by Bob Jensen  | Through the years, I’ve been to a lot of places where people gather.  It might be a sports show or a boat show or a home show or a restaurant, or just hanging out with friends: Wherever.  The conversation often goes to fishing, and, often, a non-fisherman in the group says […]

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by Bob Jensen  | It’s that time of year when the fish are starting to get a little conditioned to our ice-fishing presentations.  In fact, it’s that time of year pretty much any time of the year.  Fish truly do become conditioned to an angler’s choice of lures.  Conditioned means they quit hitting, or at […]

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by Bob Jensen  | In some areas of the Midwest, certain fishing seasons are getting ready to close, and in some areas they’ve already closed.  The closed season mostly affects walleye and northern pike anglers, and again, that’s only in some states or some areas of some states.  However, there will still be lots of […]

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by Bob Jensen  | I haven’t been able to do as much ice-fishing as I would like so far this year.  Between Holidays, hazardous travel and such, I’ve just been home-bound more than usual.  When that happens, I start thinking, and when I think about fishing, I think of places I’ve been and places that […]

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by Bob Jensen  | Across the ice-belt there are several species of fish that anglers have the opportunity to catch from under the ice.  Walleyes, northern pike, perch, crappies and other types of panfish, smallmouth and largemouth bass and even catfish can be caught by ice-anglers.  The thing is, our presentation needs to change for […]

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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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