Clam Pro TackleTM
Announces New Open Water Tungsten Jigs
Rogers, Minn. (February 15, 2018) – The secret to catching fish through the ice is out and being embraced by open water anglers. For many years, Clam Pro Tackle has been helping ice anglers achieve success by using the benefits of tungsten in a vertical presentation. With the launch of a new initiative, CPT365, Clam tackle innovators are giving all open water anglers a new deadly weapon for their arsenal— the Drop Tg Tungsten Jig. Continue Reading
Walleye Fly Rig
Kyle Sorensen with OB Outdoors shows you how to tie a walleye fly rig! Catch more fish today!
Spin-n-Glo’s: Invading the Midwest for Walleye
By Captain Pat Kalmerton
When fishing the Midwest for walleye there is always a “must have” in every angler’s arsenal. However, those “must haves” are changing ever so rapidly it is hard to keep up with what is new on the market yet actually works. Sometimes there are those hidden jewels that have been around for years that maybe couldn’t be found in your area, therefore, you would have no idea what they are or if they work. Continue Reading
The Loop Knot
Do you know your knots? Check out the loop knot and catch more fish!
By: Mad Dog
Merrill and I have been grilling as a team for 33 years now. We have seen, heard and grilled it all! We have seen many changes in the grilling industry and the way meats are harvested. Let’s go back to 1952 when gloriously colored, 22 ½ inch charcoal grills hit the scene. That’s how it all started. Three layers of coals, a full can of lighter fluid and the CAVE MAN’S HOTTEST HEAT MACHO MAN GRILLER WAS BORN! (Better known as carcinogen man). Continue Reading
By: Holly Hanson
It wasn’t until I moved to the Northwood’s of Wisconsin, in my early 30’s, that I learned about the significance of the “fishing opener.” Having grown up in Fond du Lac, WI I don’t recall having any specific time to start fishing or stop fishing. Well, “Up North” it’s a big deal! I would start the week of, getting rods and tackle cleaned and ready to go. My fishing mentors, who were “locals,” having grown up in the Northwood’s, knew all the ins and outs of the area. I was very fortunate to have been taken under their wings. Continue Reading