Ice Fishing at The Leading Edge

  • wow didnt even know there was the iceleaders area.
    So whats really going on?
  • 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 [...]

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Ice Fishing IceLeaders Talk

  • Fish House Frame Coatings
    Has anyone tried POR15 Bed Liner on anything?
  • Which Vexilar Do I Want?
    Have an 8, 18, 20 and 28. All bought in year of release except the 8. That is the only one to need service. Bad transducer cord due to wear and tear. Took it to their shop and was very impressed with the service. They plugged in the cord and tested operation of unit before allowing me out the door.
  • Studs and layout
    I would go with the door on the passenger side. Mine is on the passenger side and I know some with the door on the driver side and the do not like it. When we go camping with them at camp grounds the door is on the wrong side when they need to back in a spot. Plus you don't get slush splashed u [...]
  • Just couldn't let it go....
    just to hard to let the memories die. good job
  • Ice Castle
    Yes it is the law that any trailer over 3000# needs brakes

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“i have more fun”

  • Crappie-Killing Pike
    wouldn't it be cool to see some footage of a pike in feeding frenzy! we get to to see it on the nature shows with ocean fish, but filmmakers have yet to capture action like that in freshwater
  • Wausau Wisconsin Muskie Expo
    Always go to this one. About a three hour drive from Minneapolis. Changed hotel to EconoLodge. 715-355-4449. It is $30 cheaper than the place last year. Hotels fill on ski weekends. Nice show with varied set of vendors. "After the show on Saturday evening, there will be a Lure Swap at The Ba
  • Finding crappies / bluegills on a small shallow lake
    There is a small creek that flows out from the lake or may not flow any more due to a beaver dam down stream. However the water over there is only 3-4 feet deep in the summer.
  • 2015 NMBA Bass Tournaments - Team and Individual Series
    As open water season approaches I wanted to invite anyone who wants to fish some tournaments this summer to consider North Metro Bass Academy's Individual or Team Saturday Series. All Tournaments are on Saturday mornings either 6:00-12:00pm or 6:00-2:00pm and are 100% payout with no membership [...]
  • Prop repair ?
    Aluminum props are relatively cheap, and often aren't worth repairing. I just brought one into Mark's Prop Shop today (Stacy). He looked at it and said it was repairable ($70), but said a new one is around $100 and recommended that instead. He didn't have any new ones on hand, but in [...]

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“At the Leading Edge”

  • Minnesota’s moose population remains at low levels
    Minnesota’s moose population remains at low levels by HSO Editor The DNR has conducted aerial moose population surveys in northeastern Minnesota since 1960. A spotter counts moose as a pilot flies a helicopter across 52 randomly selected plots of 13 square miles. “Survey conditions this [...]
  • How to Care for and Transport Scent Free Gear
    How to Care for and Transport Scent Free Gear by HSO Editor Let’s face it, many well meaning hunters make the investment in scent control clothing and gear to stay scent free, but do little to protect and preserve it. The hardworking hunter scrimps and saves, gets extra hours at work, picks u [...]
  • North Country Walleye ‘Meat’ The Precision Jigs
    North Country Walleye ‘Meat’ The Precision Jigs by HSO Editor Methods like the jig and meat combo start to shine right about now, when cold snaps start getting measured in weeks and that first-freeze rush has kind of petered out. Walleye are still absolutely catchable using lures and ji [...]
  • Youth Ice Fishing League Heats Up
    Youth Ice Fishing League Heats Up by HSO Editor Youth anglers across the country are competing in a youth ice fishing season this winter and, with a little less than three weeks left in the 2015 AAL Youth Ice Fishing Season, the young ice anglers that are getting on the ice consistently are putting [...]
  • Late ice crappie patterns
    Late ice crappie patterns by HSO Editor The last period of safe ice typically offers some of the best ice fishing of the year for panfish like bluegill and crappie.  For crappies in particular, we often find fish shallow and the fish can often be fairly aggressive.  Finding crappie is oft [...]

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