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February blogs Midwest Finesse

Februaries of the Past

Ned Kehde - January 31, 2018

February blogs

A trip of a lifetime. Canada

Lodge At Little Duck: Nejanilini Lake Manitoba

Jeff Simpson - January 31, 2018

A trip of a lifetime.

Here we present a selection of tried-and-true presentations that match the attitude and location of bass. Bass

3 Top Presentations for Bass

In-Fisherman - January 30, 2018

Here we present a selection of tried-and-true presentations that match the attitude and...

What makes this big bass factory so great? Bass

Lake Fork: Anatomy of a Trophy Fishery

Dr. Hal Schramm - January 29, 2018

What makes this big bass factory so great?

The Berkley PowerBait MaxScent D-Worm was introduced to the angling world in September, and Midwest Finesse

Berkley PowerBait MaxScent D-Worm

Ned Kehde - January 28, 2018

The Berkley PowerBait MaxScent D-Worm was introduced to the angling world in September, and

Buzzbait fishing isn't for the faint at heart. Bass

Catching More Bass on Buzzbaits

Jonathan Lepera - January 26, 2018

Buzzbait fishing isn't for the faint at heart.

Tips for taking more smallmouth through the ice. Bass

Ice Fishing for Smallmouth

Matt Straw - January 26, 2018

Tips for taking more smallmouth through the ice.

These techniques will help put more walleye in the boat when tough situations are presented. Walleye

Bottom Presentations for Winter Walleye

Cory Schmidt - January 26, 2018

These techniques will help put more walleye in the boat when tough situations are presented.

Doug Stange and Christian Hoffman use tiny tungsten jigs to ice huge smallmouths. Midwest Finesse

Finesse Rigging for Icy Smallmouths

Jeff Simpson - January 26, 2018

Doug Stange and Christian Hoffman use tiny tungsten jigs to ice huge smallmouths.

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