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Small Electronics for Ice Fishing Success

Small electronics for ice fishing can be affordable. For those just getting into ice fishing, many anglers recommend purchasing expensive electronics. If that’s not in your future, the good news is, you can grab some inexpensive electronics that will give you results. Saving money on electronics will allow you to upgrade your snow bibs and […]

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Best Fishing Hook Want the best fishing hook? Winter’s grip has closed off your favorite fishing hole in most cases to the North in the Midwest. Hard water season for some, but many do not fish in January. Both ice fishing and those in hibernation (our fair-weather fishers) can improve their fishing with one simple […]

Corn Cob Float

Going Old School – Natural Floats & Bobbers

Going old school with your fishing equipment means that you are going to go back in time with your rig, and probably catch more fish than you would with the plastic (dung) on today’s tackle shelves! Old school tackle was good. It was built out of the proper materials for the job and the physics […]

Gapen Pencil Floats

Gapen Floats, Feature-Packed

Gapen Floats Guaranteed Gapen Floats Sensitive With Features and They Have Warranty Against Breakage We carry Gapen floats in our store for good reason. First off, the Gapen company is filled with great people who are very nice. Their product is functional, with quality components and very sensitive. Oh ya, it is also warranted against breakage. […]

Launcher™ Bait Catapult, Trout Pellet Launcher

Trout Season – Where’s Your Catapult | Bait Catapult

Trout Pellet & Bait Catapult Sound strange? The bait catapult method might be the most sure-fire method to catch stocked trout. Reacting to sound and the falling action of falling pellets in the water column really get trout active. The method calls for a bagged small pellet to be fired out using a small catapult. […]

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