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  • Teen lands patent for fish hook that won't let worms get away

    Teen lands patent for fish hook that won't let worms get away

    Casting for blue gills, bass and crappies at favorite fishing spots around his hometown...

  • Winter promotion let’s kick it off

    Winter promotion let’s kick it off

    Today starts our winter promotion let’s kick it off with ...

  • Let’s talk about matching new electronics to trolling motor

    Let’s talk about matching new electronics to trolling motor

    Anyone out there use their “link” often and for what purpose?

  • Let Seaguar lines and leaders connect you to braggin’-sized Esox

    Let Seaguar lines and leaders connect you to braggin’-sized Esox

    It happens with the suddenness of a broken shoelace. Clear blue skies turn angry and gray. Gentle southern winds that once rippled the water’s surface evolve into frigid northerly gales. Bright leaves of crimson and gold are driven mercilessly from their trees, and in the blink of an eye, rain converts to the first snowflakes of the year. With all of its bawdiness and urgency, fall has arrived across the northland.

  • Top-5 factors in boating accidents | Reminders for 4th of July

    Top-5 factors in boating accidents | Reminders for 4th of July

    Just like Americans’ hectic Thanksgiving Day holiday travel habits, July 4 is recreational boating’s biggest holiday of the year. The nonprofit BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water predicts crowded launch ramp and marina facilities with significant recreational boat traffic congestion on lakes, rivers and coastal waters. Operator inattention, improper lookout, operator inexperience, machinery failure, and alcohol use rank as the top five primary contributing factors in accidents according to the U.S. Coast Guard, and each could come into play on boating’s biggest time of the year. Here are five July 4 safety tips from the BoatUS Foundation:

  • LIVETARGET: Let the Good Times Roll...and Rattle

    LIVETARGET: Let the Good Times Roll...and Rattle

    Let the good times roll…and rattle! LIVETARGET’s lipless rattlebait primer for hardwater walleye Ontario-on-the-Lake, Ontario  – Recent years have witnessed explosive growth in our understanding of the hardwater walleye. As more anglers tread familiar and exotic walleye waters, our repertoire of productive techniques for everyone’s favorite Perciformes has expanded rapidly. Gone are the days when we were limited to set lines dangling sucker minnows along weedlines, hoping for a random bite or two as the sun tucked behind the trees. The most successful walleye anglers have adopted a power fishing approach, running-and-gunning with big baits and aggressive presentations; a mobile mindset that has been rewarded with more and bigger fish.

  • When they let you know what they’re eating

    When they let you know what they’re eating

    Hunter Shryock matching the hatch.