Spinner Component Storage

There are countless ways to boat walleyes, but the traditional spinner or livebait  harness probably accounts for as many as any other.  Their simplicity, ability to cover water and ease of use only adds to popularity.  Spinners are often thought of as a simple mindless rig and they certainly can be, but breaking down each…

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Border Water Walleye Beatdown (St. Louis River)

Captain Jarrid Houston takes us on a tour of the St. Louis River on the Minnesota/Wisconsin border, one of the more underrated walleye fisheries in the region. We have an action-packed day of multi-species fishing on the river, and share a few tips that will help you put more fish in the boat this season.

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Beast Mode

Northland’s new Rumble Beast triggers epic strikes from upsized predators BEMIDJI, Minn. (May 12, 2021) – Crankbaits simply catch fish. They always have and always will. And when you’re talking tape-measure fish, big crankbaits are where it’s at. Along those lines, Northland Fishing Tackle® is proud to introduce the new Rumble Beast, a bait designed…

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Jig & Minnow Walleye Masterclass (Spring Jig Tips)

The jig & minnow is a tried and true tactic for catching spring walleyes from Fishing Opener, well into the season. In this video, Brad Hawthorne goes through everything you need to know to put more walleyes in the boat using a jig & minnow…. and he catches a bunch of Mille Lacs walleyes in…

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Jig Fishing 101

  Who doesn’t have boxes of jigs laying around? No matter the species, it could be the most universal, widely copied, and versatile lure of all time. If we’re talking live bait, it’s the best delivery method for meat that I know of. If plastics, well there’s usually a jig involved here too. Yet, with…

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A Simple Plan – Float Fishing for Spring Crappies

  Float fishing for spring crappies is as American as apple and with a reward that taste even better. BEMIDJI, Minn. (May 11, 2021) – Don’t overthink it. Keep it simple stupid (KISS). Sometimes, there’s a reason the fullest buckets and livewells come at the hands of the most elementary approaches. Catching springtime crappies beneath…

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3 Patterns to Try for Opener Walleyes

  Opener is upon us, and finally the chance to connect with friends and family, all while catching fish at the same time. Each year the water and air temps may dictate the willingness of walleyes to eat, but there’s usually an effective pattern going on somewhere. That’s true in early ice-out years as well…

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