This morning there were two inches of new snow on the ground. Winter doesn’t want to let go, but like it or not, winter is going away. When it does, I’m going fishing. And I’m going to be using a bait that many anglers don’t use early in the year. I’m going walleye fishing in a nearby river, I’m going to be wading, and the bait I’ll be using is,,,,,,a crankbait! Click Here for FUL ARTICLE…
Join the AO team as they talk with Mark Drury on how to have the most successful turkey season possible.
Wherever people fish, North, East, South, or West, we’re getting excited about returning to the water to go fishing. Some folks fish year ’round, whether it be through the ice in the north country or from a boat or shore in places where the water doesn’t freeze. The reality is though, that there are more people fishing in most places in the warmer months than in the cooler months, and the warmer months are fast approaching. CLICK HEADLINE FOR FULL ARTICLE
Walleyes are flexible, their lives spent adapting to ever evolving surroundings. This opposed to the fact that many walleye anglers are inflexible, set in their ways. Such was the case fishing alongside friends and relatives as a punk kid who should be happy just to have a seat in the boat. CLICK ON HEADLINE FOR FULL ARTICLE
Most turkey hunters like getting out in the field to patch together the pieces of the puzzle that will help them bag a bird once the redbuds start to bloom. Serious turkey hunters, however, see scouting as much more than an enjoyable way of shaking off late winter’s cabin fever. CLICK ON HEADLINE FOR FULL ARTICLE
Listen to Lee Clark to find out where you can find the biggest turkeys.
Turkey season eve is now upon us. Be sure to know the right calls for the right situation, and the best way to do that is taking the proven calling tips from AO Pro Staffer Lee Clark straight to the hunt.