by Bob Jensen Across the Midwest, anglers have lots of fishing options. There are a good number of different fish species to catch, and there are a lot of different ways to catch the different species of fish. One species of fish that doesn’t get a lot of attention is the northern pike. Most […]
by Bob Jensen It’s late winter. Lots of anglers are thinking of the upcoming open water fishing season. Many of those anglers are starting to plan a fishing trip or two that will take place this spring or summer or fall. Following are some ideas that may be helpful in planning a fishing trip. Some […]
by Bob Jensen My ice-fishing is officially done until ice returns next fall. Now it’s time to start thinking about open water fishing. Every new year brings new things to add or consider adding to my fishing. In the open water fishing season of 2015, I’ve got some new things that I will be trying, […]
by Bob Jensen We’re in the summer season pretty much everywhere in fishing country. The spawn is over, so the fish, regardless of specie, are doing one thing: They’re either eating, or they’re looking for something to eat. If you can put a bait in front of a fish in a way that looks appealing […]
World Champion Turkey Caller Roy Rhodes teams with AO’s Fred Ramsay to take on some Missouri turkeys. Rhodes is the first person in modern history to capture two different world calling titles. He is probably better known as a World Champion Duck Caller.
by Bob Jensen Walleyes are often thought of as a fish that inhabits the depths, and there are times when most of them will be found in deep water. However, there are other times, more than you may think, when you can catch walleyes shallow, shallow being 8 feet or less. Here are some ideas […]