Before your next trip to the lake or river, check out the fly hatch chart and get the right lures before hitting the water.
That's it, some of Ole Outdoors favorite products for the ice fishing season of 2018. If you have any other suggestions please drop us a line. (no pun intended) Thanks for reading!
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From ice houses to under water camera, here are some of the top picks to make sure you get more fish per trip this season on the ice.
Ice fishing season is just weeks away in northern parts of Minnesota, expecting some lakes to be ready by the 20th of November if we're lucky.
This only leaves a few weeks to lock down our gear for the season so here's the line up for our frozen sport...
Chats with the DNR officers can be a great time to find out about spots and tactics, unless you're doing something unknowingly (or knowingly) that is illegal. When I started fishing during the summer I failed to remember only one line per person can be used (unlike on the ice where two lines are allowed) and had a very nice officer not write me ticket after an honest conversation.
Clearly it's in your best interest to follow the regulations unless you really want to pay a large 'donation' to the wildlife fund.
Here's the bag limits for inland waters for the 2018 season. (This may not include ever regulation, so for more information you should go download the DNR PDF here)
I hope you find this information useful, for more fishing tips, trips, and gear check out our other blog posts and visit the Ole Store for more gear.