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North Dakota Fishing. That’s right, fishing in North Dakota is as good as it gets. Whether you are fishing on one of the many lakes in the state or maybe one of the fine river systems, there are many species of fish to go after, and it’s all here for the taking.The prime target of fisherman and ladies is the Walleye. Our waterways produce many Walleye for the taking. Devil’s Lake, North Dakota is probably the premier walleye fishery in this country. Devil’s Lake is the largest natural body…

State Lake report
Elevation dropping, water 38-42 and clear. Largemouth and smallmouth bass slow. White bass and striped bass hybrids fair on jigs and grubs at 25-30 ft. along the dam. Channel and blue catfish good on cut bait at 30 ft. along the dam. Crappie

Fly Fishing for Crappie
Try these fun and productive methods for shallow specks. Black crappie, a.k.a. speckled perch or specks, eagerly bite sinking flies like these. Long sticks catch crappie! Cane poles, jigging rods and crappie poles, often more than 12 feet long

Crappie Fishing: How to Catch Prespawn Slabs
If nothing fires you up like a bug-eyed, plate-size freak of a panfish, then you need to be on the water now—and try these prespawn trophy-slab tactics. As fishing goes, it doesn’t get much easier than filling a bucket with summertime sunnies. But to

03/05: Midwest Fishing Report 03/05: Fish of the Week
BRAIDWOOD: Cooler water than usual for the opener Saturday. Pete Banach, who did OK for bass, found 49 degrees on the cold side and 53 degrees mid-pool. Brian Pentecost, who did very well for bass with chartreuse KVD 1.5 crankbaits on rip-rap

Crappie don’t break a whole lot of things, but crappie fisherman do
With thinking like that it’s no wonder that Driftmaster Rod Holders are built to last. It’s also no wonder that the product comes from a family business where family values are reflected in the end product. “My father started our business about 30

Missouri’s crappie spawning period just around the corner
Males fan out nests in water ranging from a few inches to up to 20 feet in depth. The spawning depth habitat structures in many Missouri lakes. These often hold large concentrations of crappie. A comprehensive map of these structures can be found


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March 5, 2014 at 4:00 pm

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