Well-balanced Presentations Trigger More ‘Ice’ Fish
Role of the rod and line in ice-fishing success, plus late-ice tips
By: Dave Genz
This winter, we’ve focused on what Dave Genz considers the keys to presenting a bait to fish under the ice. About the effectiveness of horizontal jigs, knot positioning and cadence of the presentation. To tie a bow around the topic, a bit about the crucial role the rod and line play in your ability to execute the Genz pounding presentation and experiment with cadence. Continue Reading
A Horse of a Different Color
A few months ago I made my annual pilgrimage, along with a few fishing buddies, to Canada’s Lake of the Woods, an amazing fishery with over 14,000 islands and 65,000 miles of shoreline that are abundantly inhabited by deer, bear, bald eagles and a profusion of other flora and fauna. Continue Reading
Robots and Hunting
By: Chuck Granade
The stalk is on.
The wind is perfect.
The predator is smartly approaching the unsuspecting prey.
The weapon of choice? Convenience.
The prey? The Tradition of Hunting. Continue Reading
Morning Trail Mix
Now here is a trail mix that you don’t want to miss!
Weekly Morning Trail Mix 6-26
Your daily dose of morning trail mix is here! Enjoy your week knowing that you had a dose of Morning Moss’s trail mix! Continue Reading
Morning Trail Mix 5-1
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Weekly Morning Trail Mix
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2017 Wisconsin Fishing Expo sees 12.5-percent attendance spike
Slinger, WI – The Wisconsin Fishing Expo (WFE), already the largest fishing expo in Wisconsin, and arguably the Midwest, drawing over 20,000 attendees per year, saw a 12.5-percent increase in paid-attendance for 2017. Held at the at the Alliant Energy Center Convention Hall in Madison, WI, with over 110,000 square feet of exhibit space, the 2017 WFE boasted a combination of new attractions, focused advertising, and mostly-favorable weather which helped to contribute to the WFE’s continued success. Continue Reading