Schedule

FSN_logo_color1-300x170Watch us Sunday Mornings at 9:00 am on Fox Sports Net North. Covering North and South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Eastern Nebraska, Iowa.

Watch us Saturday Mornings at 9:30 am on Fox Sports Net Midwest. Covering Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri.

Also look for us on Channel 17 Outdoors Chicago (Saturday 6:30 pm, Sunday 10:30 am, Monday 8:30 am)

 

2014, Fourth Quarter Airings

Oct 12th: Tungsten Panfish

  • Jason Mitchell joins Tony Mariotti in western Minnesota as the anglers target classic basin roaming sunfish and crappie with tungsten and soft plastics.

Oct 19th: Transition Perch and Walleye

  • Jason Mitchell shares some tips on high percentage locations on dish bowl prairie lakes common in the Dakotas.  Mitchell shows some dead sticking techniques for Devils Lake perch at early ice when conditions get difficult. Later in the episode, the same locations produce walleye at late ice near Watertown SD.

Oct 26th: Deep Basin Crappies

  • Jason Mitchell joins Jeff Andersen in Northern Minnesota where the anglers explore deep structure for midwinter crappies.  On deep lakes, crappies often relate to secondary basins and deep water structure off the primary basin.  Locations and techniques are explained for this big fish pattern.

Nov 2nd:  Jumbo Perch Assault

  • To catch a two pound perch… you have to fish where they live.  Jason Mitchell and Tom Shields of Woodland Resort showcase one of North America’s top winter ice fishing destinations, sharing tips and locations that produce some of the biggest perch ever caught on camera.

Nov 9th:  Late Ice Crappie

  • One of the most consistent patterns to happen each season at late ice.  Jason Mitchell and Tony Mariotti say goodbye to winter with a classic shallow water crappie bite that showcases big slabs riding right under the ice.

Nov 16th: Shallow Water Walleye Aggression

  • Jason Mitchell and Eric Naig of Northland Fishing Tackle target an aggressive shallow water walleye pattern for daytime walleye in less than six feet of water.  The anglers demonstrate and explain some aggressive presentation options that use Impulse soft plastics in replace of traditional live bait and showcase some of the advantages of not using live bait.

Nov 23rd:  Tungsten Panfish

  • Jason Mitchell joins Tony Mariotti in western Minnesota as the anglers target classic basin roaming sunfish and crappie with tungsten and soft plastics.

Nov 30th:  Transition Perch and Walleye

  • Jason Mitchell shares some tips on high percentage locations on dish bowl prairie lakes common in the Dakotas.  Mitchell shows some dead sticking techniques for Devils Lake perch at early ice when conditions get difficult. Later in the episode, the same locations produce walleye at late ice near Watertown SD.

Dec 7th:  Deep Basin Crappies

  • Jason Mitchell joins Jeff Andersen in Northern Minnesota where the anglers explore deep structure for midwinter crappies.  On deep lakes, crappies often relate to secondary basins and deep water structure off the primary basin.  Locations and techniques are explained for this big fish pattern.

Dec 14th:  Jumbo Perch Assault

  • To catch a two pound perch… you have to fish where they live.  Jason Mitchell and Tom Shields of Woodland Resort showcase one of North America’s top winter ice fishing destinations, sharing tips and locations that produce some of the biggest perch ever caught on camera.

Dec 21st:  Late Ice Crappie

  • One of the most consistent patterns to happen each season at late ice.  Jason Mitchell and Tony Mariotti say goodbye to winter with a classic shallow water crappie bite that showcases big slabs riding right under the ice.

Dec 28th:  Shallow Water Walleye Aggression

  • Jason Mitchell and Eric Naig of Northland Fishing Tackle target an aggressive shallow water walleye pattern for daytime walleye in less than six feet of water.  The anglers demonstrate and explain some aggressive presentation options that use Impulse soft plastics in replace of traditional live bait and showcase some of the advantages of not using live bait.

 

 

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