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While yellow perch are most notably pursued through the ice and are a primary target of many anglers throughout the region during the cold wea…

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By Nick Simonson   While yellow perch are most notably pursued through the ice and are a primary target of many anglers throughout the region during the cold weather months, these fish can provide fast summertime action and a stockpile of delicious fillets that can rival the stash that winter anglers accumulate.  Connecting with roaming...

Summer fishing success often depends on finding those locations where walleyes are feeding, cruising and schooling. Detecting those prime piec…

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By Nick Simonson   Summer fishing success often depends on finding those locations where walleyes are feeding, cruising and schooling.  Detecting those prime pieces of underwater real estate comes down to a matter of feel, and keeping contact with the bottom is a great way to identify those transition areas from sand or mud to...

By Nick Simonson At this point in the year, stocked trout are acclimating to their new homes, and a variety of fishing options can be used to land them.  Stabilized and more educated to their environment – and the anglers surrounding it or boating through it – they may be a bit pickier.  However, as...

ANOTHER SHOT. A second wave of winter in as many weeks will hit the region, with heavy snow dominating the day over much of the state, and the highest piles will fall in the northern two-thirds.  We check out what’s in the forecast and go around the horn in today’s Three Things.   Featured Photo:...

By Nick Simonson   The end of the year and the start of a new one heralds not only a time to look forward at goals to be accomplished, but also to celebrate the seasons that have wrapped and analyze what went wrong, what went right and what lessons were learned to be relied upon...

BLOWIN’ UP.  Alright, we know, it’s going to be a windy weekend which just might make you change a few of your outdoor plans. But don’t worry, next week looks like something out of the “the autumn you wish we had for hunting” fairy tale book. Just hold on, things will improve (on Monday, of course)! ...

By Nick Simonson For avid lure makers, there’s nothing more valuable than a few quick shortcuts at the bench to crank out high-quality, customizable homemade baits.  With salmon season firing up, the addition of banded mylar strips to a tackle-crafter’s material list is a must have this time of year.  These stretches of mylar which...