Up until about a few years ago when I went fishing and saw a couple of guys fishing in a boat one would always have a spinnerbait tied on. Over last few years it seems like it’s becoming obsolete and being used less often.
Grand Rapids, Minnesota-based guide Tom Neustrom encourages anglers to hit up fall walleye spots during early ice – could be deep, shallow or somewhere in between. Simply, if you caught walleyes there in October or November, chances are they won’t be too far away.
They are at the top of the freshwater food chain. They are the heavyweight champions among freshwater gamefish in the northern states, and southern to northern Ontario. A Musky is a Musky right? Well, sort of. Let’s compare the obvious and not so obvious differences between Musky that reside in the famous Lake St. Clair and their counterparts in the diverse area of the Kawartha Lakes region in southern Ontario.
We are in full swing for late fall and Tackle Grab’s October box has some great goodies for bass anglers! This box was really cool because not only did Tackle Grab send some great baits, they also sent several items that can be used together. This is important for anglers who want to try out new presentations they may not have had the chance to earlier. Lets take a look!
I came across a cSolar Sportsman2ompany called “Solar Sportsman” a few months ago now, and what impressed me first is not only do they have a line up of external battery powered stations, but they also have some of the best solar powered technologies to get even your boat batteries continuously charged
Southern Ontario tournament angler, Chris Huskilson has a few approaches to finding active Smallmouth (and Largemouth alike), as do I, so let’s delve into it. Chris explains, “I target Smallmouth that will tend to move up on shallow, rocky structures (4’-6’ in depth) that are feeding on schools of baitfish.”
Evolve Bait Co.’s KOMPAK CRAW, a veritable Swiss Army bait that fishes more than a dozen ways—for both power and finesse.
Enter to win an Evolve/Soul 5 Baits prize pack courtesy of Evolve Fishing. Scroll down for more information on how to qualify and enter.
As the temperatures begin to drop, many anglers fear that colder weather means less fishing opportunities. The truth is, autumn is one of the best seasons for aggressive smallmouth bass. As the water cools, fish begin to feed aggressively, packing on the pounds for the long, cold winter. Shallow water smallmouth can be caught on both big and small lakes, providing everyone opportunities for bruiser bass. For the purposes of this article I will be specifically referring to clear water, natural lakes such as Erie, Ontario and Simcoe etc.
Hey guys and gals! Its fall and temperatures are falling quickly. For anglers up north lakes have started to turnover so this is going to place fish firmly in their fall patterns and as water temperatures continue to drop, you will see fall patterns turn into winter patterns. With this in mind lets look at what Tackle Grab sent us for September 2014!
Fall fishing is the best time of year, it’s where you can go out and catch your personal best just like I did this year. Cold weather, wind, rain, and even snow, if you haven’t put your boat away, you too have the chance to catch a fish of a lifetime!
The Rod Glove is a mesh plastic that wraps your rods protecting them from smashing against things and creating weak points that can break them. They have tapered tips proctecting the tip of your rod the most likely to break. They come in about 20 different colors that you can choose from to help you organize your rods. They also come in different sizes to fit everything from an ice fishing rod to your largest flipping stick.
The BFL is the nation’s largest and most lucrative weekend bass-fishing circuit. No other circuit offers more opportunities to win. The Angler of the Year and Co-angler of the Year from each division earn $1,000 and $500, respectively.
Predator fish can be picky; enough so that if something looks out of sorts, they’ll turn tail and swim off without second guessing. And it’s this sometimes moody “match-the-hatch” demeanor why Custom Jigs & Spins has added two new sizes to the popular Pro Series Slender Spoons collection. Based on angler demand, Custom Jigs & Spins has forged a shorter and sassier version, as well as another stamped thicker for a quicker fall and slightly different flicker.