While you can find crappie on many different types of water, trophies can be much harder to find as not every fishery produces big crappie.
Browsing: spring fishing
We look forward to this time of year each season—that period between ice-out and the spring crappie spawn, the latter which typically happens when the water temp hits 60-65 degrees.…
How using a split screen view when fishing river systems can improve your ability to stay on track and keep eyes on what’s ahead.
The Wisconsin fishing opener is this weekend and Wisconsin pro angler Caleb Wistad has forecasted where he believes the walleye, pike, bass, and panfish will be found. The cold temperatures…
Jason Mitchell shares three presentations that will help you land more walleye when fishing the early season on Green Bay.
Details on how to find and target lake sturgeon in the spring from Jason Mitchell and expert Chris Zahn on the Rainy River.
Swimming jigs is a very effective way to catch spring walleye. Here are 10 tips to help you master this technique and turn over more fish.
Kade Lynch from AquaTraction shares how to use Side Scan on the Missouri River sand bars to find spring walleye.
While each fishery can differ, we’ve found some universal concepts that seem applicable for walleye just about everywhere come spring.
Nicole Stone’s DIY guide to conquering Rainy River walleye in the spring with tips on where to go, lodging, presentations, and more.
Catch more walleye this spring on your hair jigs using this simple tip to increase your hook up rate.
When trolling crankbaits with your rod holder, simple popping your line every-so-often can help put more fish in your boat.