Ice Fishing at The Leading Edge

  • 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 [...]
  • "Trolling" is No Longer Exclusive to Fishing From a Boat
    I wounder if I can get an app like that for my Droid and just add the transducer?

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Ice Fishing IceLeaders Talk

  • Protecting wheel house frame
    I don't know the details on the spray zinc you are referencing but I am guessing it is a nice smooth finish. Our products where I work are grit blasted, zinc powder coat primer and epoxy powder coat top finish. This is a nice and very durable finish. The zinc primer coat makes a huge difference [...]
  • RUNNERS FOR SKID FISH HOUSE
    angle iron will just rust after paint gets rubbed off.
  • Furnace/Range question
    Thanks All
  • Lifetime minimum maintenance frame
    That's a very understandable reason.
  • Snowmobiling in April!!!!
    Hard to complain about an April snowfall when you get 16" of fresh powder in the ditches. It was almost too deep to ride last night due to snow piling up on the hood and covering the headlight!!! Ok....I had my fun.....now I would like to see green grass.

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“i have more fun”

  • Anchor in your bass boat?
    IMHO an anchor is a piece of safety equipment. My stratos never has been in the water without one. Have I used it ? no. But in event of mechanical breakdown or battery loss it could save your boat or your life if drifting out to sea on large body of water or drifting in to rocky shore or towards a d
  • Horseshoe chain
    At least I could get the boat out. Take a small boat ride, looking to find a 24inch cat.
  • Breaker size for trolling motor
    WOW!! I was told by everyone that 50lb would be just fine for my 55lb thrust troller, from rogers retailer, boat repair guys, & all. would age have anything to do with it, mine is an older model I got used last spring.
  • Bass Boat for Musky?
    Some of the local big name muskie guides run bass boats. That said, there's a reason why just about all of them also have a big multispecies rig. Which alumacrafter were you looking at? Have you checked out Crestliner's Fishhawk series as well?
  • GPS Puck Removal Question
    Looks pretty straight forward to repair the hole with new fiberglass. Search on "fiberglass boat hole plug" and a number of solutions including youtube videos will come up.

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“At the Leading Edge”

  • Do We Have and Unfair Advantage? Electronics and Fishing
    Do We Have and Unfair Advantage? Electronics and Fishing by Cory Yarmuth Some say that technology is ruining our experience on the water. Others might just say the opposite is true. Either way this is a losing battle between the two groups. Everyone is entitled to their opinion; however that doesn& [...]
  • Fishing Success Be a student
    Fishing Success Be a student by Mitch Bradshaw - One of the keys to fishing success is to constantly be learning. This is true for each and every time you go fishing– you should leave the water with some type of mental note that you can apply to a future situation. Another big part [...]
  • Slab Seeker Fishing brule river fishing report
    Slab Seeker Fishing brule river fishing report by HSO Staff Hello – Well it seems like Spring is finally upon us and the steelhead fishing has been heating up. While it will be a few weeks before I start running North Shore trips, the Brule River on Lake Superior’s South Shore has been [...]
  • That Time of Year!
    That Time of Year! by Chad Peterson - That Time of Year The season is finally beginning to make a switch and believe me it’s for the better. Last weekend was the first time I could drive my truck on the ice all season, going wherever I wanted to. This counts mid-winter resort ice roads, as th [...]
  • Go Small or Go Home
    Go Small or Go Home by HSO Staff by Matt Johnson  Modern day society continues to push the mentality of doing things “big” and bold. “Go big or go home” is no longer just a term used on the sports field, but also rather in the office, at the factory, or even in the clas [...]

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