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Boating/Fishing: After the Eclipse

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Sun back in full posture, Whitewater Fishing proudly rolls out the new Rays Performance Hoodie. Anglers are wising up, however, many wearing long-sleeved and hooded shirts with built-in sun protection. To that point, the technologically advanced Rays Performance Hoodie offers UPF (ultraviolet protection factor) 50+ sun defense. 

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Success & Safety On Big Water Ice

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Given intermittent warming trends, we talked with Korey to get the scoop on best practices for staying safe on big water ice like North Dakota’s massive 200,000-acre-plus Devils Lake as we head from an unusually mild midwinter period into late-season ice.

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Late-Fall Walleye Offensive Plays

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While Kemos still likes to put a deer in the freezer, in recent years he’s spent a lot more of October, November, and even December on the water.

“When the water temp hits about 50 degrees a lot changes. First, lakes have gone through turnover, and this allows walleyes to roam anywhere in the entire water column, from 5 feet to 50 feet of water.”

While he says finding fall fish can sometimes be challenging, he spends a lot of time shallow and generally has positive results. 

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Five Essential Boat Items That Can Save Your Fishing Day

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Fishermen who are boat owners know that things can happen in a blink of an eye, preventing them from enjoying their time fishing or ending the trip entirely. It could be a mechanical issue with the boat, Mother Nature, or even an emergency issue that might ruin an angler's plans. Here’s a list of five boat essentials that can save your fishing day when unexpected events occur.

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