Today’s Top 5
…we figured we should honor our Jedi Masters:
We see what you did, Ice FORCE …
“Catch or catch not. There is no try.”
– Super Competitive Fishing Yoda
Bay of Quinte still on fire.
Jeff Chisholm dumpin’ 13.84 lbs back into the Bay:
Awesome to see a fish that big on video. Caught on a Rapala Deep Jointed Husky Jerk 12 — suspended over 120′. Ten minutes later they boated a 15-lber that was 33″ x 20.5″. Was it this one? Wow!
Monday’s big winds broke a big ice sheet free from shore. Glad all are okay. Stranded or not, you can’t complain about fishing on a Monday!
Nice job boys!
Can’t win if you don’t enter:
Brad Hawthorne gets into some early season bull ‘gills near Devils Lake — in case you weren’t already itching for some good ice…
Guess that’s one way to give scale to a photo:
While ice fishing…or trying to….
Bid on the complete set of In-Fish mags, Walleye Guides, Walleye Insiders, and a day on the water with Al Lindner! All proceeds go to the Future Anglers Foundation.
> Scientific research has shown that fish sonar frequencies (typically 50-800 kHz) are well outside of the range that fish can sense and respond to.
Can’t blame your electronics anymore….
Tip of the Day
Quote of the Day
Teachers were picking my brain, almost like I was taking them to school.
– Guide Pat Kalmerton talking about being a well-known stick in high school. Also said:
> “I told them straight out, ‘I’m not going to college. I don’t have the drive to work numbers and stuff, I want to fish.’ I was going to fish the rest of my life.”
Shot of the Day
Sam M. caught this Miss Piggy on a 1/32-oz Northland Tackle Forage Minnow Spoon in pink tiger: