The prairie lakes of South Dakota host some of the best walleye action in the midwest. On today's show, Al Lindner and Jeff Simpson are in South Dakota targeting shallow water walleyes using hair jigs.
The Rapala X Rap has proven to be one of the top bait options for catching bass during the cold-water period. On today's show, Al and Troy Lindner reveal all the nuances of using this fantastic fish producing lure.
When it comes to catching crappies, most people think about grabbing some live bait and soaking it below a bobber. Today Al Lindner and Jeremy Smith use some of their favorite soft baits that often outperform live bait.
Using a jig and minnow during spring and fall is a top producing tactic for walleye anglers everywhere. James Lindner and Jeff Simpson spend the day using MegaLive to help find and catch shallow water walleyes in the fall.
When lake trout are stacked deep, a handful of presentations can work to produce lots of fish. James Lindner and Jeff Simpson show you one of the best and most effective ways to cover lots of water and trigger the active fish into biting.
Even when moving from spot to spot, specific types of topwater baits can outperform other options. On today's show, James and Troy Lindner go topwater fishing for both largemouth and smallmouth bass.
The color of your lure is an important consideration for most anglers. James Lindner and Jeremy Smith explain how they decide when to use a more natural realistic color pattern and when brighter paint jobs are better.
Summer is one of the best times to catch giant bluegills consolidated in their summer haunts. Today Jeremy Smith and Ty Sjodin use drop-shot tactics to catch plate size gills they found using modern electronics.
Al Lindner has witnessed all the fishing trends that have happened for over 50 years—size, shape, tactics, and color; you name it. Right now, color is again the latest hot topic. Some of today's hottest performing lure paint jobs are options that we would have never considered using years ago!
A few of Lindner's Angling Edge staffers have a passion for musky fishing. On this trip, Jeremy Smith and Jeff Simpson go on a late summer hunt for Lake of the Woods muskies using a variety of baits to trigger strikes.
Today's electronics allow anglers to scan forward, down, sideways and everywhere in between. James Lindner and Jake Wallace reveal their method for using sonar to find whitefish, then have fun using Mega Live imaging to watch the fish charge, chase, and eat their baits!
Canada is an absolute favorite fishing destination for many anglers. Whether you love walleye, trout, bass, musky, big pike, or a combination of multiple species, there's no better place to capitalize on amazing fishing opportunities than in beautiful Sunset Country in Ontario.
During normal or even high water years, largemouth have plenty of places to live. But when the water is low, bass may have to abandon spots that have historically produced year after year. In this show, Al Lindner and Jeremy Smith show you how to find and catch bass when water levels are low.
Rapala Jigging Raps and jigs rigged with soft plastics have proven to some of the best bait options for catching walleyes. Watch Jeremy Smith and Ty Sjodin cover lots of water to catch loads of walleyes using the new popular color options.
Lake Vermilion is famous for many reasons, including the amazing scenery and fabulous fishing. On today's Angling Edge, James Lindner and Jake Wallace tap into the excellent smallmouth fishing during the summer peak.
Throughout the season, fish migrate and swim to different locations depending on the season. Jeremy Smith and Doug Wagner target the mighty musky using open water trolling tactics to intercept and catch these beasts.
During the summer peak, bass position on a variety of structures in different depths. Here, Al and James Lindner use their electronics to pinpoint fish location and depth, then deploy lures designed to dive right into the strike zone.
White bass are hard-fighting, aggressive fish that are an absolute blast to catch, particularly when congregating in large schools during the spring. James Lindner and Jeremy Smith show you how to find and catch these tenacious biters and fighters on crankbaits.
One of the most straightforward and productive lures on the fishing scene in recent years is called the Ned Rig. Watch James and Troy Lindner catch both Largemouth and Smallmouth using the now-famous Ned Rig.
Today's electronics, like Side Images and MegaLIVE, make it much easier to find schools of walleyes in shallow water, then deploy classic jigging tactics known for triggering walleyes in the shallows.
Hair Jigs have made a huge comeback in recent times, and they work for a variety of fish. On today's show, Legendary Al Lindner and his son Troy deploy hair jigs to catch bass in the shallows.
Followin' Largemouth Bass
Jeremy Smith and Ty Sjodin drive to the end of the road, then fly into Northwest Ontario’s Birch Bark Lodge, a world-class walleye and pike destination where big baits equal big fish.
Al and James Lindner share their program for catching more walleyes on the entire year, including how to locate bottom transition areas loaded with forage, and proven Jigging Rap techniques.
James and Troy Lindner probe weedlines with various finesse tactics, including the venerable jig worm and new techniques like the Neko rig, often the key to a better bass bite when power fishing fails.
Al Lindner and guide Tom Neustrom employ “bread and butter” walleye techniques for consistent action on Minnesota’s Lake Winnibigoshish, a first-class multi-species destination.
Jeremy Smith and Ty Sjodin enjoy a spring fling for largemouths, smallmouths and white bass on South Dakota prairie lakes. Power fishing shallow, warming, windswept bays locates and catches active, loosely-schooled fish.
Dave Csanda and Jeremy Smith employ advanced electronics to locate and catch huge channel catfish on the Red River between Minnesota and North Dakota. Finesse deadbait tactics excel when the fish are fussy. The rest of the time, it’s pandemonium!
Al Lindner and Mark Fisher toss jerkbaits for largemouth bass in cold water. Subtle twitches followed by long pauses allow their lures to reverse nearly in place, pause, and slowly sink, triggering follow bass into striking.
Al and Troy Lindner ply the deep weedline of a natural lake for largemouth bass during midsummer. Texas-rigged, large soft plastics and West Coast-style Izzy-rig stickbaits fool big bucketmouths into biting.
Fine-tuned secrets for early-season smallmouths.