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Strategy for Shallow Hardwater Walleyes

Dr. Jason Halfen The Technological Angler With the arrival of hardwater across the northland, the much-anticipated ice fishing season has finally begun. Intrepid anglers, with ice picks draped over their shoulders and lightweight gear in tow, are now...

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Are you in Fish Fighting Shape?

Contrary to the opinions that most people have, fishing is very much a sport that can brutalize the body. Everything from extremely rough boat rides to crazy weather conditions to poor eating habits can have a significantly negative impact on your overall...

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Angling Ethics and Common Sense

Angling ethics is really a matter of common sense and courtesy. However, since it contributes to every angler’s safety, success and enjoyment today, and to the future of our sport, it should be of true concern to everyone who casts a lure or wets a bait. ...

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i-Pilot links sonar, GPS & trolling motor popular

Pro fisherman Mark Courts is no stranger to technology. He’s one of the new breed of anglers comfortable with laptops, iPhones, iPads and the latest fishing electronics on the market. And he knows how to use technology to his advantage in the walleye and bass ...

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Mo-Pod 3 turns camera into fish surveillance

First one to the fish wins the game. That’s true often enough. Yet the wise angler recognizes it’s the one who stays on the fish who usually wins the marathon. Aqua-Vu was the first to peek beneath the surface, some 15 years ago. It was and remains today the ...

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The Art Of Using a Baitcasting Fishing Reel

One of the most common sights on fishing trips is a professional wielding a baitcasting fishing reel and making the whole process seem effortless. The few beginners who have attempted to imitate fishing professionals have found out sooner than later that the...

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Locating carp using Visual Features

Many carp anglers have a habit of turning up at a place that they think looks the best or one where a few friends have caught carp before. However, carp will always feed in places where they feel safe, and if anglers are catching carp regularly from a certain ...

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Aquateko's Leader Innovations

For social order’s sake, amending laws should only be done through the proper processes: The public voices their opinion. Politicians write bills. Legislators vote. If majority rules, only then is there an amendment. But not every culture abides entirely...

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St. Croix develops elite musky Rods

St. Croix has forever been synonymous with “musky tackle.” (Feel free to spell it “muskie,” as dictated by your geographic location or personal preference.) When your rod shop lays smack dab in the musky heartland, you learn a thing or two about the needs of...

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A Whole Other Can of Worms

Time was, procuring a ponderous string of trout, catfish or sunfish involved little more than a willow stick with hook, line, sinker, and a coffee tin filled with lively critters—angleworms, nightcrawlers or even crickets. Fish gobbled ‘em up like candy. Life ...

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