by Bob Jensen  | The hot months of summer can also provide some hot fishing action. Put your bait where the fish are and you will get bit. Summer, according to the calendar, has arrived.  In the fish’s underwater world, lots of things are going on.  All of these things affect what the fish do, […]

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by Jack Busby   For over 50 years Al and Ron Lindner have been helping anglers locate and catch fish. From the seminal “Secret Teachings” formula of F + L + P = Success to FRS (Fish Response System), decades of info-packed TV and radio fishing programming, countless DVDs, to Lindner Media’s “Angling Edge” TV […]

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by Bob Jensen  | The Midwest is blessed with all sorts of fishing opportunities. Lakes, rivers, ponds, and reservoirs dot our landscape.  Wherever you live, you don’t need to drive far to wet a line. Rivers can provide some outstanding fishing action throughout the summer. Actually, rivers can be good year ‘round, especially the larger […]

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by Bob Jensen I was on the ice last week with some friends fishing for perch and crappies and walleyes and whatever else wanted to bite.  We caught a good bunch of fish, but there were also lulls in the action when my friends and I talked about a bunch of different things.  Mixed with […]

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by Bob Jensen Hard to believe, but it’s already time to start thinking about end of the season ice-fishing.  In the southern stretches of the ice-fishing zone, the end of the season bite will start soon: In fact it has probably already started. In the northern regions of the ice-fishing world, the season can extend […]

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by Mitch Eeagan Winter’s grip will soon relax. As the season’s thick grey clouds thin, elevating rays of sun will slash through the bitter air and warm it to a more comfortable tone. The snowpack’s about to melt; the warming environment is a trigger for once-lethargic crappie to roam towards shallow water from their dead-of-winter […]

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By Jim Edlund with Pat Kalmerton Amidst the focus on jigging and mobility over recent years, some proven strategies have been lost in the icy shuffle. Regardless, tip-up fishing has consistently produced fish and put guys head-to-head in 50-yard dash sprints since day one. It’s forged (and compromised) friendships over the years, served as fun […]

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by Bob Jensen The year 2016 started off with cold temperatures and reports of a hot perch bite on Big Stone Lake at Ortonville, Minnesota, right on the Minnesota/South Dakota border.  Some friends and I planned a trip to Big Stone with an eye on the weather.  We decided that as soon as there was […]

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