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3 Pike Lures That Will Get you Bit

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Ice-Out

The earliest part of spring, when the ice has just finished melting and open water is first accessible, is also the hardest time in spring to entice a pike bite. They are either just finished or just at the tail end of spawning, and are not looking to work for a meal. Many people will use whole dead baits such as perch, sucker, or other prey fish, sitting still near the bottom. You can achieve the same result without the mess by choosing the right plastic.

 

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5 Favorite RLM Elite Lures

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#5 Freedom Tackle Hydra Shad

The Hydra Shad from ​Freedom Tackle​ is touted on their website as the “ultimate hair jig”, and boy does it seem to hold up to that name! Now, I love a good hair jig to begin with, but the Hydra Shad really ups the game. A combination of buck hair, feathers, and reflective streamers makes up the 6” profile of this bait. Topped with a ⅝ oz swivel jig head, this is a bait that will bring in some huge predator fish. Forget panfish or bass, this is getting thrown for big walleye and pike. 
Fish this bait along weed lines in spring and early summer when walleye are feeding in shallower water. Toss it into a current where the water movement will ripple the hair and feathers around in a mesmerizing, life-like fashion. Irresistible!

Hydra Shad

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Using Docks To Catch Big Bass

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In my bass tournament experience I have caught big bass and won money fishing under cottage docks and boathouses! Bot all docks hold quality fish and at times no fish at all. There is a few key factors that I look for when approaching a new dock.

*Boat houses are great fish factories as well*  

Below are 5 tips to to ensure your success when approaching new docks.

  • Water depth under end of the dock is key. Too shallow and those big bass won't have room to hunt. Too deep with no bottom structure for the bait fish to hang means no bass around looking.
  • Type of dock and how busy is it. Some docks are much easier to fish then others. Does it appear like children are always playing around the dock area? If so chances are the big bass will not be sticking around that dock.
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Ice Fishing For River Walleye

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Winter has arrived in full force, and that means one thing, ice fishing! Whether you are waiting for the ice to thicken up, or are already out punching holes, you can never be too prepared. Part of that preparation involves having the right gear, and making sure you are safe on the ice.


Another part of that preparation is arming yourself with a little bit of knowledge about the fish you are targeting. Today I am here to share my 4 best pieces of advice for finding those elusive river walleye under the ice.

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Lake Trout Opener

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Twas the day before opener, and all through the house
The anglers get ready for first ice lake trout
The rods were all set with tackle in tow
In hope that the morning would be good to go
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Some content was to similar, would rather larger spectrum of baits

Good quality lures, actual name brand not cheap crap some might think.

So happy!!!!

I was so happy to find a Canadian company to order from! And in true Canadian fashion, I was not disappointed!!! I purchased two boxes at once, both were originally for my husband (Fathers day) but being an avid fishing family - I opened one up for myself. Both boxes were filled with awesome products we have never used before and it was really nice to finally have something new to try. In the end, we can’t wait for our next box!!!!!!

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I thought the box was really good