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Monstrous Walleye Breaks Longstanding North Dakota Walleye Record

Monstrous Walleye Breaks Longstanding North Dakota Walleye Record

Controversy around the previous North Dakota Walleye record is no more! The record was broken by a behemoth 15 lb 13 oz Walter, besting the previous record by a slight 1 oz. The controversy surrounding the previous record…

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How to Catch Slabs On Spinnerbaits

How to Catch Slabs On Spinnerbaits

Most panfish anglers primarily utilize finesse tactics, but that doesn’t need to ALWAYS be the case. Especially if you are missing strikes or feel like your targets are simply nibbling at your bait, try  downsized spinnerbaits for panfish….

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Homemade Catfish Bait from Mystery Tackle Box

blue catfish fishing

Catfish have an incredible sense of smell, this ability allows them pick-up on small traces of scent throughout the water and key in on easy meals. Anglers have picked up on this and fishing with strong scented baits…

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When You Should Throw Each Bait

When You Should Throw Each Bait

Spinnerbait vs chatterbait. You roll up to the lake, see some shallow water, some wood cover, maybe a nice stretch of docks in muddy water. Which are you going to bust out, how are you going to trail…

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Karl VonDibble Is Taking Over At Mystery Tackle Box

Karl VonDibble Is Taking Over At Mystery Tackle Box

Ladies and gentleman we have had a mutiny at Mystery Tackle Box. Karl VonDibble is fed up with his role at the company and has decided he’d like to take on the boss and be or new CFO…

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Potential World Record Black Crappie Caught In East Tennessee

Potential World Record Black Crappie Caught In East Tennessee

Jam Ferguson was fishing a local pond in Paint Rock, Tennessee on May 15, 2018. pitching a Triple Threat John Deere colored grub into the water looking for panfish. A few casts into the evening, he hooked into what…

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5 Ways To Rig a Tube

5 Ways To Rig a Tube

Fishing tube baits is one of those techniques that just continues to get the job done. It’s caught fish for decades, and continues to pump out fish when other baits just won’t cut it. Unfortunately, the extent of…

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3 Tips For Fishing The Largemouth Bass Spawn Up North

3 Tips For Fishing The Largemouth Bass Spawn Up North

It’s finally the right time of year, bass are spawning up north! In most northern lakes, bass head for the shallows just about the instant the ice is out. They begin to stock up on food, heavily feeding….

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3 Things All Tournament Anglers Need To Know

3 Things All Tournament Anglers Need To Know

So, you’re thinking of making the jump from weekend warrior to tournament angler. That can be a big undertaking! What is the etiquette, do you have what it takes to compete, how good are these other guys? Here…

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Breaking Down The Most Common Types

Breaking Down The Most Common Types

Since its emergence in the 1960s as a top bass catcher, the soft plastic worm has evolved in shape from the thin, straight version into a variety of styles. The shape and length of a soft plastic worm…

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