Fishing pressure is easing, just as it's a great time to host a fish fry. 

Read More
0 Comments | Posted in Crappie By Scott Faldon

Are cooler water temperatures signaling the end of summer patterns?

Read More
0 Comments | Posted in Crappie Panfish Perch Pike Trout and Salmon Walleye By Scott Faldon

A hot spell and strong storms threw anglers a curve on many lakes across the Midwest in recent days, but fishing options remain solid headed into the weekend.

Read More
0 Comments | Posted in Crappie Walleye By Scott Faldon

Crappies across Lindy Land are transitioning to summertime haunts. Here's how to intercept and catch them.

Read More
0 Comments | Posted in Crappie By Lawrence Taylor

While walleyes get most of the press, crappies and bluegills are hot right now, too.

Read More
0 Comments | Posted in Crappie By Lawrence Taylor

Fish Ed TV host Jon Thelen reports that he found crappie hung up between spawning areas and summer haunts, and wore them out with a Little Nipper.

Read More
0 Comments | Posted in Crappie By Lawrence Taylor

“It’s almost as simple as, ‘Find water, catch fish,’” said veteran guide and Lindy pro staffer Jonny Petrowske.

Read More
0 Comments | Posted in Crappie Walleye By Scott Faldon

Don't get overwhelmed by the color options when crappie fishing.

Read More
0 Comments | Posted in Crappie By Scott Faldon

One of the least understood factors that affect fish behavior is barometric pressure. We hear the term on the evening weather report and listen politely as other anglers alternately credit and blame it for their fishing fortunes — or lack thereof — but few of us truly fathom pressure’s role in our pursuits.

Read More
0 Comments | Posted in Crappie Panfish Walleye By Scott Faldon

Inflow into a lake can hold a lot of springtime slabs

Read More
0 Comments | Posted in Crappie Panfish By Scott Faldon

Items 1 to 10 of 31 total

per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
Set Descending Direction