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August 2014This Month's Issue



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Finding Active Kings In Slow Times  
By Capt. Lee Haasch

FISH, FISH, GET THE RIGGER! BIG FISH LOOK AT HIM RUN! We all like to hear that kind of action every time we go fishing. Every morning when I leave the dock, I have one goal—fill the cooler with fish. Reality is, that does not happen every time. Some days, the fish are just uncooperative and we have to work much harder to fill that cooler. Every body of water and every species of fish have ti...
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The Most Important Skill In Whitetail Hunting  
By Ken Nordberg

What is the most important skill in whitetail hunting? Is it accuracy with your gun or bow? Is it the ability to recognize a productive stand site? Is it the ability to get to a stand site without alerting or alarming deer? Is it the ability to hike to or from a stand site in total darkness? Is it the ability to avoid being identified by whitetails via scent, sound or sight? Is it the ab...
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From The Midwest To Mexico  
By Jim Quinn

I’ve always fished in the Midwest—that’s where I grew up and that’s where I’ve always lived. So when I got the invitation to fish with Mike “The Griz” Ritz in La Paz, Baja Mexico, I was quick to accept.     La Paz (peace in Spanish) is a growing city of 220,000 located on a huge bay on the Sea of Cortez, a little north of Cabo San Lucas. Ja...
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Wormin’ Your Way To More Fish  
By Darrell Taylor

We were in a tug of war—the worm and I. I wanted him in an empty Campbell’s Pork & Beans can but he was making a heroic effort to crawl back into his hole. “Nightcrawler” is a fitting name because this critter is prone to crawling through moist grassy areas under the cover of darkness to feed.     The problem is they seldom crawl more than a few inches f...
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Mastering The Suspending Lure
By Mark Haasch

Casting or trolling; daytime, nighttime, anytime; suspending crankbaits and body baits are fabulous for fooling fish. They have great swimming action when they're on the move, and the stop-and-go motion you can create-the lure neither rising nor falling-will trip the trigger of feeding fish. In short, whether swimming or sitting still, fish of all species will have a hard time passing up suspen...
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Moonlit Monsters
By Jim Haasch

As the summer heat wears on it can deal a beating to any muskie hunter. We often struggle through the midsummer sun in anticipation of the last hour of light and the first hour of dark. This is magic time and a great time to be on the water. However, for those willing to continue to spend time on the water, the rewards of night fishing can be incredible. I have covered night fishing topics before,...
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"Nightcrawler Secrets" Revisited
By Ted Haasch

Co-authored with Tom Neustrom "Never before have I asked you, or anyone, to keep an angling secret. I'm going to break this rule now and ask you point-blank NOT to pass on this information. It is much too deadly, it took many years to accumulate, and it's worth too much to just give out willy-nilly… This method is so deadly that I debated for several years about publishing it at all. ...
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