By adding a spring bobber to the end of your ice fishing rod you can quadruple your catch for $1.00!
Gord Pyzer shares a top secret technique with lipless crankbaits used for targeting walleye under the ice.
Many anglers use underwater cameras to help them locate fish during the hardwater season. These tips will help you see further under the ice.
To get the most out of your electronics you need to know how to understand the different settings. These tips will help you get the most from your flasher while ice fishing.
The new Vexilar Double Vision system combines a sonar and camera into one easy to use portable unit.
Mark Melnyk shows off his new line of Signature Series Sundog eyewear.
Dan Cornell of the Boomerang Tool Company talks about the new and innovative set of retractable pliers introduced at this year's ICAST.
Rick Whitenbraker explains to WFN how Yeti lives up to its name with their tough, durable coolers.
Imagine never having to fiddle with line snips or having to hunt down the end of the line on a spool or worry about line running off the spool. Shark Tooth is one simple tool available at ICAST that takes care of all these little jobs that fits on every spool and cuts every kind of line.
Clay Norris of Berkley talks about NanoFil, the winner of the Best of Show and Best Line awards at ICAST!
Don't leave the spoons in the tackle box! Use these tips for set up and technique to catch walleye in the early summer.
Many anglers have problems with spooling fluorocarbon onto spinning reels. JP has a few tips for anglers on the best way to spool this kind of line.
Shaw Grigsby is at the WFN booth at iCAST talking about the new TroKar Tube TK190 hook and the benefits of its great hook set
Introduced at the 2010 ICAST show, Owner has designed a Wacky Jig Head to use with their new soft bait - the wounded minnow.
An amazing adhesive that can be used for a multitude of purposes for anglers and boaters.
Getting School'd host JP DeRose answers a viewer's email question about keeping your rod and reel in the best condition.
Live bait rigging provides an opportunity to present a natural food source to fish, which ultimately produces more hook ups. Learn how properly rig live bait to present it to fish efficiently.
The slick jig is uniquely designed for ice fishing. Its weight-forward design allows it to swim away from the hole, covering a wider area than normal jigs.
Fishing with spoons can be an effective way to land big fish during any season. With a variety of colors and sizes, spoons are versatile enough for most anglers.
Marty Stone says for monofilament, go with Vicious Fishing's Ultimate line.
Kevin VanDam preaches maintenance with his Line & Lure Conditioner and BTS Protectant.
Ron Baskett demonstrates why Easy 2 Hook is exactly what its name implies.
Byron Velvick reveals two new hooks from Owner.
Dave Wolak gives us a rundown of the current Sunline products.