Once the month of October rolls around, particularly in northern lakes, bass start to vacate the shallow water, and migrate to deeper depths in order to set up shop. The off-shore structure may take the shape of rocky shoals, still-healthy weed beds, as well as deep timber, or humps and points. The initial drop-off inside the main lake always is a great starting point. Read More
Catching, cutting and cooking are all the fun parts of sportsmen and women’s fishing, but the scaling part, not so much. Thankfully, there are many tools available to make the process not quite so bad. However you’ll need to know the best fish scaler from the ones that make you want to scream. There are different factors that might make one scaler the best fish scaler over another. But it takes some questioning to determine which scaler is the best for you. Scaling 50 fish is a much different task than scaling 5 to 10. And scaling a sturgeon if a far cry from a perch. We’ll get into details about what to look for in a fish scaler and our recommendations.