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January 18, 2021

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Still Hooked. Downsizing offerings, like jigs and baits, can make a difference and still convert big fish after a tough front rolls through. Think smaller after a cold front and use sonar to locate and keep tabs on lethargic fish.

Winter is already the slow time for fish. Due to their cold-blooded nature, they're generally less energetic and aggressive than they are in summer when water is warmer. That doesn't mean they're not biting, and fast action can often be found during stable weather and at peak times, such as dawn and dusk for walleyes, crappies and other fish that feed in low light. However, when roaring winter...

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