy and I should have been enjoying at… more »

2017 Midwest Turkey Forecasts

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

2017 Midwest turkey forecasts: Where to go, what to expect and how to increase your chances of bagging a bird. The cabin… more »

2017 Wisconsin Turkey Forecast

by Dan Small 0

After a decline in 2015, Wisconsin’s spring turkey harvest took a substantial jump last year, when hunters registered 45,501 turkeys,… more »

2017 Wisconsin Bass Forecast

2017 Wisconsin Top Bass Fishing Spots

by Ted Peck 0

A bass fisherman’s dilemma in this Grand Land of Cheese is akin to choices facing a blind dog in a meat… more »

Green Bay northern pike

Can Green Bay Northern Pike Make Comeback?

by Dan Small 0

A generation ago, northern pike were a big part of the fishery in the bay of Green Bay. Anglers caught them… more »

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