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Dave Genz with Mark Strand Well-balanced Presentations Trigger More ‘Ice’ Fish
If you don’t find fish deep, look shallower. If you don’t find them shallow, look deeper, especially close to large south-facing bays, inflowing creeks and rivers, manmade inlets and canals. Be extremely careful around current, as you always should. by Dave Genz with Mark Strand
Bob Jensen On Frozen Pond
When you take a youngster ice-fishing, a couple things are important. First, let them entertain themselves if they want to. Don’t force them to fish if they want to take a break and slide on the ice or explore or whatever. by Bob Jensen
Dennis Foster A Case to stay in Place
Yes, there is an advantage in numbers of lines set, but we must also realize that frequently and particularly in the case of big fish, that they are highly selective and simply prefer to lazily slurp down a large livebait rather than what they perceive as “chasing” an aggressively worked lure. by Dennis Foster
Jason Mitchell Contact Sport Walleyes
When walleyes shut down from activity, sitting on the sweet spot becomes crucial but the spook factor can vary from water to water. We have seen situations on the Fox River Chain for example in northern Illinois where anglers used tip ups in four or five feet of water over large sand flats and waited on shore because walking on the ice shut the fish down. by Jason Mitchell
Bob Jensen Walleyes On Spoons Through The Ice
Spoons catch walleyes as well was perch and crappies and pike. Give them a try this winter. If you’re fishing near fish, and if those fish are just a little bit hungry, they’re going to eat your spoon. by Bob Jensen
Ted Takasaki and Scott Richardson Ice Fishing Tools
There are situations (especially in dirty or stained water and in low light), where erratic, noisy baits are best. Despite evidence to the contrary, some anglers cling to the notion that sound scares fish away. by Ted Takasaki and Scott Richardson
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9 Feb 2016 at 12:26pm

A New Study Provides Clues to Finding Your Next Walleye Fishing Hotspot
Outdoor Life Magazine
While this has been found to be the case for walleye fisheries in Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin, there are exceptions, and New York's Oneida Lake is one of them. What Cornell University researchers have learned may help you keep your walleye catch ...

8 Feb 2016 at 3:29pm

New leader emerges in Shiver on the River walleye fishing competition
SAGINAW, MI ? A new leader emerged Sunday, Feb. 7, in the 2016 Shiver on the River fishing competition. Bob Leslie earned a spot at the top of the leaderboard Sunday when he weighed in a 10.2-pound walleye. Leslie edged out Andrew Parkinson, ...

3 Feb 2016 at 12:30pm

Springfield News-Leader

Area anglers prepare for walleye fishing in early March
Springfield News-Leader
For many Ozarks fishing folks, early March is time to get excited about walleye fishing. This popular member of the perch family, which many anglers say is the finest eating of freshwater gamefish, begins to spawn in early March. This spawning period ...

4 Feb 2016 at 1:00am

Farm and Dairy

Walleye fishing is a matter of bait, mood
Farm and Dairy
I think my brain is on overload after sitting through a piece of Lance Valentine's college level course on walleye fishing. This guy knows more about walleye behavior, stuff that serious walleye anglers can use to turn fishing into catching, than ...

3 Feb 2016 at 7:16pm

Northwest Herald

Sarley: Ed Klepacki, Jim Miller make a dynamic walleye fishing duo
Northwest Herald
Klepacki and Miller earned their invitation to the national Team Championship through a hard-fought season of success in World Walleye Association events here on the Fox Chain O' Lakes. The story of how Klepacki and Miller ended up fishing together is ...

4 Feb 2016 at 10:36am

Suburban Life Publications

A dynamic walleye ?shing pairing
Suburban Life Publications
Wonder Lake's Klepacki and Ingleside's Miller were the winners of the 2015 Cabela's National Team Championship in walleye fishing. The event was May 27-30, 2015, on Milford Lake in Junction City, Kansas, earning the pair a check for $30,000 and a ...

10 Feb 2016 at 3:45pm

10.2-pound walleye still in the lead as Shiver on the River nears final weekend
SAGINAW, MI ? With three full days of competition remaining, the fish to beat in the annual Shiver on the River competition remains Bob Leslie's 10.2-pound walleye. Leslie weighed in the enormous fish on Sunday, Feb. 7, a week into the popular winter ...

7 Feb 2016 at 8:52am

The top 15 anglers as Shiver on the River walleye contest reaches midpoint
31, at the Saginaw River near the USS Edson just downriver from downtown Bay City. Many anglers have entered the 28th annual Shiver on the River walleye fishing competition. The competition prepares to kick off Saturday, Jan. 31 through Feb. 14.

5 Feb 2016 at 11:46am

St. Lawrence County walleye fishing derby cancelled due to weather, anglers missing out on $20000 in prizes
North Country Now
MASSENA ? The St. Lawrence River Walleye Association Northern Pike Challenge, originally set for Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 20 and 21, has been cancelled. Event organizer Mike Gagner said that due to an extremely warm winter that the event would be ...

4 Feb 2016 at 9:12am

Thieving mink burrows into ice fishing shack, steals walleye
Keith spots the mink burrowing into his shack and initially speculates the animal is out to munch on minnow, but the mink has its sights set higher and soon grabs Keith's catch, a walleye. The fisherman chases after the mink with a mix of laughter and ...

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