Talkin’ fishin’ on the Great Plains
by brentisoutdoors | Mar 30, 2023 | Uncategorized
By Brent Frazee Finally, the end is near. It’s time to say goodbye to winter and hello to spring.It’s time to go fishing. And as usual, the Great Plains states will have plenty to offer in 2023. Where? We’ve done some research and picked out a few bodies of water in...
For ice fishermen, winter is a friend, not an enemy
by brentisoutdoors | Feb 7, 2023 | Uncategorized
By Brent Frazee Dave Genz doesn’t dread winter the way some people do. Ice, snow, bitter cold, frigid wind chills? Bring it on. For Genz, who lives in St. Cloud, Minn., winter is prime time for fishing. When the lakes lock up with ice, he drills holes, cozies up in...
Fall Walleye Fishing on the Great Plains
by brentisoutdoors | Sep 22, 2022 |
By Brent Frazee Jason Mitchell can’t wait for fall temperatures to start a slow descent in North Dakota, where he lives. As the water cools on giant Devils Lake, the big walleyes go on the prowl for food. And some of the best fishing of the year can result. “What you...
Top Five Summer Fishing Destinations on the Great Plains
by brentisoutdoors | Jul 21, 2022 |
Summer fishing on the Great Plains Five places where the action can be as hot as the weather By Brent Frazee In honor of the arrival of summer, we’re going to send you on an extended fishing trip across the Great Plains. Hitch up the boat, organize your fishing tackle...
Review of St. Croix Power Lite Spinning Rod
by brentisoutdoors | Jun 15, 2022 | Gear Review
Review of St. Croix Power Lite Spinning Rod By Brent Frazee When I was shopping for the ideal light-action fishing rod years ago, I went through the process of elimination. Some rods were too heavy. Others didn’t have enough backbone. Still others were too expensive....
Garlic Creamed Fish
by themodernwildman | May 24, 2022 | Cooking
Delicious fish recipe with garlic & cream, perfect over pasta.
It’s a spring thing: crappie fishing in Kansas
by brentisoutdoors | Mar 31, 2022 | Uncategorized
In late April and May, the crappies will move en masse to the brushy shallows and they will be met by thousands of fishermen across Kansas fishing either from the bank or in boats.