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Electric Trolling Motor Tips - Part 1 of 2

February 25th, 2010 Ivo Posted in Freshwater Fishing, Saltwater Fishing, Trolling No Comments »

One of the most valuable pieces of equipment on any boat is an electric trolling motor. Although they can be used to troll with, their main purpose is for boat positioning, or for working structure. Read the rest of this entry »


2 Ways to Better Fluke Fishing - Part 2 of 2

January 26th, 2010 Claudio Posted in Drifting, Saltwater Fishing, T-Turn Swivel, Trolling No Comments »

All is good except there is a part of the 3-way fishing that I didn’t like. The problem was that my leader line kept wrapping around my sinker line every time I was ready to fish. Read the rest of this entry »


Understanding Sonar and the use of Fish Finders - Part 3 of 3

December 8th, 2009 Ivo Posted in Boating, Trolling, Viewer Questions No Comments »

We made it to part 3 of understanding fish finders and sonar. In this article, we will uncover more advantages to using fishing finders (sonar) and help you catch more fish! Read the rest of this entry »


Understanding Sonar and the use of Fish Finders - Part 2 of 3

December 1st, 2009 Ivo Posted in Boating, Trolling, Viewer Questions No Comments »

In this article, let’s review the use of fish finders (sonar) for structure, which is actually a “key” to catching more fish! This post is a continuation of Understanding Sonar and the use of Fish Finders. Read the rest of this entry »


Understanding Sonar and the use of Fish Finders - Part 1 of 3

November 26th, 2009 Ivo Posted in Boating, Trolling, Viewer Questions No Comments »

Viewer Question: “I would like to see a series of information on understanding sonar. I know fish are arches, however actually the arch size is determined by how long the fish is under the sonar beam. i.e.: the faster the boat is going the shorter the arch.

What about when the fish is right or left of center of the beam will the fish look smaller? Should one be looking for just fish or both fish and structure? You could probably have dozens of sonar topics. Thanks for listening” - Bruce Read the rest of this entry »


Video - Trolling for Lake Trout - Trolling with Body Baits - Landing Huge Lake Trout

September 2nd, 2009 Ivo Posted in Freshwater Fishing, Trolling, Videos No Comments »

Today we’re trolling along in Lake Ontario looking for those monster lake trout! We’re using body baits and fishing in about 20-30 feet of water. It was a great day out there, here’s what we did to land all those huge lake trout. Read the rest of this entry »