Tag: North

Fishing For Spawning Largemouth Up North

Fishing For Spawning Largemouth Up North

Over the last week, the fishing has been heating up throughout the upper midwest. In Central Wisconsin where I’m at, the area lakes are finally reaching the 60-degree mark. This means bass, crappie, and bluegill are pushed up…

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Catching Bass Before Winter:Keys To Landing Late Season Bass Up North

Catching Bass Before Winter:Keys To Landing Late Season Bass Up North

Catching bass before winter settles is a challenge. Cool temps, lethargic fish, and limited bait options are a few added challenges that anglers in the North deal with. So, if you are one of the lucky fishermen who…

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Legendary Fishing At The Loneliest Place In North America

Legendary Fishing At The Loneliest Place In North America

25 miles from Keewanaw Point and 42 miles from Marquette, deep into the abyss of Lake Superior, stands a lighthouse known as Stannard Rock, the loneliest place in North America. Susceptible to violent winds and arctic cold, the…

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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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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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