When ice fishing, first ice and last ice are typically what every angler looks forward to. This is where fish are plentiful and seemingly eat whatever presentation is offered to them. When mid winter ice fishing rolls around, things slow down, fish don't seem to bite anything placed in front of them, and your catch rates go down. What if a few subtle changes to your tactics could make you more successful, all winter long?!
Len Thompson is known as a casting and trolling spoon that's effective for many species. However, many anglers also use spoons on the ice.
Here's your full guide to jigging Lennies with the best ice fishing tips and tricks from our Brand Ambassadors.
According to an article researched by the Canadian Mental Health Association, "It has been proven that being in green spaces (like forests, gardens and parks) can significantly reduce cortisol (stress hormone), and raise endorphin levels and dopamine production (both of which may promote “happiness”)...
We often get asked if we can identify when a "vintage" Len Thompson was made. The best we can do is provide a ballpark by having a look at the packaging.
Taking children out fishing requires a lot of patience but can be extremely rewarding. The look on a child’s face when they catch a fish just can’t be topped. Here are a few tips to help make your next fishing adventure a success.
Ladies with Lennies was a photo and video entry contest promoted in 2019. The goal of the contest was to encourage women to share their passion for angling, no matter their experience level...
The BC Fishing Addicts tackle (pun intended) Northern BC for Bull Trout. Here they share their top lure picks and an incredible video showcasing their weekend.