Category Archives: Fishing Websites/Stores

Counting Perch, with the CatchCounter

With all the perch coming back to the boat on the crawler harnesses lately, it really has me thinking about the perch fishing that will be starting soon out on Lake Erie.  At least for me that is, those that … Continue reading

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Buggy Blades for Walleye: The Mayfly Hatch is On

The mayfly hatch of 2017 is on!  In the days of yesteryear, the old time walleye anglers would claim that the bite would shut down during the hatch, but au contraire mon frères.  That’s French, which loosely translated means, not so fast … Continue reading

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The Planer Board Caddy from Traxstech

After all my spring tourneys, it’s finally time to get back to Lake Erie and catch some walleye for no other reason than the love of fishing.  Which means I installed my latest piece of equipment on the boat, the … Continue reading

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Handlining with Traxstech Mounts

There are several ways to mount a handline reel for trolling the Detroit River, and honestly any body of water that has a fast current.  If you are from the suburbs of Detroit, know as the Downriver area, you will … Continue reading

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Church Tackle’s Stingray Diving Weight

Church Tackle’s Stingray Diving Weight hit the water last year with great success, and this season they are on the market for anglers to purchase. They are available in three sizes (#1, #2, #3) to match up with the depths … Continue reading

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St. Croix Rods 2017 Winter Sale

Latest promotion for the spring of 2017;  Buy a rod, and get a free tee…and worry less!   Big discounts on ice fishing and headwear gear over on the St. Croix Rods website. Avid Glass Ice Rods   Avid Jigging Rods … Continue reading

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St. Croix’s Avid Ice Jigging Rods (Review)

A quick review of the jigging rods from St. Croix’s Avid Ice Series.  Not to be confused with the glass rods in the same series, the jigging rods are everything I want in a rod for jigging spoons and swimbaits like … Continue reading

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Ice Fishing at Cabela’s: Dundee, MI

If Thanksgiving can be hijacked by Christmas, then by that standard it is never too early to start talking about ice fishing.  That being said, the Cabela’s ice fishing catalog came in today’s mail with all the new gear available … Continue reading

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The Versatile Jigging Rapala

Have used them through the ice, and have even used them on the lake in the spring, but until last week up on the Saginaw River, I have never used Rapala’s Jigging Raps in the fall on a river system! We fished … Continue reading

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Walleye Jig Colors: where do the ideas come from?

There are lots of color choices when it comes to painting jigs.  You can choose the tried and true, or you can step out and come up with something original on your own.  In my case I look at what … Continue reading

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