This week, Cal talks about hunting and fishing access needs across the US, day-glo fish, Uncle Chesty's Walleye, and so much more.
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Walleye fishing seemed so simple back when grandpa first showed you how to put a worm on a hook. That was a damned effective tactic, too.
These days, as you’re walking the tackle shop aisles or scrolling endless pages of online gear sites, any thoughts that this type of fishing is a simple affair go out the window.
While anglers are prone overcomplicate things, having an arsenal of different lure types and tactics makes you a more versatile and...
Spinner rigs account for a huge proportion of all walleyes caught in rivers, lakes, and reservoirs across the walleye belt. Also known as a worm harness rig, this relatively simple tackle can be fished from the bottom to the surface, fast or slow, and provides a good mix of power and finesse. These lures typically slide freely on a leader, unlike common in-line trout spinners or angled bass spinnerbaits, but the principles are the same. When...
On May 2, the Colombia Congressional Court declared sportfishing unconstitutional with an 8-1 vote in favor of the ruling.
“Although there is no consensus as to whether fish are sentient beings, the truth is that by virtue of the precautionary principle, even in the absence of scientific certainty, when there are elements that preliminarily demonstrate the risk of damage to the environment, the intervention of the State is necessary,” the court...