Kentucky Saugeye

FRANKFORT, Ky. – With every passing season, anglers are building their knowledge base about how to catch saugeye stocked in a handful of central and northern Kentucky lakes. A saugeye is a fast-growing cross between a walleye and sauger that can reach 15 to 19 inches in its second year. The hybridization is evident in the species’ physical appearance. Saugeye display the faint saddle markings of a sauger and the white fin tips of a walleye. Unlike either, it features black smudges on its dorsal fin. Three lakes – 317-acre Guist Creek Lake in Shelby County, 148-acre Bullock Pen Lake … Continue reading Kentucky Saugeye

Latest Fishing Report From Sportsman’s Lodges Lake of the Woods

Lake of the Woods Fishing Report Sportsman’s Lodges Baudette, MN www.sportsmanslodges.com 800-862-8602 7/20/2017 It’s Getting Hot In Here! South Shore: Another week flew by and fishing continues to be good! Storms earlier in the week stirred up fishing and made the fish slightly lethargic but it was only a matter of a day or two until they were back to their regular snappin’ selves! The spinner bite is still going very well. Hammered gold with a crawler is the way to go. Concentrate your efforts in the 8’-20’ range. The jig bite is still holding strong as well. Go deep. … Continue reading Latest Fishing Report From Sportsman’s Lodges Lake of the Woods

Latest Fishing Report from Sportsman’s Lodges Lake of the Woods

Lake of the Woods Fishing Report Sportsman’s Lodges Baudette, MN www.sportsmanslodges.com 800-862-8602 7/13/2017 Heating Up! Rolling into mid-July with water temps still hanging around that 70 degree mark, the walleyes are still hanging shallow. With the unseasonably cool June that we experienced, walleyes still haven’t pushed way out and are holding on structures. This means that drifting spinners and jigging are great way to target these walleyes! The spinner bite is rolling on and actually seeming to get better as we move through July. Hammered gold and white spinners tipped with a crawler seem to be producing the best. Concentrate … Continue reading Latest Fishing Report from Sportsman’s Lodges Lake of the Woods

Rubber vs. Felt (again), Thoughts on Beer, Cooking Fish in the Backcountry and More

Email Newsletter Our weekly newsletter includes exclusive content and keeps you up to date on the latest from Hatch Magazine. Rubber vs. felt (again), thoughts on beer, cooking fish in the backcountry, the poster boys of Bears Ears and more 10 years later anglers are still debating rubber vs. felt, beer and fishing, how to smoke fish in the backcountry with nothing but tin foil, public lands perspectives from ground zero, 20 minutes to catch dinner, the angler’s most important trait and a look at Korkers and STLHD’s limited edition boots. Photo of the Week: Seeing It It’s not always … Continue reading Rubber vs. Felt (again), Thoughts on Beer, Cooking Fish in the Backcountry and More

Latest Fishing Report from Sportsman’s Lodges Lake of the Woods

Lake of the Woods Fishing Report Sportsman’s Lodges Baudette, MN www.sportsmanslodges.com 800-862-8602 6/15/2017 Summer Rolls On! Summer rolls on and so does the great fishing! Walleyes have been aggressive and hungry, being caught using several different methods. The jig bite continues to be consistent but you have to look deeper. 27’-30’ has been the best depth, but the fish should continue to push deeper. Don’t be afraid to get out to 31’-32’ this week! Gold and pink with a frozen shiner seems to produce the most bites. The mid-June spinner is on too! No need to go out and get … Continue reading Latest Fishing Report from Sportsman’s Lodges Lake of the Woods

Our June Super Sale

To view this email as a web page, go here. GARY, In-Fisherman , freshwater fishing’s most trusted source, is offering you our LOWEST ONLINE PRICE: ONLY $8 for a one year subscription! Exclusive advice from America’s fishing experts: How to catch more and bigger fish of all species • North America’s fishing hot spots • Conservation issues affecting our fisheries • Hot product reviews and advice • Guaranteed fish-catching presentation tips With the help of In-Fisherman  you’ll catch more fish and have more fun on the water than ever before. In-Fisherman is your #1 source for tips, tricks, and techniques from the pros, as you … Continue reading Our June Super Sale

Bottom Bouncer Tips, Holst Can Dance, Lightning Scare

If you’re getting this Target Walleye email for the first time, a friend probably signed you up! Today’s Top 4 You know it’s time to get off the lake when….  Steve Nelson was fishing a tourney on Devils Lake, ND over the weekend when a nasty weather system moved through: > While casting out a jig and got an electrical shock when the rod butt touched my torso. I had left the bail open when I put the rod down, and my line was being pulled straight up into the sky — almost all of it was peeled off the … Continue reading Bottom Bouncer Tips, Holst Can Dance, Lightning Scare

Modify Jigging Baits, Fish Warmest Water, Unicorn Caught

Hi, just a reminder that you’re receiving this email because you’re a diehard walleye and ice fisherman! Don’t forget to add walleyenuts@targetwalleye.com to your address book so we’ll be sure to land in your inbox!   You may unsubscribe if you no longer wish to receive our emails. If you’re getting this Target Walleye email for the first time, a friend probably signed you up!  Today’s Top 5 Ever seen a 25-year-old walleye?  The Technological Angler’s boat caught and released this 23″ tagged Mille Lacs walleye that was guesstimated at 25 years old, or roughly 112 in walleye years? The … Continue reading Modify Jigging Baits, Fish Warmest Water, Unicorn Caught

DNR Outdoor Report Update, May 18, 2017 – Many Rivers Running High From Recent Rains; Fawns being Born, Turtles Nesting

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Report summary for May, 2017 Complete DNR Outdoor Report (Reports from conservation wardens, wildlife and fisheries staff and property managers from around the state) Many rivers running high from recent rains; fawns being born, turtles nesting Strong storms that swept across Wisconsin with high winds earlier this week downed trees in some state parks and forests but crews have been out clearing the damage and all park and forest campgrounds and public use areas remain open. High water on the Chippewa River has closed one section of the Chippewa River State Trail south of … Continue reading DNR Outdoor Report Update, May 18, 2017 – Many Rivers Running High From Recent Rains; Fawns being Born, Turtles Nesting