This week on Fish Ed, Jon Thelen travels to Big Stone Lake which borders Minnesota and South Dakota. Pre-spawn walleyes are this week's target and a Lindy Jig tipped with a minnow proves to be a deadly combination as the fish become more active as water temps rise throughout the day.

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Jon Thelen provides spoon fishing tips and shows you how to catch more aggressive walleye and perch as ice season wears on. Locating mud flats that are holding fish and drilling your holes in the right locations will allow you to move from hole to hole to stay on the fish as they move between shallow and deeper water.

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Lake Winnibigoshish Walleyes

January 21, 2014

This week, Host Jon Thelen travels to famous Lake Winnibigoshish in northern Minnesota to chase the lake's abundant walleye. Lake Winni, as it's called by many, boasts some of the best ice fishing in the world for numerous species like walleye, northern pike, perch, and eelpout. 

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Jon Thelen shows you how to use a Frostee Jigging Spoon on a post-front bite. This spoon has no rattles, which is important when the fish are less aggressive following a cold front. Even under the ice, weather fronts play a big part in finding and catching fish. Downsizing your presentation is another way to entice these post-front fish.

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Catch Bigger Bluegill

January 10, 2014

With winter in full force, the fish work their way into deeper water than they were in at first ice. 
Jon Thelen will demonstrate how to find them. That means drilling fewer holes and catching more fish. 
Spoon rigging and jigging tips will also help you put more big bluegill in the bucket.

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This week on Fish Ed, host Jon Thelen travels to west-central Minnesota's lake Osakis in an ice fishing quest for crappie and bluegill. Jon shares tips and tricks to unlock this prime time panfish bite which is present on many Midwestern lakes throughout the ice season. You won't want to miss this one! 

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3 Keys for Devils Lake Jumbos

December 22, 2013

This week on Fish Ed, Jason Feldner stands in for Jon Thelen and brings you to Devils Lake North Dakota in search of giant jumbo perch. Jason shares presentation and location tips for early winter jumbos which are sure to help you catch more fish. This is an episode you do not want to miss!

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Early Ice on Lake of the Woods

December 13, 2013

On this weeks episode of Fish Ed, host Jon Thelen heads out in search of walleyes and sauger on Lake of the Woods. Jigging spoons and darter style baits combined with the right location 

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Learn to Leadcore

August 12, 2013

Learning how to troll crankbaits for walleye in the summer can reap big rewards. 
Try a few crankbaits with different wobbles. It won't take long to figure out which lures the fish will react to on a particular day. When you've located active fish, staying on them can be as simple as following a contour line on your GPS mapping system.

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One of the toughest things about fishing in the wind is staying on a productive spot. When you find a productive location like the edge of an underwater weed bed, use a drift sock in combination with your trolling motor to help you hold your position. In many Midwest lakes, weeds will grow in ten to twelve feet of water during the warmer months. If you find weeds at a given depth, the can likely be found at the same depth all over the lake you're fishing.

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