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New! Thunder Braid - Premium Braided Fishing Line

July 14th, 2014 Ivo Posted in Fishing Line, Freshwater Fishing, Ice Fishing, Saltwater Fishing, Thundermist Lure Company, Tournament Fishing No Comments »

Hello folks! We’re proud to announce the launch of our premium braided fishing line, Thunder Braid! Read the rest of this entry »


How to Mark a Fishing Spot Without Electronics - Using a Fishing Marker or Buoy

December 9th, 2007 Ivo Posted in Boating, Tournament Fishing, Viewer Questions 5 Comments »

Viewer Question: “Hey Ivo, I see how drifting can be a great way of finding and accessing many fish and fish species. You covered a few examples of how to “mark” a spot while drifting (GPS, and trolling motor), both seem to rely on technology. What can a starting out boater do to Read the rest of this entry »


Using Salt for Distressed Fish

October 30th, 2007 Ivo Posted in Tournament Fishing, Viewer Questions 2 Comments »

Viewer Question: “When using salt for minnows or stressed fish do you recommend non iodized salt e.g. pickling salt or regular salt. I use Morton’s Kosher and it works well for keeping my minnows alive and firmer when fishing Erie on those hot summer days. Appreciate your comments . WW” Read the rest of this entry »


Fishing Tournament Tactics and Strategies - Part 2

October 29th, 2007 Ivo Posted in Tournament Fishing 2 Comments »

Hello again folks. In addition to my prior article on tournament tips and tactics, here are a few more important tips to consider on tournament day. Read the rest of this entry »


Fishing Tournament Tactics and Strategies - Part 1

October 12th, 2007 Ivo Posted in Tournament Fishing No Comments »

Take note of such things as water clarity, water temp, as well as the outside weather (i.e. Sunny? Windy? Cloudy? Rainy?) Then note what was working at that point in time. This will help you develop a pattern. Read the rest of this entry »