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January 2004

  • Ice Fishing Feeding Frenzy

    Ice Fishing Feeding Frenzy
    by FISHING THE WILD SIDE

    Written By Doug Newhoff Fish have a brain about the size of a pea. They have a stomach that's roughly 20 times that large. Fortunately for those of us who love to fish through the ice, one feeds the other. While a crappie or perch isn't capable of figuring out where to find a meal when th...

July 2003

  • "Thee way" to more Walleyes with Three-Ways
    by FISHING THE WILD SIDE

    Written By Doug Newhoff When it comes to their bellies, walleyes aren't all that much different than human beings. Some days, they will go to great lengths to please their palates by roaming expansive flats or cruising miles of shoreline in search of a few crayfish or shiners. Some days, they pre...
  • Expert Jigging Methods

    Expert Jigging Methods
    by FISHING THE WILD SIDE

    Written By Doug Newhoff Many fish ago, long before Oly Evinrude was a sparkplug in his father's eye or Lauri Rapala put an edge on his first carving knife, the idea of the leadhead jig was conceived. It solved many problems for our angling forefathers. It could be made to look like many of the cr...

April 2003

  • Simple Pleasures in Bass Tactics

    Simple Pleasures in Bass Tactics
    by FISHING THE WILD SIDE

    With Doug Newhoff It's been said that necessity is the mother of invention. If this is true, then simplicity must be the father! Bass anglers are taking note. Give a bucketmouth fanatic a baitfish-colored, noisy crankbait with holographic eyes and neutral buoyancy,...

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