Jarrid Houston, for the News Tribune
Big fish season has started. Fishing for numbers can be fun, but fishing for trophy caliber fish takes the cake. After endless days of countless smaller fish it's nice to try and target one big fish.
Here we are, post-Fourth of July and fully into summer patterns.
Summertime has arrived and it's time to start switching tactics to hook up with fish.
The power of water has wreaked havoc in Northland waters this week.
The transition to summer is starting to take shape.
Weather has been pitching curveballs on fishing success in recent days.
The bite remains strong in the Twin Ports area as fish continue to be active. Inland water temps are ranging from 56-62 degrees, depending on location, and anglers are reporting success from all water systems.
Great fishing is happening now! As predicted, the bite has been good for most species of fish on lakes and rivers in the Northland.
Fishing season is here! After a successful opening weekend for Wisconsin anglers, it's now time for Minnesotans to enjoy the "official, unofficial holiday."
What a difference we have endured in a week's time.