by Bob Jensen I was on the ice last week with some friends fishing for perch and crappies and walleyes and whatever else wanted to bite. We caught a good bunch of fish, but there were also lulls in the action when my friends and I talked about a bunch of different things. Mixed with […]
by Bob Jensen | Winter is not far off. In fact, depending on where you live, it’s already here. The Midwest provides lots of fishing opportunities throughout the winter months for both open water and ice anglers. Many anglers like to go ice-fishing, many others enjoy fishing in the open water in rivers below dams. […]
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 […]
by Bob Jensen In other parts of North America, anglers have the good fortune to have the opportunity to go ice-fishing for several months out of the year. If you live in an area where ice-fishing is a reality, you’re probably starting to think about it. Before you get too wrapped up in ice-fishing, you […]
The exotic 777 Ranch holds many animals that can take your breath away, but today’s special guest Karen Lutto goes after the indigenous whitetail. Check out this southern Texas hunting ground as she looks to harvest her first whitetail.
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 […]