September 2011

Fish Finder Tips

Lowrance/Humminbird Fish Finder Tip of the Week

Fisherman are always looking to optimize their fishing setup. Whether it be their boat, electronics, rods, line, or baits, you name it. Half the fun is tinkering with stuff to make it the way you like it. Here is something you can do to your Lowrance or Humminbird fish finder to
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Lowrance HDS DownScan and Sonar

3 Reasons for Saving Fish Finder Screenshots for the Offseason

Newer fish finders that have the capability to capture screenshots, such as the Humminbird 998 and Lowrance HDS-10, give fisherman a great oppurtunity to learn more about fish, in the offseason. Capturing screenshots is easy, and should be a common habit for you. You can view
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Boat on the Lake

Fishing Lists – 6 Things to Remember for an Everyday Fishing Trip

Isn’t amazing how you always get the feeling you’ve forgotten something when you pull the boat out of the driveway and start heading down the road? With a little bit of preparation, you can ease the anxiety. Here is a simple list of 6 things you need to remember for
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Asian Carp

Asian Carp in Minnesota

The Time is Now for Stopping Asian Carp In the land of 10,000 lakes, Governor Mark Dayton has drafted a plan, for Congress, to grant authority for emergency dam closures if Asian Carp are found downstream. A meeting held yesterday with a variety of  representatives helped put
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Chippewa Flowage Musky

Musky Fishing the Big Chip – Part 2 – Success!

Chippewa Flowage Musky Fishing Continued… Recap Previously in the first post, Moondog and I had just met up with my brother on the famous musky waters of the Chippewa Flowage. T-Whomper had one rollover a bucktail, but that has been it. For more details, click here.
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Moondog Musky Fishing

Musky Fishing The Big Chip – Part 1

  Chippewa Flowage Musky Fishing I recently made my first trip to the Chippewa Flowage in Wisconsin over Labor Day weekend with Moondog, and it proved to be a memorable one. Fishing a new body of water is always exciting, especially when it is the famed Chippewa Flowage. The
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Family in the boat

Taking the Family for Boat Ride

Time is a valuable resource, it’s a shame to waste it.   If you are finding it difficult to find time to get out in the boat, and you haven’t spent a lot of time with your family lately, set aside an evening or weekend to get in the boat with your family. Make yourself do
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