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Crappie Fishing: How to Find ‘Em After Cold Front

by Dan Anderson 0

A cold front is a cold front to most folks, but to anglers in the springtime a cold front is a… more »

winter walleyes

Late-Winter Walleye Tips, Tactics

by Mike Gnatkowski 0

Winter walleyes that have been lethargic and semi-active during the dead of winter awaken as the days begin to lengthen… more »

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2017 Best Open-Water Aluminum Fishing Boats

by John Geiger 0

Fishing comes first. But Dad isn’t the only member of the family. Boat manufacturers get that, and are making boats… more »

NE Fishing Forecast Feature

2017 New England Fishing Forecast

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

With so many lakes, ponds, rivers and streams plus thousands of miles of saltwater shoreline in New England, it’s safe… more »

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The Ultimate Northern Bass Fishing Trip

by Jimmy Jacobs 0

If you’ve ever dreamed of hitting the road to fish some of the top bass waters across the country, here’s… more »

Ice Fishing Tips for Panfish

Ice Fishing Tips for Panfish

by Mike Gnatkowski 0

“Two secrets to catching early season panfish are stealth and safety,” ice-fishing guru Brian “Bro” Brosdahl said. “Early in the… more »

Predator Calling Fox Feature

Tips For Fox Calling

by M.D. Johnson 0

As the soft red-tinged light from my headlamp panned across the edge of Eunice Peck’s buckbrush swamp and came to… more »

New England Deer

New England Deer Forecast for 2016

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

New England’s deer harvest numbers over the last five years have been relatively stable, with a few minor fluctuations. Most… more »

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Discover Maine’s Best Place for Bass and Salmon

by Todd Smith 0

Looking for a place to really get away from it all this fall? A place where the fishing is fantastic… more »

Photo by: Dennis Welsh

Maine: Guide to the Best Fishing Lodges and Cozy Cabins

by Dave Sherwood 0

Maine’s fabled north woods are vast; the size of Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island combined, with few organized towns, limited… more »

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