Monthly Archives: January, 2017

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Published on Jan 28, 2017: Jason Mitchell joins guide Brad Durick on the Red River of the North located on the North Dakota and Minnesota border near the community of Drayton. Top midsummer locations and tactics are detailed incorporating circle…

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By Jason Mitchell Outdoors Midwinter means Lake Trout for many ice anglers across North America.  From upstate New York to the Rocky Mountains, lake trout are an apex predator on many lakes and reservoirs.  These top of the line predators are fast…

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Published on Jan 21, 2017: Jason Mitchell shares a deadly and simple presentation that seems to catch smallmouth bass everywhere. Often called a Ned Rig or jig worm, Mitchell uses half a Kalin’s Wac-O Worm on an 1/4 ounce Shakey…

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Published on Jan 21, 2017: The upper end of Lake Oahe on the Missouri River has quietly developed into a top-tier crappie fishery. Most of the major creek arms and tributaries have substantial populations of big crappie with some fish…

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by Jason Mitchell Late ice might be one of the best time periods of the entire winter for finding big crappie on predictable patterns.  The locations can vary from reservoirs to ponds and natural lakes but the starting point typically…

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with Jason Mitchell Outdoors Early ice and late ice are coveted periods of time for ice anglers targeting crappie, sunfish and bluegill.  Fish are often predictable and aggressive.  Whether you are an experienced angler or a novice, these windows often…

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