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Walleye on the Edge By Jason Mitchell - Tuesday, February 24, 2015

 By midwinter on many bodies of water, walleye location can often trend towards off shore structure and in many cases, deep structure. With the advent of map chips, more anglers are discovering and fishing these locations. 

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Satelitte Snooping for Fish By Scott Brauer - Tuesday, February 24, 2015

 Want to find the gold coins at the end of the rainbow on the ice? Sometimes the search begins before leaving home. 

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Mid-Winter Panfishing By Tim Moore - Tuesday, February 24, 2015

 Ahh mid-winter, the time of the ice fishing season ice anglers love to hate. Snow cover, ice thickness, and the length of time the water has been covered will all dictate where panfish can be found at various times of the ice fishing season

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Clean Up on Reluctant Bluegills By Jason Durham - Tuesday, February 24, 2015

 When anglers think of bluegills, otherwise referred to as sunfish or bream, they often envision gregarious fish actively competing to feed. While bluegills are, at times, seemingly present in nearly every location, eagerly attacking almost any small or medium sized presentation, panfish aficionados easily recall periods of bluegill inactivity and absence, which ultimately results in frustration.

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Catching Jumbo Perch from the Bottom Up By Dennis Kassube - Tuesday, February 24, 2015

 I t’s hard to believe we have been on the ice for more than a month. A fair amount of my ice time so far has been spent chasing and catching big perch in ultra-clear water

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When Panfish Behave Badly By Jason Mitchell - Tuesday, February 24, 2015

 A common mistake some anglers make is thinking the world below the ice is static, and that nothing changes.

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Out by the Crack By Jim Kasuda - Tuesday, February 24, 2015

 When the deep basin perch fishing gets tough on Lake Mendota, there seems to be a typical area to check for the presence of fish. “Out by the crack, that’s where I found them,” the seasoned perch jerker replied to the inquiring novice. Was it good advice, or just an ambiguous answer, meant to protect a secret spot?

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Big Fish, Big Water By Jason Hamilton - Tuesday, February 24, 2015

 Monsters — the true giants of a given species of fish — hold a common origin: big water. With a few exceptions, these rare beasts come from water bodies large enough to support their growth. A combination of forage, density and habitat availability work together to create the right mix for recordclass fish to roam

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Dead Stick for a Lively Bite By Jon Sibley - Tuesday, February 24, 2015

 The old saying “you make your own luck,” rings true. Increase your catch by increasing your odds. I think this holds true for all things. Put in the work and results will follow as in all aspects of life, and especially fishing.

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