Ice Fishing Tips
During early winter crappies favor modestly deep basins in the 20- to 40-foot range. Large schools of fish tend to be near bottom where simple jigging tactics produce loads of action and excitement. #LearnMore - Follow the link in our bio for some great info from Jeremy Smith and Jeff Gustafson on chasing big slabs in middepth basins. #anglingbuzz #catchfishnow #crappie #slabsquad #slabs #crappiefishing #icefishing #hardwater #masterangler #catchandrelease #letthemgosotheycangrow #bigfish ...
Photo by Bill Lindner/Lindner Imagery Jigging up perch in the dead of winter can be fun, but hauling up 14-inch fatties is sheer euphoria. At times, icefishing for perch can be ridiculously easy, due largely to their voracious appetite. Indeed, catching a bucketful of dinks is often mere child's play. That is not the case with big fish. When these so-called sumo perch start to chew, I become a man on a mission.