Dec

9

ICE FORCE Pros Name Go-To Baits For Favorite Frozen Lakes

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For every great destination lake in the Ice Belt, there’s a few go-to baits and tactics that produce fish every winter. Following are several ICE FORCE® pro-staffers’ picks for their favorite frozen lakes. Continue reading

Oct

8

Speed Your Deep Hook-Sets With Sufix 832 Ice Braid

Sufix 832 Ice Braid

When fishing deep, hook-set speed can mean the difference between the fish of a lifetime and the one that got away. Fish with Sufix® 832® Advanced Ice Braid [Product '832%20Advanced%20Ice%20Braid' not found!] this winter and you’ll have braggin’ board photos to share rather than sob stories to tell. Continue reading

Sep

12

Pro Tips & Expert Advice From Paul Delaney

Pro Tips & Expert Advice From Paul Delaney

As owner/operator of Late-Eyes Sport Fishing Guide Service, ICE FORCE Pro-Staffer Capt. Paul Delaney practically lives on the ice and water of Door County, Wis. No matter the season, Delaney’s clients pull big fish from the waters of Green Bay and Lake Michigan, including Oconto, Marinette, Sturgeon Bay, Egg Harbor, Fish Creek, Sister Bay, the Menominee, Fox and Cedar rivers and Little Bay De Noc. Continue reading

Feb

7

On-Ice Report #5, Quintin Biermann: ‘Stacking The Box’ Through The Cold Snap

On-Ice Report #5, Quintin Biermann: Stacking The Box Through The Cold Snap

On the heels of “wacky” weather that’s dropped the Ice Belt into the Deep Freeze, hot spots and patterns have been hard to come by for Quintin Biermann. Still, he’s been able to find some biters in South Dakota’s Glacial Lakes and Prairie Region.

“It’s been tough to keep fish on a pattern, as far as location goes… and what the fish want,” says the ICE FORCE Pro-Staffer and In-Depth Outdoors TV personality. Continue reading

Jan

25

On-Ice Report #3: Chris Granrud, Rainy Lake

On-Ice Report #3: Chris Granrud, Rainy Lake

While others in the Ice Belt may be sitting out this sub-zero cold snap, ICE FORCE pro-staffer Chris Granrud has been out almost every day in one of Minnesota’s most primitive areas, Rainy Lake.

And although this time of year can be one of the toughest to get bit, with cold front after cold front, low oxygen levels, short feeding windows and inactive fish, the RainyDaze Guide Service owner/operator contines to put clients on fish worth writing home about. Continue reading