Adjust Your Soft Plastics Bait - Brian "Bro" Brosdahl

The Panfish master himself Brian “Bro” Brosdahl teaches you how to adjust your Impulse® Soft Plastics for any situation. Don’t be afraid to snip and trip to get the perfect size.Products featured in this video:Impulse® Skeleton MinnowImpulse® Water FleaMitee Mouse JigFor more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel: SHARESPECIESTOPICS

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Whitefish Chain, Minnesota

The Whitefish Chain of Lakes, covering more than 14,000 acres of Crow Wing County, is made up of 13 waterbodies dominated by Upper and Lower Whitefish, Big Trout, Rush, Cross and Daggett lakes. A number of lakes in the present-day chain were not actually connected until the 1880s when the Pine River Dam on Cross Lake was completed. The dam caused water levels to rise, creating permanent channels that hadn’t before existed.Today’s chain, consequently, is a vastly diverse system that&r…

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BUCK-SHOT® FLUTTER SPOON – Northland Fishing Tackle

It was a relief to be able to use the snowmobile up on Upper Red Lake. With 12, almost 13 inches of ice, it made for easy traveling.Upper Red Lake is shallow with areas of small underwater humps and islands, and a 3-5 ft break line that follows the shoreline. Our first location was in shallow water in the morning on the edge of a break (7-8.5 ft) but did not have much success.

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Lake McConaughy, Nebraska

“Lake Mac” or “Big Mac,” as it is lovingly referred to by Nebraskans, is 22 miles long, 4 miles wide and is the state’s largest body of water.The lake was formed on the North Platte River after construction of the Kingsley Dam was completed in the 1940s, with the primary goal of holding water for irrigating surrounding agricultural lands. Since, however, it’s become one of the top destinations for anglers and recreational boaters alike.While Lake Mac holds hyb…

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Safe Ice and Signs of Bad Ice - Alec Birdsall

When it comes to fishing early ice it’s important to be safe first. Lakes are starting to freeze up all across the Midwest but its important to check before you go. Minnesota Conservation Alec Birdsall talks about ice safety and gives you some information from the Minnesota DNR on how to determine what is safe ice and what isn’t.

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walleye ice-fishing

by Bob Jensen It won’t be long until we’re on the ice chasing walleyes. There are a lot of different ways to catch walleyes under the ice, but it seems like many, maybe even most walleye ice-anglers like to use spoons. There’s a good reason for that: Spoons and other styles of hard baits catch walleyes really effectively.

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BUCK-SHOT® RATTLE SPOON – Northland Fishing Tackle

By Mike Frisch Tips for finding walleyes during the very productive “early ice” fishing season were offered in my last story. This writing will be a look at ways to catch the early season walleyes we located.Arrive early and be quiet!Early ice fishing trips often occur on a few inches of ice, and often that ice is clear and not completely snow-covered. Plus, lots of the good early ice walleye action often occurs in shallow to mid-depth waters.

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