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Breaking Down New Waters

Breaking Down New Waters

David Reid September 10, 2014 0

Living up in Northeastern Ontario has its challenges when it comes to fishing. One being the lack of lake countour map chips for our water ways

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Spybaiting: What is this new technique taking North America by storm?

Spybaiting: What is this new technique taking North America by storm?

David Kennedy April 18, 2014 3

There is a new fishing technique taking North America by storm. What is it you ask? It is called spybaiting. Spybaiting is a finesse technique that originated in Japan. As with all new techniques,

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Minn Kota Terrova Transducer Install

Minn Kota Terrova Transducer Install

Andy Yu June 20, 2013 0

I just got my new Minn Kota Terrova with iPilot Link last week and installed it in time for the weekend.   Here’s a tip: get the quick release bracket (MK-16-02 for PowerDrive and Terrova)

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Reel Spooling to Save a few Bucks

Reel Spooling to Save a few Bucks

Andy Yu March 5, 2013 0

You’ve just picked up that brand new reel and now you’re ready to spool it with some of that expensive braided fishing line. Here’s a tip that will save you a few bucks down

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Removing a Hook from your Flesh!

Removing a Hook from your Flesh!

Andy Yu February 21, 2012 2

Came across a couple of videos on how to remove a hook from your skin.  Eventually this is going to happen to our partners so it’s a good thing to learn before we reach

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How to Spool Line on a Spinning Reel

How to Spool Line on a Spinning Reel

Andy Yu September 20, 2011 0

To complement my article on untwisting fishing line, I figured it’d be a good idea to share a tip on how to properly spool line on a spinning rod. I’m not gonna bother explaining

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Untwisting Fishing Line

Untwisting Fishing Line

Andy Yu September 20, 2011 0

I’ve been having to deal with this on my light action jigging rod. This is my go-to setup for throwing small jigs.  It’s a 6’6 2-pc Streamside Predator spinning rod with a Quantum Optix

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Spring to Summer Transition Walleyes

Spring to Summer Transition Walleyes

Andy Yu June 17, 2011 0

We’re at that stage now where the walleyes are transitioning from their post-spawn rituals and making their way to their traditional summer habitats.  They’re making their way out of the shallow waters as the

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May Run Walleyes

May Run Walleyes

Andy Yu May 9, 2011 1

I’ve been doing a bit (ok, a lot) of reading on Spring walleye tactics.  I do this every year because every year my live well is pretty bare after the opener.  We plan our

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Techniques with Basic Tackle

Techniques with Basic Tackle

Andy Yu March 23, 2011 0

Here’s how we’re going to use the crap you just spent your hard earned dollars on: The 3-Way The 3-way is good for working fish that are near the bottom in deeper water.  It

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Tackling the Tackle

Tackling the Tackle

Andy Yu March 23, 2011 2

I was just checking out my tackle inventory Friday night (because that’s what cool people do on Friday nights) and was a bit discouraged from looking at all my tackle crammed into 2 trays

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Slip Bobbers

Slip Bobbers

Andy Yu March 23, 2011 0

Remember fishing with those red and white round bobbers? You’d clip on the bobber and try to figure out how much line to have below the bobber and hook a worm or minnow. The

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