5 02, 2020

New Mexico’s Eagle Nest Lake: Excellent for Ice Fishing

2020-05-08T12:27:42-07:00

By: Joe Vallejos It’s already been a good ice fishing season on Northern New Mexico’s Eagle Nest Lake and the good news is that ice should remain at least into mid March. It’s been two weeks since I was able to fish the lake, but the ice is still over a foot thick and the [...]

New Mexico’s Eagle Nest Lake: Excellent for Ice Fishing2020-05-08T12:27:42-07:00
2 02, 2020

On the Scene: Ice Fishing for Quebec Brook Trout

2020-05-08T12:28:15-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer Over the last 15 years we have filmed in Canada at least two dozen times. While it’s been a few years, we used to frequent the British Columbia Coast in search of salmon and the Lower Mainland for trout. We've been fortunate to trout fish the Alberta side of the Canadian Rockies. [...]

On the Scene: Ice Fishing for Quebec Brook Trout2020-05-08T12:28:15-07:00
24 01, 2020

Tips to Catching Northern Ontario Perch

2020-05-08T12:28:31-07:00

By: Tom Armstrong Lake Superior is the largest freshwater lake in the world. That brings visions of deep, crystal clear, cold water inhabited by a variety of large salmonids. While this is true the lake is diverse and also harbours a variety of warm water species. My favourite place to target warm water species through [...]

Tips to Catching Northern Ontario Perch2020-05-08T12:28:31-07:00
16 01, 2020

Colorado’s Stagecoach Reservoir Fishing Well Through the Ice

2020-05-08T12:29:01-07:00

By: Chris Shaffer Conditions are prime for ice fishing in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. And, after filming Pautzke Outdoors on Stagecoach Reservoir this week it’s safe to say we are in for another excellent season on the hardwater. We were fortunate to team up with Yampa Valley Anglers to film two episodes that will be released [...]

Colorado’s Stagecoach Reservoir Fishing Well Through the Ice2020-05-08T12:29:01-07:00
12 01, 2020

Catch Big Pike With Brined and Dyed Bait

2020-01-12T22:45:21-08:00

By: Kim Anthony I just finished a seminar about brining and dying baits for ice fishing and tend to get the same question every time. I get asked the same question online, too. People often ask me why it’s so much better to have bait that’s brined and dyed verses using natural bait. People want [...]

Catch Big Pike With Brined and Dyed Bait2020-01-12T22:45:21-08:00
2 03, 2019

Northern Ontario Anglers Chasing Lake Trout

2019-10-31T08:54:21-07:00

By: Tom Armstrong Unrelenting cold temperatures have plagued Northwestern Ontario for months. It’s been cold, ugly, consistently -30C and the wind chills are brining us down to -45C. The frigid temperatures suck the enthusiasm out of most anglers. Hopefully, with March’s arrival we should be seeing slightly warmer temperatures. The end to the madness comes [...]

Northern Ontario Anglers Chasing Lake Trout2019-10-31T08:54:21-07:00
21 02, 2019

Stagecoach Ice Fishing Super Good

2019-10-31T08:54:21-07:00

By: Mike Ainsworth In town for a skication in the Rockies I took an opportunity to go ice fishing on Colorado’s Stagecoach Reservoir. Stagecoach is a popular and productive destination in the Steamboat Springs area and I’d heard that fishing was good this winter. After spending a few hours on the ice the trip didn’t [...]

Stagecoach Ice Fishing Super Good2019-10-31T08:54:21-07:00
10 01, 2019

Northwest Ontario Ice Good for Walleye & Trout

2019-10-31T08:54:21-07:00

By: Tom Armstrong Cold temperatures and major snowfalls have winter in full force in Northwestern Ontario. As our lakes frozen early the region is covered in a layer of snow and ice. In fact, some anglers were drilling holes as early as November! Almost all area lakes are fishable through the ice. Many are even [...]

Northwest Ontario Ice Good for Walleye & Trout2019-10-31T08:54:21-07:00
28 02, 2018

Alaska Ice Fishing Update

2019-10-31T08:53:49-07:00

By: Dustin Slinker Early ice season in South Central Alaska was tougher than normal due to erratic weather patterns. However, as winter winds down conditions are improving and we are now on solid ice. With more than 20 inches of good ice on the majority of the lakes we’ve been on the fishing opportunities are [...]

Alaska Ice Fishing Update2019-10-31T08:53:49-07:00
20 02, 2018

Steelies & Browns On Tap in Southeast Wisconsin

2019-10-31T08:53:48-07:00

By: Kyle Deavers In Southeast Wisconsin this has been one of the better ice fishing seasons we’ve had catching brown trout in many years. Recently some steelhead have started to show too. With this week’s heavy rainfall more fresh steelhead are likely to arrive. We haven’t caught as many steelhead this winter as we are [...]

Steelies & Browns On Tap in Southeast Wisconsin2019-10-31T08:53:48-07:00
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