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Tagged with 'fishing'

Success & Safety On Big Water Ice

riding in ice fishing truck

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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Gear Up for Ice

Ice Fishing

How you dress for ice fishing depends on whether you plan fishing on the open ice or in a shelter. Most anglers opt for a shelter. You don’t want to overdress while making your way to your destination. Ideally, you’ll want to peel off outer garments once you reach the cozy confines of the shelter. Clothing for cold-weather activities has improved in leaps and bounds in recent years. Not only are items like bibs, jackets, boots, and other apparel warmer than ever, but they are lighter and more comfortable. 

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Late-Fall Walleye Offensive Plays

whitewater fishing jacket and pole

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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Advantages Of Forward-Facing Sonar for Walleyes

Matt utilizing forward facing sonar while Walleye Fishing

In recent years, one of the most talked about tactics in the world of fishing has been forward-facing sonar. The popular modern method of finding and catching fish has given walleye anglers another tool to put in their arsenal, whether they are a weekend fisherman or tournament anglers with money and prizes on the line.

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