Brainerd Lakes Area Fishing Report: Oct 2017

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Brainerd Area Lakes Have Turned Over and the Fishing Remains Excellent

What I really enjoy about this time of the year is the fish generally do the same thing each year.  If you have a waypoint from years past, it doesn’t matter what the species is, the fish will be there.  You can truly fish by memory and succeed, especially on the smaller lakes.

After a quick filming trip to South Dakota, on Thursday I was joined in the boat by ...

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Whitefish Chain

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Last Wednesday, my wife and I headed up to the Whitefish chain to spend time on the water relaxing, talking and enjoying our wedding anniversary. Of course being the guy that I am, I can’t go anywhere without my fishing rods if the boat is hooked up!

We started fishing about 5 PM pulling crawler harnesses with in-line weights over the deep basin of the lake. We targeted the 40 to 50 foot range in water that was from 80 to ...

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Brainerd Lakes Area Fishing Report: Sept 2017

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THE WALLEYE BITE IS ON FIRE!

September 17th, 2017

The walleye bite is on fire on the Brainerd Lakes Area and the backdrop is amazing as we approach the fall color peak.

For the better part of last week I had to be in Montana to film an elk hunt but when I got back but when I did it was game on!

The first fishing venture on Saturday morning was back to ...

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How one outdoorsman landed ultimate dream job

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GARRISON, Minn. – People often tell me I have a dream job that affords me the opportunity to fish and hunt throughout the year.

I won’t argue that assertion, but there have been numerous drawbacks that occurred as the result of stepping in to harm’s way. But I’ll save that for another time.

A few years ago, however, I met a young man who never fails to announce to the world that he too has a dream job that ...

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Nate Berg, 12, Approaches 500 Fishing Days—the Mind Reels

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He seems too young to be a hometown hero, but blond, barrel-chested Nate Berg is making Blair (pop. 1,142), Wis., famous. And all because he likes to fish. Nate is so hooked on wielding a rod and reel that this week, on Aug. 9, he will achieve an unsnapped string of 500 straight fishing days.

Naturally, neither rain, sleet, cold nor predawn gloom could stay Nate from an appointment of at least a few minutes each day beside a local body ...

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