Birth Of A New Ice ‘Elite’

February 13, 2013 by  
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Birth Of A New Ice ‘Elite’

New Lowrance Units Offer Accurate GPS Chart-plotting and Fishfinding In the Same Unit By Scott Glorvigen When the first handheld GPS units hit the scene, we were floored by the idea of being able to mark and revisit productive fishing spots. It introduced repeatability to the equation. Meaning we could quickly and easily find “spot-on-the-spot” […]

Don’t let anything stand in your way

February 2, 2013 by  
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Don’t let anything stand in your way

We are now living in an era where mechanization and technology continue to escalate at an amazing pace and it seems nearly impossible to keep up with everything being presented to us.  As gritty and quite accurately down to earth as the outdoor world is for those of us who choose to enjoy it, every […]

Hottest Gear on the Ice 2013

November 27, 2012 by  
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Hottest Gear on the Ice 2013

By Nick Simonson Dashing through the…um.  Let it…uh.  Oh the weather outside is… hmmm. Alright, so winter isn’t upon us just yet, but with the inevitability of ice in the near future, many anglers are abuzz with the latest and greatest equipment to help them successfully kick off the cold-weather fishing season.  Plus, after we’ve […]

Ice Fishing Gear – Clothing

December 21, 2011 by  
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Ice Fishing Gear – Clothing

by Bob Jensen Winter is making its annual visit.  Some folks really look forward to winter, others don’t.  One of the reasons some people don’t like winter is the cold.  However, with all the improvements that have been made in outdoor clothing, there really is no need to be cold.  Sure your nose and cheeks […]

Ice Fishing Gear for Crappie

December 14, 2011 by  
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Ice Fishing Gear for Crappie

By Scott Glorvigen In my mind, there’s no such thing as the ‘midwinter blues’ when it comes to ice fishing. Waiting it out until late winter isn’t an option, nor is the thought of lowering my expectations – a willingness to accept a mere few fish to show for a day’s efforts on the lake. […]

Ice Fishing Gear Preparation

November 14, 2011 by  
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Ice Fishing Gear Preparation

by Bob Jensen If you live in a region of the world where cold weather is part of the lifestyle, one of these days soon you’re going to wake up to a skim of ice on the pond.  If it stays cold and the wind doesn’t blow, the larger ponds and small lakes will get […]

Cameras for Ice Fishing

November 7, 2011 by  
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Cameras for Ice Fishing

By Ted Pilgrim with Tony Boshold Ice fishing ace Tony Boshold sees the big picture. Give the world champion angler an auger and an underwater camera in the morning, and later that day, he’ll have discovered the lion’s-share of a lake’s secrets. Many of the top anglers fishing the competitive ice fishing circuit these days […]