Ice Fishing at The Leading Edge

  • Minnesota Legends Rapala® and Polaris® Team Up to Tackle the Tundra
    [i]Historic Brands Celebrate Partnership With Ultimate Ice Fishing Giveaway[/i] MINNETONKA, MN - For residents of the Land of 10,000 Lakes, two legendary brands have risen above the ranks of the average outdoors company. Whether it’s hooking a Walleye or feeling the thrill of speeding across a [...]
  • Community Events Open NAIFC National Championship
    RHINELANDER WI - A full evening of events for the Northwoods kicks off the 2010 North American Ice Fishing Circuit's (NAIFC) National Championship, December 16-19. Hosted by the Northwoods Banquet Center, the activities begin at 5:00, Thursday (16th) with a FREE kids ice fishing clinic with NAI
  • Monticello MN to Host National Qualifying Ice Fishing Tournament
    MONTICELLO MN - The Monticello Chamber of Commerce has contracted the NAIFC (North American Ice Fishing Circuit) Tournament Series to conduct a National Qualifying Tournament on Pelican Lake, January 21-23, 2011. Teams finishing in the top-10 at the Pelican Qualifier automatically qualify as part of
  • StrikeMaster Augers "Handle" Like a Pro
    BIG LAKE MN – A dance partner who’s light on their feet makes doin’ the boogie or foxtrot infinitely more enjoyable. Particularly when compared to a hefty clunker who’s constantly stepping on your toes. On frozen lakes, fishermen find themselves hand-in-hand with a dance part [...]
  • "Trolling" is No Longer Exclusive to Fishing From a Boat
    I wounder if I can get an app like that for my Droid and just add the transducer?

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Ice Fishing IceLeaders Talk

  • electric auger question?
    I bought an Ion last year. I'm very pleased with it. As mentioned, it has two big limitations, and a third small one: Limited amount of drilling, and you have to mind the battery temp. The small one is that when you're drilling in very deep ice (30"+) don't try to drill it all at [...]
  • Duarable Insulated Minnow Bucket
    I use the same type water jug with a screw on top. Works great, never spills and wont break.
  • Striker Ice Climate Vs. Frabill FXE Snosuit
    Everything Striker does is top notch. That climate suit will be the next suit I get after my Heavy Striker Ice Suit gets old. It may be a while though its built to last and WARM!
  • 2012 Fish House Build
    Thanks! I really enjoy building these. In fact, I have the itch to build another, but there won't be time this year. I may come out of fish house building retirement next year... The insulation I used is a self stick. It has foil on the outside and the insulation has the consistency of play dou [...]
  • wheelhouse- wiring furnace
    14 gauge wire can handle quite a load. Look up a chart to be safe.

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“i have more fun”

  • Brakes on my Curado?
    My revo stx has the same kinda deal. I'm not sure how yours works but I will just put one spring compressed in mine so probably one pin in yours. Or I'll decompress them all so no pins in for you and crank up the magnetic drag.
  • Protection from the sun
    30 bananaboat and spf 15 chapstick of some kind
  • '94 20 HP Tracker/Merc dies but takes back off again
    If it does it consistently enough for this to work, try pumping the bulb as it starts to happen and see if that changes what is going on. Also try running with the cowling or cover off and watch that little sediment bowl or whatever it is called on the side of the motor. It should be full of g
  • Bullheads
    Haven't really gotten into the bullies this year. Staring lake usually has some but I think they were wiped out in the winterkill this year. Not sure what other lakes have them around here.
  • TX Crappies
    If anyone is interested,or in the area try Lake "O" The Pines in east Tx. sometime around Feb. or Mar. There are some really nice fish there, general the weather is pretty nice

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“At the Leading Edge”

  • Bulking Up For Dirty Water Bass.
    Bulking Up For Dirty Water Bass. by Chad Peterson - Bulking Up For Dirty Water Bass A lot of people cringe at the thought of fishing a lake with pea soup colored water, I’m talking lakes that swallow secchi disks alive.  I’ve grown to love this particular situation as most of the b [...]
  • How Quickly Things Can Change
    How Quickly Things Can Change by Mitch Bradshaw - Tournament Fishing isn’t for everyone. For some anglers it takes the fun out of the past time or hobby that they love. For others tournament fishing can take their passion to the next level. As frustrating as it can be at times, I enjoy tourna [...]
  • Downrigger Wiring Basics
    Downrigger Wiring Basics by Cory Yarmuth Over the years I have seen just about everything when it comes to the way someone wires up a boat. From huge spaghetti messes to residential wire nuts holding wires together. Let’s just say there are a few boats that I am surprised haven’t had an [...]
  • Lay Over Walleyes
    Lay Over Walleyes by HSO Staff by Jason Mitchell Anglers love to follow cliches.  Many of these cliches get taken as bold truths and get repeated until nobody ever questions what the cliche is.  A lot of information is regurgitated and repeated until we get to a point where people just do [...]
  • Pitching Drop Shotting
    Pitching Drop Shotting by HSO Staff Author: Matt Johnson When we think of drop-shotting, we typically think of vertical, finesse fishing over a rock pile or piece of isolated structure. Or maybe even a tactic used to pick-off schooling smallmouth bass along expansive flats. Drop-shotting is without [...]

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