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Trophy Walleye Time Has Arrived

You must have noticed it… Summer’s familiar clear blue skies have turned turn angry and gray. Gentle southern winds have evolved into frigid northerly gales. Bright leaves of crimson and gold now hang perilously from branches, and yes, ice scrapers

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Raymarine Releases New Ice Fishing Kit

Wishing you could take your  of Raymarine sonar out onto the ice?  Now, you can, Raymarine has released the Dragonfly 7 in an ice kit. The Raymarine Ice Fishing Kit includes everything ice anglers require to do just that—whether chasing

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Crappies on the Side

Fall is feeding time for predators of every flavor, and crappies are in full-on gorging mode; keenly aware of winter’s lurking. Knowing this, Seaguar and Raymarine pro Troy Peterson knows that finding the food means finding crappies. The fish are

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From Canada With Love

And now we go to our Canadian correspondent, Karl Kalonka, for blue-chip bass fishing tips… Say what? (Insert sound of vinyl record screeching to a halt.) Yes, friends, the Canadian frontier isn’t only about lifer walleyes, paddle-length pike and legal

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Unlocking the Secrets of the Stonefly

Early in June, on the Madison River just upstream a few hundred yards from Black’s Ford Access, the rainbows had been feeding ravenously on small elk hair caddis flies making for a wonderful day of fishing. Just then something landed

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SECRETS OF THE ICE HUNTERS

Ever caught an eight-pound walleye, 10-pound lake trout and 20-pound pike in a single ice-fishing season? Jeff Gussy Gustafson often does it in a single day. As a professional touring bass pro and host of Fishing with Gussy TV, Gustafson

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Fishing Tackle Tips for the Apocalypse

August’s epic flooding in Louisiana was our nation’s worst natural disaster since Hurricane Sandy unleashed her devastation on the East Coast in 2012. It came just 11 short years after Hurricane Katrina took the lives of over 1,200 people and

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Slow Down in School Zones

It happens right after Labor Day every year: Cold front after cold front roll through the Great Lakes states and Canada. And with every frigid rain and stony north wind, another pod of Chinook and coho salmon make their way

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The Best Bass Trick No One’s Talking About?

“No doubt, quite a few of us are using these cool little devices on the tour,” says Bassmaster Elite Series Pro, Brandon Lester, with a nod and a knowing grin. “But almost no one’s talking about it.” Hop into a

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Money Bass Patterns

In the past 14 years Alabama-based BASS Elite pro Matt Herren has qualified for five Bassmaster Classics and six FLW Cups, but hasn’t taken first since the 2007 Wal-Mart FLW Series BP Eastern on Arkansas’ Lake Dardanelle. “It’s been a

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Fooling Bass with Feathers; Open-Water’s Overlooked Opportunity

Statistics show bass being the most sought-after gamefish in the United States. This means there’s not many offerings a largemouth, smallmouth or spotted bass haven’t already seen. From tubes, grubs, spinnerbaits, crankbaits, jerkbaits…whatever, anglers have steadily reeled, dragged and juddered

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