When trolling crankbaits with your rod holder, simple popping your line every-so-often can help put more fish in your boat.
Successfully trolling in shallow water means being precise. One way to improve precision is to adjust the angle of your rod with your rod holder.
Tony Roach is walleye fishing royalty in the state of Minnesota and has a tremendous track record as a guide on Mille Lacs Lake. Roach loves to use jerk baits for…
Dirty water in the spring can make fishing tough. We cover a quick tip on water color to help you find more post spawn walleye.
Post spawn walleye often don’t travel far from their spawning sites and can be found by looking for a few key things.
Targeting spring crappies can be easy if you know where to find them and how to target them. Here are a couple quick tips to keep in mind.
Nicole Stone provides a complete guide to spring crappie fishing. Learn where to find them, what to use, when they spawn, and why they turn black!
High water, debris, and poor visibility can make spring river walleye fishing challenging but there are a few adjustments that will help you catch more fish.
If you can gain confidence using soft plastics for river walleye in the spring, there’s no doubt in my mind that you will land more fish.
When it comes to preparing for the open water season in the boat, there’s a few things to keep in mind to set yourself up for an easy start.
Nicole King shares her best tips on how to target trout in streams for Wisconsin’s early catch-and-release only season.
On so many natural lakes, slip bobbers are deadly on walleye, particularly early in the season and during the toughest conditions.