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 The classic 2 1/2-inch Z-Man's green-pumpkin ZinkerZ is at the top of this photograph. The Midwest Finesse

Z-Man's ZinkerZ vs. Z-Man's Finesse T.R.D.

Ned Kehde - June 23, 2015

The classic 2 1/2-inch Z-Man's green-pumpkin ZinkerZ is at the top of this photograph. The

 Tw0 1/16-ounce green-pumpkin Ozark Finesse Heads. The bottom one is rigged with a 2 1/2-inch Midwest Finesse

Prescription Plastics' Ozark Finesse Heads

Ned Kehde - June 19, 2015

Tw0 1/16-ounce green-pumpkin Ozark Finesse Heads. The bottom one is rigged with a 2 1/2-inch

While tried-and-true tackle provides a comfortable
confidence when heading to the lake, it's Panfish

2015 Top New Tackle Picks

Steve Quinn - June 16, 2015

While tried-and-true tackle provides a comfortable confidence when heading to the lake, it's

Steve Quinn and Dan Cravin use Gulp! minnows to catch big bluegills. Panfish

Tasty Bait Bluegills

In-Fisherman - June 16, 2015

Steve Quinn and Dan Cravin use Gulp! minnows to catch big bluegills.

Helping anglers become pain-free. Midwest Finesse

Pain-free Fishing: an Update

Ned Kehde - June 15, 2015

Helping anglers become pain-free.

Crappies typically lay their eggs in shallow protected areas, on harder bottoms where males can dig Panfish

Basin Crappies

In-Fisherman - June 11, 2015

Crappies typically lay their eggs in shallow protected areas, on harder bottoms where males...

An interview with Dave Lefebre and Bernie Schultz on how they like to fish the Rapala Shadow Rap. Bass

Rapala's Shadow Rap

Ned Kehde - June 11, 2015

An interview with Dave Lefebre and Bernie Schultz on how they like to fish the Rapala Shadow...

To some, a catfish rig is a catfish rig. But to catfish anglers who consistently catch more and Catfish

Focus On Catfish Rigs

Brian Ruzzo - June 07, 2015

To some, a catfish rig is a catfish rig. But to catfish anglers who consistently catch more...


Categorized as coolwater fish, large pike prefer water temperatures
in the mid-60°F range or Pike & Muskie

Probe Deep For Summer Pike

Steve Ryan - June 07, 2015

Categorized as coolwater fish, large pike prefer water temperatures in the mid-60°F range or

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