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Relief is Coming

Relief is Coming

John Rasmussen With this winter being one of the snowiest on record here in Minnesota, I’m sure most of us have been day dreaming about open water and camo Crocs but let’s not get too far ahead ourselves. Travel is brutal on the lakes right now but

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Tough Travel Sight Fishing

Tough Travel Sight Fishing

Tough Travel Sight Fishing By: Bryan Myers, In-Depth Outdoors Pro One of my favorite techniques for chasing panfish is sight fishing in clear water. It’s something I have done for years but I never feel like I spend enough time doing it. It’s something that works for

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Walleye Bacon Bites

Walleye Bacon Bites

Ingredients –        Canned Water Chestnuts –        Thin Cut Bacon –        Walleye Fillets –        Your favorite BBQ Sauce –        Toothpicks Preparation –        Preheat oven to 400F –        If the fillets are frozen let them thaw out overnight. –        Remove any of the freezer burned meat. –        Soak toothpicks

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Suspended Walleye? You Bet!

Suspended Walleye? You Bet!

The fish I aim to speak about in this blog is one that is spoken of quite frequently, whether it be in a posting on social medias, over numerous radio stations and or in the newspaper and is the topic of many controversial conversations and debates. It

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Sealing the deal with cold front early ice gills- Precision Noodle

Sealing the deal with cold front early ice gills- Precision Noodle

Early season ice fishing is undoubtedly one of the most opportunistic times of the year to get on crazy bites; for all species of fish. A favorite of mine during this time of the year is the big bull bluegill bites (Say that five times fast). The

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