by Bob Jensen I just got back from an ice-fishing trip to Big Stone Lake. Big Stone straddles the Minnesota/South Dakota border and is an outstanding fishery for a variety of fish species, but it’s the perch that brought us to Big Stone on this trip. Big Stone has become one of the Midwest’s premier […]
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 […]
This full show features 2 whitetail bow hunts. With Steve Bailey taking the lead as he waits for a giant buck to slowly make his way underneath his tree stand. Randy Banks on the other hand dose not have to wait long for a monster whitetail to come into his sight.
by Bob Jensen | With the ice-fishing season upon us, now is good time for some reminders about improving your chances for success through the ice. Following are some of those reminders. Just as in open water fishing, probably the most important key to catching fish through the ice is that you’ve got to be […]
by Bob Jensen | Depending on where you live in the Midwest, the ice-fishing season is winding down. Once March arrives, you know you’re on the downhill side of another season of ice-action. And, if you’ve done much ice-fishing, you know that March can provide some outstanding ice-fishing. Following are some reasons that you shouldn’t […]
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 […]