Sections

Weather Forecast

Close

Al Lindner

July 24, 2015
play button
[VIDEO] AnglingBuzz: Topwater Tactics for River Musky
July 24, 2015 - 11:41am
July 11, 2015
AnglingBuzz.complay button
AnglingBuzz: Largemouth Bass - Key weed types attract the most fish
July 11, 2015 - 1:00pm
July 9, 2015
The easiest way to catch suspended crappies is to cast-and-swim a 1/16- or 1/32-ounce jig at or slightly above their level. Tiny 1½- to 2-inch plastic grubs, tubes or pre-tied marabou or hair jigs excel for slow, tantalizing sink rates and gentle swimming actions. AnglingBuzz.com photo
AnglingBuzz: Countdown to suspended crappies in summer
July 9, 2015 - 2:37pm
AnglingBuzz.complay button
AnglingBuzz: Musky location strategies in summer
July 9, 2015 - 2:22pm
July 5, 2015
play button
AnglingBuzz: Topwater tactics for Smallmouth Bass
July 5, 2015 - 6:59pm
July 3, 2015
The end of June and early July are prime time for mayflies to begin hatching out of moderate-depth mud basins. Large mid-lake expanses of featureless, structureless mud bottoms often become food factories for walleyes, with fish either gravitating out across the basin itself, or lining up along the edges of points and humps that intersect with the mayfly production zone. AngingBuzz.com Photo
AnglingBuzz: The Walleye - Mayfly connection
July 3, 2015 - 10:03am
June 26, 2015
Al Lindner with walleye. AnglingBuzz.complay button
AnglingBuzz Video: Walleye - Live bait rigging for early summer success
June 26, 2015 - 10:30am
June 25, 2015
If you're after really big pike, potentially reaching that elusive 20-pound mark, focus your efforts on large, cool waters with suspended baitfish such as ciscoes or smelt. These lakes historically produce the most truly big pike, hands-down. Lakes like Rainy, Lake of the Woods and Mille Lacs in Minnesota come to mind. So do the Missouri River reservoirs of the Dakotas, as do bays of Lakes Michigan and Superior. AnglingBuzz.com Photo
AnglingBuzz: Supersize! - Use bigger baits to catch bigger pike
June 25, 2015 - 3:16pm
June 18, 2015
Walleyes set up on midlake structures, where classic live bait rigging with leeches produces loads of fish. In natural lakes, focus on the 12- to 18-foot levels for shallower fish, perhaps dropping down as deep as 25 to 28 feet. AnglingBuzz.com/BrainerdDispatch.complay button
AnglingBuzz: Fishing the transition from Spring into Summer
June 18, 2015 - 2:35pm
June 9, 2015
play button
AnglingBuzz: Spawning crappies and bluegills
June 9, 2015 - 2:04pm
May 19, 2015
 Al Lindner’s prediction for the Walleye Opener, based on past experience: If you’re not catching fish, you may be fishing too deep! Try casting jigs and softbait combos or jigs tipped with minnows across shallow flats with cover.play button
AnglingBuzz: The Walleye Opener - Should You Fish Deep, Shallow or In Between?
May 19, 2015 - 4:17pm
July 6, 2014
Supports Mills
July 6, 2014 - 3:41pm
randomness