Tournament fishermen sharing fishing tips and experiences that help you to fish your next level! The nations best fishing podcast for the everyday person from everyday guys.


September 24, 2020

Being Prepared

It has to be said!  We have to talk about being prepared for anything when you are traveling to your next tournament or taking the family out on the boat for fun day.  It's a boat and things go wrong...ALL THE TIME!  It's important you carry spare parts and check your equipment.  In this episode we talk about the bad luck we have had and what we have learned.  We have traveled across the country pulling boats and the one thing I know for sure...If it can go wrong it will go wrong.  


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See what you are missing.  This a a great Next Level episode where we talk to Walleye Professional Angler and former PWT Rookie of the Year, Dan Swanson about Lowrance and Tournament fishing.  Dan is Lowrance Pro Staff along with, St. Croix, Berkley, Ranger Boats and Evinrude.  Dan is extremely knowledgeable about Lowrance products and is a great resource.  If you aren't subscribing to THE NEXT LEVEL you are missing out on in depth information.  For the cost of a dozen night crawlers, you could be a Next Level subscriber.  WELCOME TO THE NEXT LEVEL!   

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If you live in the west or in some areas down south you are watching a hot dry summer make your favorite reservoir disappear.  Water levels in some areas are dropping nightly and the temps continue to be hot.  Fishing is tough.  Bait is exploding with shad and other bait getting bigger and giving the roaming bands of fish plenty to eat.  Where do you find fish in a reservoir system when the spot you fished last week is high and dry when you come back a week later?  What do you do when the water is warm and the bait is plentiful?  Lets talk late summer conditions and how to battle for your next bite.   

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September 2, 2020

Snap Jigging

Competition.  The name of the game in late summer and early fall is competition with all the bait in the lake.  Bait has exploded in most lakes across the country and you are trying to feed a group of fish while they sit at a Golden Coral full of bait.  It's a tough time of year but there are still plenty of opportunities to have great productive days on the water.  Snap jigging a variety of baits is a great way to make your baits stand out and scream "I am dying...come eat me"!  


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