Steve and Brandt drill through Alaskan ice with hopes of striking white gold. This late winter ice fishing mission in Central Alaska revolves around a small hole in the ice, a trusty spear and white meat perfect for a smoker.
Watch the video to see how the team does from this dark Alaskan ice shanty.
At home both in open water and in the frozen tundra, 13 Fishing Kalon O Spinning Reels are performance-proven and tested by the most rugged and rowdy anglers we know.
Whether you're into suds, brewskis, seltzers, or vino, if it comes in a can or bottle and is best served cold, the Hopper M30 is the ticket.
A bright citrus-based blend that is balanced with earthy notes of smokey chardonnay and mild heat to round it out. This unique combination is incredibly versatile, perfectly pairs with your latest catch, fresh garden veggies, or atop roasted potatoes.
A lightweight body and super low-profile design provide incredible comfort during long days on the water.
Japanese 36 Ton Toray Graphite , 4A Portuguese Cork Handle, ALPS 316 Stainless Steel Guides with Zirconia Inserts.
The MeatEater crew uses our GoBoxes for storing all kinds of gear, from ammo and range hardware to outdoor kitchen essentials.
The thick late-winter Alaskan ice shelters a healthy population of Burbot, the poor man’s lobster. An educated angler knows the cold, dark hours of the winter are the time to pull this freshwater cod species to the surface. Steve partners up with Brandt Meixell to utilize local techniques to pull the unique Burbot species from the frigid waters. Handheld jigging passes the time while the duo waits for the exclaimed “FLAG” shouts. The successes...
Two hundred Coho salmon eggs came to Mrs. Hodges’s 3rd, 4th, and 5th-grade classroom this past January. The curious class watched, waited, and learned how new salmon come into existence. They took full responsibility for the well-being of the 200 little lives, monitoring and recording the water temperature and oxygen levels of the classroom tank every day. In early February, the eggs started to move. By the end of February, they hatched and...
Cool nights, football games, and long pants usually mean the start of prime walleye fishing in most parts of the walleye world. As the waters cool, these fish know to strap on the feedbag in order to help eggs develop or put on some extra fluff to get through the winter slowdown. It’s at this time that they get a little easier to catch and a whole lot bigger when you do. Fall is my favorite time to chase my favorite fish. Here are three ways to...