Second Saddle Muskies
By: Larry Smith
Everyone knows I’m a walleye guy. I’m in pursuit of this marble-eyed fish almost every day, guiding clients and friends on lakes throughout Wisconsin from Winnebago to the Bay of Green Bay. Now, don’t get me wrong; I love fishing for walleye. If I didn’t, it sure would be hard to do what I do everyday, being the type of personality that gets bored easily. However, there is one particular species of fish that really gets me amped up more than I already am: Muskies. Continue Reading
Weekly Morning Trail Mix 7-24
You don’t want to miss out on this weeks morning trail mix!
Into the Deep for Summertime Crappies and Bluegills
Consistent Panfish Action
By: Dave Duwe
Maybe some of you can relate to this childhood memory.
My dad and I always went fishing in the shallow bays for bluegills in the spring. We had a great time. As summer grew closer, we continued to fish those shallow bays and I always wondered, “What happened to the fish?” The big bluegills became 3 to 4 inches by the middle of summer and we just thought the big fish weren’t biting. I guess we weren’t too good at figuring things out in those days. We just didn’t know how much we didn’t know! Continue Reading
Morning Trail Mix
To bring in the work week lets start our Monday out right with some of Morning Moss’s Weekly Morning Trail Mix! Continue Reading
Fishing Emerging Lily Pads for Bass
By: Glenn Walker
For many anglers once the calendar hits May, one thing is on their mind when they are in search of catching bass and that is vegetation, specifically the new lily pads that grow in many lakes and rivers.
There are several reasons that lily pads play such a key role in bass habitat, the first is that they provide bass with cover, both from the sunlight shining into the water, and also it provides them with an ambush point to feed, which leads into my second point. Continue Reading
Go Deep For Hot Summertime King Action!
By Capt. Lee Haasch
July mornings on Lake Michigan’s coast usually start a bit cooler, not this particular day. With a balmy 78 degrees at 3:45 am, it was going to be another warm one. Temperatures were predicted to hit 90 plus, with very little wind and lots of sunshine. While this might be normal for central Wisconsin, Algoma is the place most folks go to escape the heat. Another hot one… The surface temps already have crept to the upper 60’s and warming deeper is the trend. Continue Reading
It’s time to get your dose of trail mix! Continue Reading