It feels like just yesterday we were discussing some helpful tips for ice fishing. Although there’s still plenty of ice left across the country to get some more ice fishing in, what about the anglers who are sitting in anticipation of spring fishing? We can’t say we blame you if you’re not a fan of the cold, or ice fishing in general, but there’s plenty you can be doing right now to prepare for spring fishing — most of which can be done inside where it’s warm!
Have you tried using your GoFish Cam under the ice? I’ve been using this camera under my tip-ups the last few times I’ve been out on the ice, and I haven’t been disappointed! There’s nothing more exciting than going through your footage and watching a 36-inch pike come up and smoke your bait. Not only do you get to experience amazing fish strikes, you get a video that lasts a lifetime.
Ready to start planning your first kayak fishing trip? Here are a few things you need to take into consideration first. Although it may seem like there’s no difference between standing on the bank and fishing versus fishing in a kayak, this couldn’t be farther from the truth. We’re going to take a look at everything from techniques to safety, so read on and stay tuned to our blogs for more helpful tips.
Fishing can be a challenging hobby for both new anglers and seasoned pros alike. Although some people may think it’s as simple as throwing a lure into the water and waiting for fish to arrive, most of us know it’s not that simple. One big challenge you’ll face as an angler is dealing with different water conditions. I’m not referring so much to the calmness of the water (or lack thereof), what I’m referring to is temperature, oxidation, and clarity. All of these aspects can have a huge impact on your ability to catch fish. Keep reading to learn more about water conditions while fishing.