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2013 Late Summer/Early Fall Fishing Report by Spence Petros

Other than my August trip with Bucher being cancelled for the second year in a row because he was unable to find a qualified part time camera person, the summer has been pretty good. I was out on Geneva twice. In early August I fished with Darrell Rose (who does my web-site with wife Julie…

Zooplankton Triggers Everything!

Zooplankton Triggers Everything!

By Dave Genz When it comes to fish position and activity levels, zooplankton-tiniest of underwater animals-move mountains with their daily up and down migrations. More on the details as we go, but if you’ve ever wondered why the fishing can be so good early and late in the day, Dave Genz says it’s all because…

Details Rule the Day for Walleyes

Details Rule the Day for Walleyes

During daylight hours, ice fishing is a very different pursuit than it is during the prime times of dawn and dusk. To generalize, rather than moving in active pursuit of food, most daytime fish are sitting “fat, dumb and happy” in the words of Dave Genz. This means that, in order to make consistent catches…

Dealing with the “hatch”

Dealing with the “hatch”

I want to talk about the “Mayfly hatch,” and how to successfully fish for Walleyes during this time. It can be more difficult to catch numbers of walleyes and to make consistent catches during this time, but not impossible. There are hatches so thick that every fish in the lake gets their fill, and many…

Rigging with the Legend

Rigging with the Legend

An exclusive interview with Lindy Rig inventor Ron Lindner Many anglers have tried to improve the Lindy Rig over the years. But, no one does it better than the inventor. Fishing legend Ron Lindner came up with the idea for the Lindy Rig more than 35 years ago, as he envisioned the most natural way…

Gregg Thomas at FRV Wed Feb 13

By ToddM Hello everyone, come on out Wednesday night February 13 as Fox River Valley Muskies Inc presents the night before Valentines Day, the king of romance Gregg Thomas! Gregg knows how …read more