In-Fisherman - July 02, 2012
What American fish can grow to over 100 pounds, has no teeth, eats microscopic plankton, and...
Dave Hrbacek, St. Paul, Minnesota, says: "I'm a new subscriber and just read Doug Stange's...
Larry Lucas, Omaha, Nebraska, observed that on a trip to Minnesota right after the muskie...
The first shallow movements in spring will be to shallow, warm backwater areas (A). Protected...
The swimmin' worm is an oldie, a real forgotten goodie, that kicks fish butt. It's especially
Canadian fly-ins offer the ultimate fishing opportunities for trophy pike. Abundant big fish in
This slow-trolling method known as crappie spider rigging has been used for years to catch
Ned Kehde - July 01, 2012
The boot-tail grub has a long lineage in some finesse fishing circles.
One of the first ones...
Matt Straw - June 30, 2012
The freshwater drum (Aplodinotus grunniensÂ to you Latin-speaking folks out there) has more
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