Spring has started to find its end, but for many parts of the county last winter snows and cold weather seem to linger. We have heard from many anglers struggling to find the typical spring bite. Good luck. This is the May/June 2019 edition of ODU capturing articles on walleye, crappie and bass. One great article that all crappie guys will appreciate is “Shooting Docks”. The last article comes from our friends at Jofie Lamprecht Safaris covering a leopard hunt.…

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Your Monthly News & Updates This Issue Sonar tips Download and streaming of DVDs added Samples of the master mapper “Warren Parsons” Walleye Schools added Visit Our Website Sonar Tip 1      Interesting side imaging fish shadows The first image shows 4 shadows in the green circle. The red arrow points to two fish. The other 2 fish are probably overlaid the hard bottom which is bright and are not seen. In this screenshot the green arrows point to…

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  Cory Yarmuth Legend Outdoors As a multispecies angler and avid outdoorsman, I have gear in my boat, garage, and basement to match just about any condition you come across.  My walls are lined with rod and reel combos that are matched to any species or presentation that you can imagine. The one item that I have always had a difficult time figuring out was the proper polarized sunglasses to wear under different conditions.  You would think that this would…

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MARINETTE, Wis. – John Hoyer labels himself a multi-species angler. For over a decade, he’s been diligently working as a guide that puts clients on walleyes, bass, musky, and panfish all over the great state of Minnesota. Four years ago, Hoyer decided to step up to the pro ranks of the National Walleye Tour, presented by Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s, after two successful seasons as a co-angler. His No. 1 goal in fishing was to win a National Walleye…

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  View this email online There is an old saying that “variety is the spice of life.” This month’s issue of CrappieNow offers up some variety with stories of crappie fishing from the bank, catching slabs in Pennsylvania stump fields, one poling through heavy cover, and more. Opening Cast The 2019 winter, spring and now early summer period have been very interesting weather wise. One day it feels like winter, the next summer, and once in a while like… No…

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