30 01, 2017

Pennsylvania Perch Grabbing Live Minnows


By: Joey Usher Western Pennsylvania isn’t known nationally for large perch. However, we do have a few lakes that harbor slab-size perch. The perch are active all year, and with trout stocking few-and-far between right now we’ve been spending time targeting them. To be honest since I’ve been playing with Fire Dye minnows so much [...]

Pennsylvania Perch Grabbing Live Minnows2019-10-31T08:53:09-07:00
29 01, 2017

Northern Montana Trout Showing Through the Ice


By: Chris Shaffer While much of the country is struggling to keep safe ice, most of Montana isn’t having that problem. In fact, in the northern part of the state it’s been a fantastic ice-fishing year, which we couldn’t say last season. The last holes we drilled extended nearly two feet. Anglers have welcomed it. [...]

Northern Montana Trout Showing Through the Ice2019-10-31T08:53:09-07:00
23 01, 2017

Montana’s Georgetown Lake Kicking Out Nice Bows


By: Chris Shaffer To say it was cold at Montana’s Georgetown Lake would be an understatement. When we arrived on a few feet of ice mid-morning the temperature rang in at -18. As cold as it was there was no wind. It wasn’t that bad, particularly considering we had no shanty and no portable heat. [...]

Montana’s Georgetown Lake Kicking Out Nice Bows2019-10-31T08:53:09-07:00