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Angler with Bluegill on Ice

Anglers are starting to hit the ice with a bullseye on big bull bluegills, slab crappies and jumbo perch. To help you succeed, we talked with Northland pro Brian “Bro” Brosdahl about his top five panfish baits. “Putting together a comprehensive panfish box with lots of options is critical,” says Bro. “You want some jigs with a fast rate of fall. Tungsten gets down and delivers bait in deeper water or situations where you’re in a hurry to get in…

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It’s that time again—time to prep ice fishing gear for coming hardwater. Along with that, a close study of tackle boxes is certainly in order to make sure you have everything needed to catch fish. To help with your preparations, we talked with Northland Fishing Tackle® pro Joel Nelson about his top five walleye baits. “I think if you’re setting up a tackle box, you have to look at lures that match the depth ranges you’re fishing. For winter walleyes,…

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Ice Fishing Angler with Yellow Perch

There are lures that leave lasting impressions on fishing. And then there are transformative lures that forever change the sport. In ice fishing, Northland Fishing Tackle’s trendsetting Buck-Shot Rattle Spoon is the latter. Looking to put more fish on the ice? Look no further than the time-tested Buck-Shot Rattle Spoon, a wonder on walleyes and other gamefish species. Simply, The Buck-Shot Rattle Spoon is the planet’s hottest minnow-imitating jigging spoon! The iconic jigging spoon is predicated on its audible, fish-drawing…

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After decades working the circuit of mom and pop baitshops to big box retailers across the Ice Belt, Brian “Bro” Brosdahl will be taking his renowned ice fishing tour online. Thanks to the magic of Facebook Live, anglers across the country will have the opportunity to interface with some of the most knowledgeable ice fishing personalities in the business via Frabill’s sponsored “College of Ice”. From ice fishing legend Bro, to seasoned guides to factory and retail experts, there will…

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Angler Catches Yellow Perch on Northland Spoon

Biochemical luminescence. That crazy catalyzing action in an earthly critter that produces its own light source. The best and simplest example is the firefly…which is actually a beetle (Coleoptera). In early summer, the male of the species self-ignites at nightfall, beaconing the familiar green glow in effort to reel in a female. And, well, the rest is history. In the deep, dark fathoms of the sea, similarly, vampirish looking fish emit light, but in this case to attract prey. Northland…

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