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 […]
by Bob Jensen | To some anglers, lure color isn’t that important. To other anglers, color is very important. To the most successful anglers, lure color is part of the equation. In a good number of situations, whether it be open-water or ice-fishing, the color of your lure can affect how many fish you catch. […]
Dave and Ron York set there sights high in the altitudes of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. They are very successful in calling many immature elk into their sights, but pass. Their patience pays off when a big bull responds to their call in this muzzle loader hunt.
by Bob Jensen | Ice-fishing is in high gear wherever people go ice-fishing. Ice-fishing can be a wonderful social event that anglers of all skill levels and ages can take part in. I recently got to watch a dad introduce his young son to ice-fishing with outstanding results. The best time of the ice-fishing […]
by Bob Jensen There’s been a skim of ice on the small ponds lately in the northern part of the region where people go ice-fishing. That skim is gone by late morning, but it’s a reminder that ice-fishing is getting closer every day. Although the more we learn about ice-fishing the more we realize that […]