If I had to describe the perfect day to go walleye fishing it would go something like this: There would be a nice cloud cover with no precipitation, the wind would be from the southwest creating a manageable walleye chop and the water temperatures would still be cool enough to support my all-time favorite bait, the spot tail shiner.
Turkey season just can’t get going soon enough for many hunters who are ready to get into the spring woods.
It’s hard to believe that with all the extreme cold we have experienced so far this winter that there would be anything but good hard clear ice for ice fishing.
Do you remember how you were introduced to the outdoors? Was your first experience angling for sunfish, or was the annual tradition of a Minnesota deer camp your first recollection.
Being a very gregarious person off the ice, I am a stickler on the ice for privacy. It’s really not a people thing but rather I have found getting away from the masses on the ice means better success for this angler. Ice anglers as a group tend to flock to community spots during the [...]