Tasty Lake Trout Recipes

Trout Recipies

You’ve had a successful trout fishing expedition out on Reindeer Lake. Congratulations! Now, it’s time to cook that tasty trout. Need some recipe ideas? Find them below! Simple grilled lake trout There’s no better way to showcase the flavor of freshly caught fish. Begin by preheating your broiler. Once you’ve gutted and scaled your trout… Read more »

What to Look For in a Fly Fishing Vest

Fly Fishing Vest

There is nothing quite as fun and relaxing as getting out into nature and enjoying a day of fly fishing. But as with most sports, protection and equipment are everything, so it’s important to have a dependable fly fishing vest. Here are a few tips to consider when choosing your next vest! Why do you… Read more »

Questions to Ask a Moose-Hunting Guide

What to ask your moose hunting guide

If you’re thinking of booking a moose-hunting guide, it pays to know the right questions to ask. Asking smart questions can make a big difference to the success of your hunt. For example: How long have you been in business? A more experienced outfitter will likely know the ins and outs of managing the logistics… Read more »

Empty Looking Banks? Here’s How to Catch Fish

Tips for catching fish off of a bank

There’s a reason why you won’t usually find a bunch of people fishing in empty looking banks. They look, well, empty, so people don’t think they’re going to have any success finding fish in them and look elsewhere. But the truth is that you can actually make the most of this opportunity by going out… Read more »

Benefits of Mixing Up Hunting Targets

Why You Should Mix Up Hunting Targets

No matter how long you’ve been hunting, if you’re like most of us, you need to practice. Whether you’re a newbie, a longtime weekend hobbyist or a lifelong hunter, you can benefit from mixing up your hunting targets when you practice. The biggest benefit of mixing up your hunting targets? Improved accuracy. You might say,… Read more »

How to Repair a Fishing Rod Cork Grip

Repairing a cork fishing rod grip

After a long winter, which may not have included many fishing trips, it’s a good idea to make sure your fishing rods are in good working order. Cork grips are particularly prone to wear and tear. Repeated soaking and drying can cause the cork to weaken, chip and develop holes. If you don’t repair the… Read more »

Early Spring Fishing Tips

Fishing in the Spring

Winter is slowly turning into spring, which means you might be ready for an early-season fishing trip on the lake! Early spring fishing can be unpredictable with rain, mud, thawing ice and runoff posing challenges to fishermen. However, with a few handy tips, you’re more likely to have a successful fishing expedition. Spring Fishing Tip… Read more »

How You Can Go Fishing With Your Dog

Tips for Fishing With Your Dog

If you love casting a line and you own an anxious and playful dog, you should take your companion with you on your next fishing adventure! But first, you’ll want to have your bases covered. Before you leave for the lake, make sure your dog is ready Check to see if he has any cracked… Read more »

How to Track Animals in Difficult Terrain

How to Track Animals in Difficult Terrain

Do you want to improve your chances of tracking animals down during your next hunting trip? One of the most effective ways to do it is by learning how to spot different signs that will show you which way animals are moving. This can be hard to do, especially when you’re dealing with a tougher… Read more »

What to Get Your Angler for Valentine’s Day

Are you in love with an angler? Maybe you’re in need of some inspiration for the perfect Valentine’s gift for your beloved who lives for getting out on the water and catching some fish. Read on for a few great ideas: Show your angler some love with personalized lures that will brighten up his tackle… Read more »

Walleye Ice Fishing Tips

Since it’s still chilly and many lakes are frozen, you might be thinking about fishing for some walleye! Whether you’re an experienced ice fisherman or a newbie, it helps to know a few handy tips for reeling in those walleye this season. Timing is everything Low light hours, i.e. sunrise and sunset, are prime time… Read more »

How to Choose a Fly Rod

Fly fishing can be an exciting and rewarding experience for avid fishers and newbies alike. But there’s a lot that goes into being properly prepared. One of the most important things is choosing the right rod. With so many options, how do you know which rod is the one you need to make the perfect… Read more »