Monthly Archives: October 2012

Icing Eyes: Organizing Your Walleye Lures

With the early cold weather this fall, there have been emails coming in about ice fishing already.  Actually it is not that uncommon to get a few in October, but 40 or 50 is above the norm.  This year in particular, … Continue reading

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Watch Lake Erie Live as the Waves Kick into High Gear

http://fox8.com/2012/10/29/live-video-massive-lake-erie-waves/ Click on the link above for the live video of Lake Erie feelign the effects of Sandy

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Signing up for the Michigan Ice Open

Its tournament time again, and signing up started yesterday!  The Michigan Ice Open on Hamlin Lake, is once again being hosted by the Ludington and Scottsville Aread Chamber of Commerce.  Hamlin is one of the state’s better panfish fisheries with … Continue reading

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Schooley Ice Fishing Reels….

….have been around for ages, and they have lasted so long for many reasons.   http://www.blogsmonroe.com/fishing/2012/01/schooley-reels-the-inexpensive-advantage/ Not only are the Schooley’s  available for less than five dollars, they do everything a more expensive type reel can do as well. They … Continue reading

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Ice Fishing: Going Beyond Species Specific Rods

In the early days of what was labeled the “Ice Fishing Revolution” companies offered anglers a series of rods that were species specific.  The rule was that ultra lights were for bluegill and crappie, light action rods were for perch … Continue reading

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Vexilar’s Free Weekly Give-a-Ways

Now, I cannot win, but you can!!! Follow the link to Vexilar.com’s site and enter to win!  Three winners each week! http://vexilar.com/events/sweepstakes2012.php And go “Like” Vex’s Facebook page too! https://www.facebook.com/vexilarinc?fref=ts

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