Mid-Season Ice Fishing Tips

December 16, 2013 by  
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Mid-Season Ice Fishing Tips

by Bob Jensen The middle part of the ice-fishing season will soon be here.  There are things we do in the middle of the season that we don’t do earlier in the year.  For more fishing success in the next few weeks, keep these ideas in mind. I was fishing for perch through the ice […]

Rent Fish Houses on Red Lake

May 4, 2013 by  
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Rent Fish Houses on Red Lake

Up North Fish House Rentals on Upper Red Lake… Red Lake is one of Minnesota’s best lakes for walleye, world class northern pike, and nice slab size crappies. At Up North Fish House Rentals, all our houses are warm and clean with a plowed road right to your house. All houses are equipped with a […]

Yellow Perch Ice Fishing

December 4, 2012 by  
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Yellow Perch Ice Fishing

by Jason Mitchell When we look at yellow perch ice fishing, I dare say that we typically catch ninety percent of the fish in a ten percent window.  Perch fishing on most bodies of water consists of drilling holes to get on fish and getting that one or two flurries that fills the pail.  You […]

Ice Fishing Pre-Season

October 30, 2012 by  
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Ice Fishing Pre-Season

by Bob Jensen It’s not here, but it’s near.  Ice fishing that is.  It’s November.  Many hunting seasons are in full swing. Those are an ice-anglers reminders that it’s time to start thinking about ice-fishing.  Depending on Mother Nature, we could be ice-fishing in just a couple of weeks in the northern states.  Now is […]

Walleye Ice Fishing Tips – Tough Conditions

January 23, 2012 by  
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Walleye Ice Fishing Tips – Tough Conditions

by Bob Jensen   When you’re ice-fishing, just like when you’re open water fishing, there are days when the fish get finicky.  They might be finicky due to weather conditions, or it could be fishing pressure that has them closed-mouthed.  Whatever the reason, just like in open water, there are some things you can do […]

Ice Hole Drilling Session

February 10, 2011 by  
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Ice Hole Drilling Session

Our Outdoors: 180 Ice Holes By Nick Simonson 180 ice holes make an area about the size of a football field look like a giant slice of Swiss cheese. 180 ice holes feel like a P90X doubles workout day followed by a lactic acid soak for the shoulders, back and triceps, even with a lightweight […]

Dead Stick Walleyes

November 1, 2010 by  
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Dead Stick Walleyes

By Jason Mitchell There are many environmental factors and conditions that can pin you down and keep you from making a lot of moves on the ice.  Extreme white out conditions, arctic winds, deep slush and heavy snow cover can slow down the mobility concept in a hurry.  There are situations where you can’t go […]

Pierre SD Ice Fishing Tournament

September 3, 2010 by  
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Pierre SD Ice Fishing Tournament

PIERRE, South Dakota – Recreational variety and creative planning are shaping a unique event to be held next February in central South Dakota. The first-ever Winter Fishing Weekend (WFW) is scheduled for the weekend of February 4-5, 2011, presented by the Sports Committee of the Pierre Area Chamber of Commerce The main event of WFW […]