Today’s Top 5
Here’s the result of Brian C. Trolling Rapala Husky Jerks 50-90 ft behind the boat at 1.0-1.4 mph:
A good thing too, quotes from here:
> Picture ice fishing front man, Brian “Bro” Brosdahl swaggering into a pool hall…. Where the veteran billiard jockey would tote his or her signature stick in a single, well-worn violin case, Bro would enter carrying a half-dozen selections….
> Fortunately, Bro blows at pool, instead investing the winter months refining presentations and his wide assortment of Bro Series Spinning Combos.
Pat Kalmerton of Wolf Pack Adventures gives Elsa the rundown:
Betcha she practices catch and release: #LetItGo
Yep, after 3 days at the Ice Show we got a little punchy….
1. Good gifts for ice addicts.
Having a tough time buying a Christmas gift for your favorite ice-head? Then check this stuff out:
This jig is ridiculously fishy. It’s the perfect imitator of natural flies and insects. Plus-sized pannies will straight-up inhale it. We can’t wait to fish it.
The ultimate control and feel no matter what fish you’re pursuing. Also has the Bro Band which tethers your line to suspend bait (deadstick) and release quickly when a fish strikes.
Designed specifically for ice, it’s the strongest, most durable small-diameter braid available, and also has hydrophobic water-repellant protection to reduce freezing.
One of those pieces of equipment that you hope to never have to use. Pull the handle and the Nebulus will inflate, supporting up to three adults and a submerged snowmobile or ATV!
Use an 18 volt cordless drill as the ‘power’ to drill your holes — seriously!
Match it with a K-Drill for the ultimate lightweight combo.
Make sure you note the Target Walleye/Ice reader discount!
Good! Don’t want to lose another fishery there….
Not fishing, but very cool to see. We all would love to be chasing big walleyes when we’re in our 90s.
Tip of the Day
Quote of the Day
We’re not playing the yo-yo game, we’re playing snake charmer.
– Ice Force pro Joel Nelson talking about dancing the Rapala Rippin’ Rap to call in fish from a distance.
Shot of the Day
Shots plural. This is one reason Erie anglers love ice fishing — amazing shots: