FISHING, FAMILY, FRIENDS AND TACKLE WITH JOHN & DUANE PETERSON

Northland Fishing Tackle

A look at how fishing with family and friends aided in the growth of Northland Fishing TackleFor many fishermen, the sight of a bright yellow and red package was a common thing to be found in your tackle box growing up in the Midwest.  Northland Tackle, coined the “Fisherman’s Favorite” is an iconic brand that is synonymous with fishing in the Midwest, particularly Minnesota.John and Duane following their induction into the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame in 2012….

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Lake Gogebic, MI

Lake Gogebic, MI

Lake Gogebic is the largest natural lake in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Roughly 14 miles long, north to south, and 2½ miles wide, the lake spans two time zones and covers parts of Gogebic and Ontonagon counties. Yet, it lies entirely within the 1-million-acre Ottawa National Forest.Uniquely shaped like an inverted boot, Gogebic features rock/cobble/gravel shorelines that quickly transition into vast fields of mud and muck, along with weedy, fish-holding cover, especially at its nort…

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BEST SMALLMOUTH BASS TRIP EVER

Mike Frisch with maybe his best-ever smallmouth taken on Kabetogama Lake in northern Minnesota

by Bob Jensen In thirty five years of fishing all over the Midwest and much of North America, I’ve had the good fortune to get in on some outstanding fishing action for a wide variety of fish. In narrowing that down a bit, I’ve had some memorable days of catching smallmouth bass. I have fond memories of outstanding smallmouth catching on the Rainy River with John Peterson, with Toad Smith on Rainy Lake, Jim McDonnell on Lake Erie, and all by myself on the Shellrock River in nort…

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Fall Panfish on Tungsten Baits

Fall Panfish

By Kevin DahlkeFall fishing means water temperatures are dropping and the fish are going into a feeding mode in preparation for the upcoming winter. These fish are roaming and searching for available food and that is key for finding these feeding fish.Once you have an area scoped out, bait presentation becomes key for being successful on the water and in turn, making for an enjoyable day. A bait combination that has been working well on catching these fall panfish is the Northland Mitee Mouse Ji…

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The Difference Between UV and Glow

The Difference Between UV and Glow

Understanding the differences between UV and glow finishes is key to knowing which one to fish. Glow emits light after being charged with an external light source, while UV treatments reflect existing ultraviolet light from the sun. Read The Article: https://www.northlandtackle.com/uv-and-youProducts featured in this video:UV BUCK-SHOT® SPOONUV FORAGE MINNOW® SPOONUV FORAGE MINNOW® JIGTUNGSTEN UV FIRE-BALL® JIGMIMIC MINNOW® UV For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel: SHARESPEC…

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Customize Your Swivel-Head Jig

Custom Swivel-Head Jig

In its short life the Swivel-Head Jig has proven itself as a fish catcher. It consists of a football style stand-up head, swivel and Northland's Crawler Hauler Hook. This creates a swinging swiveling action unlike any walleye jig on the market.

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Bulrushes for Fall Largemouth

Bulrushes for Fall Largemouth

By: Angling Buzz It’s early October and water temperatures have dropped down below the 60 degree mark in the lakes we fish here in the Upper Midwest! If you like to catch big largemouth bass and you’re wondering where to find them this time of year, I would recommending perusing the bulrushes. That is where many big largemouths call home right now.

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FALL FOR THE WEEDLINE

Mike Frisch – Largemouth Bass

by Bob Jensen The weedline is an outstanding location to find fish during any season. As soon as the weedline is established, and even before, predator fish will be there looking for something to eat. There will be fish along the weedline all summer, and lots of anglers like to drill holes in the ice along the weed edge in the winter because they know fish will be cruising the area.

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Northland’s Chad Maloy Gunning For A World Championship On Fox River

Chad Maloy

Team Northland member Chad Maloy of Fargo, North Dakota, has his sights set on a walleye world title. Along with teammate Don Denning, Maloy is competing this week, Oct. 6-8, in the Masters Walleye Circuit World Walleye Championship out of Green Bay, Wisconsin.The event pits the top 48 teams from the circuit’s 2015 season against one another for more than $80,000 in winnings, besides some pretty sweet bragging rights on the walleye scene.Tournament boundaries include Wisconsin waters of Lake Mic…

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