For Those Who Refuse To Fish Live Bait – Here’s a Viable Alternative By Joe Bucher “It’s snowing like mad”, I thought to myself. “Sure hope you know where you are. It’s even tough to see the shoreline now and it’s starting to get dark!” Assuring myself with a nod, I peered at the nearby … Read moreDEEP DIVERS! Unbeatable For Late Fall ‘Lunges
By: Crash Mullins As you well no I grew up in eastern KY and as the ole saying goes I made mark here in the musky world. I’ve been very fortunate to be able to make my living fishing for muskies in KY. Which brings us to the point of why come to KY to musky … Read moreWhy fish for Musky in Kentucky?
By Ted Takasaki and Scott Richardson This may come as a surprise – open-water crappie season lasts far longer than April and May. Sure, boats crowd the shallows when crappies are spawning and the morel mushrooms are popping up in the timber. But, this good tasting fish can be caught from lakes or reservoirs … Read moreOpen-water crappie season
By Mat Hegy Panfish is a general term to cover Bluegills, Crappie, Rock Bass, and Yellow Perch and other regional species. The best part about panfish is that you don’t have to spend a fortune to have success or a good time. There is very little equipment that a person needs to go out … Read morePanfish across america
by Captain Marty Papke It’s all about details fisherman and the more details the better fishing gets for all species. It’s also about the goals we each have as anglers to what we want to achieve this year on the water. Walleye, Northern Pike, Perch, Small and Largemouth Bass, Brown Trout, Rainbows to Salmon and … Read moreCatching more Spring Fish!
by Captain Marty Papke It’s not far away fisherman and longer, sunny warming days start the ice melting, ice flows still bobbing and soon a movement of Brown Trout on an adventure looking and seeking food to satisfy there big appetite after a winter of being in a transitional stage. Let’s examine areas, foods along … Read moreShoreline Brown Trout!