Informational

How To Clean Your Trolling Motor Prop Shaft

Learning how to clean your trolling motor will help to alleviate some of the hassles of power loss, life loss, and overall trolling motor degradation. Cleaning your prop isn’t only quick, its easy! Requiring just a 1/2″ socket and a rachet you can do this job is under 2 minutes.

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How to Rig a Wacky Worm

  One of the easiest and most effective ways to catch fish is a wacky worm. The slow fluttering action along with the longevity of the baits means you’ll spend more time catching fish and less time changing out plastics. When it comes to how to rig a wacky worm its really just two steps! Insert stick worm into tool, …

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How To Use a Float and Fly

With so many anglers out there and fishing a variety of techniques we are looking over one of the best, most simple, and insanely universal techniques out there. Looking at how to use a float and fly will make you a more rounded anglers, besides knowing how to properly fish a way your buddies don’t know can be a real …

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How to Scout a Lake for Fishing

Checking out a new lake can be daunting. Today we look at how to scout a new lake for fishing. This video is a small teaser for a more indepth video series we are currently working on, we hope to see you along the journey!

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How to Safely Prepare for First Ice

Thanks to an extended stretch of unusually mild weather, anxious anglers across the Ice Belt are starting to venture out on winter’s magic carpet in force. But even at this late date, ice conditions are far from perfect. In some areas, warm weather is weakening the fledgling icepack, while in others, fresh snow is cloaking it with an insulating blanket …

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How to Pick a Fishing Rod for Beginners

Selecting a rod can be a daunting task for new anglers, selecting the right rod for what you want to do can make or break your love of the fishing game. After long days of fishing with the right and wrong rods we’ve discovered a simple and quick way to look at rod selection. Most new anglers primarily target panfish …

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How its Made for the Outdoors: Rapala

What does balsa wood, Marilyn Monroe, a water tank and wrapping tape have in common? They’re all part of the Rapala story, featured recently by Bill Sherck in the new TV show “Made for the Outdoors.” “It’s quite a story when you see how this things get made for the outdoors,” says the show’s Minnesota-based host, Bill Sherck, who traveled …

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