Monthly Archives: September 2014

A Nice Modification to your Fish Trap!

Last year Clam Outdoors introduced a great feature to their flip-over style Fish Trap ice shanties, a layer of grey inside their tubs.  What this did was make anything that might fall into the sled while fishing easier to locate … Continue reading

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Good Morning … from Minnesota!

Ice fishing is literally around the corner, from where I am sitting this morning that is.  Here in Rogers, MN, you will find the new home of Clam Outdoors, which was actually built last year.  Not familiar with the name, … Continue reading

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Perch Fishing Seminar: Topics of Discussion…Part 3

To use spreaders or not, that is the question!   In most cases, my answer is a resounding no! But, there is always a “but” to every fishing philosophy.  And, in some cases there is a place for spreaders in … Continue reading

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Perch Fishing Seminar: Topics of Discussion…Part Deux

Yesterday I started discussing potential topics for a perch fishing seminar I am going to be doing for the Huron River Sportfishing Club.  The first discussion was on minnow care, a key to any successful perch fishing trip. Next up … Continue reading

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Perch Fishing Seminar: Topics of Discussion

Here it is September, and I have been asked to do a perch fishing seminar for the Huron Valley Sportfishing Club in a couple of weeks.  So I started thinking on the topics for the presentation for the members.  Its … Continue reading

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Vexilar’s New DVR-100…You can take movies on your Fish Scout Camera

  The last few years I have seen Vexilar roll out one hit after another.  The FL-20 flasher, the Fish Scout camera systems, and then the revolutionary FLX-28 flasher with so many new features.  The company has been popping out … Continue reading

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