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Let’s be honest, ice fishing preseason really doesn’t start until you know Northland Fishing Tackle’s key skill players. For winter 2022-23, the ambassadors of ice fishing come to the fish house with a trifecta of new lure teams. Here’s a preview of each… Glass Buck-Shot Spoon The legend of the Northland Buck-Shot Spoon continues. New for ice fishing 2022-23, the Glass Buck-Shot Spoon features a high pitch glass rattle chamber to play on a fish’s auditory senses. Innovative translucent patterns…

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We have the 2023 walleye fishing champion! From Minnesota, meet our friend John Hoyer. Hoyer just won the big $130,000 prize at Cabela’s NWT walleye championship on Lake Erie out of Dunkirk, New York. Hoyer is no stranger to winning walleye gold. He’s won a number of times in the past. In addition, John has been a champion on the Pro Muskie Tournament Trail. In 2022, John Hoyer made it to the final day at the world’s first one-million-dollar bass…

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John Hoyer

After three days of fishing on the Great Lakes, Berkley and Fenwick Pro John Hoyer took home the crown at the 2022 National Walleye Tour (NWT) Championship. His five fish weighing 39.81 pounds on day one got him started, followed up with 30.79 pounds on day two. Hoyer brought 31.73-pounds to the scales on the final day to earn the second NWT Championship victory of his career. His margin of victory was an impressive 11.46-pounds over the second-place angler. After…

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Walleye Rods

Introduced in 2005, the St. Croix Legend Tournament Walleye Series earned a rapid and expansive following from walleye anglers seeking technique-specific walleye tools handcrafted in the USA with premium St. Croix materials and technologies. In the years since, the Legend Tournament Walleye Series has set many new standards, firmly establishing that a walleye rod should be just that, not something else masquerading as a walleye rod. Never before had there been a more complete series of rods that supported walleye…

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Scott Robinson and Eric Scrivner both submitted a 29.5 inch walleye during the event. They were close enough that it was difficult to determine which fish was actually the longest and we decided to use a tiebreaker. From the rules: The tournament director will consider options for determining a tie, which could be 1) time of entry 2) the exact measurement instead of the ¼” measurement 3) the next largest fish submitted by each angler. A tie could also result in shared prizes.…

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