Ice Fishing The Frozen Tundra

Just off the Frozen Tundra

Bay of Green Bay ice offers unique mid-winter opportunities for anglers

By Andy Mack 

It’s time to break out the ice fishing gear and prepare for what should be a great ice fishing season!

While numerous inland lakes are already covered with a few inches of ice, my thoughts turn to ice fishing on the Bay of Green Bay. Part of my pre-season preparation includes deciding on what species to target and when. In recent times, whitefish have been all the rage on the bay. Especially in the northern parts of the bay. But other species like pike, walleye, perch and even smelt are available if you know where to look and when. Continue Reading

Drag For Bass

Dragging for Bass

Breaking down the Carolina Rig

By Glenn Walker

For bass fisherman, the Carolina Rig is a great technique to employ when targeting bass relating to off shore structure. Notice how I didn’t include the word “deep” water in that statement. The Carolina Rig when modified can be used to target shallow water structure off the bank as well. Continue Reading