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Happy TippeTuesday! Today we wanted to talk about persistence on the water. Any good fisherman knows that they're not going to catch the lunker on their first cast. When you head out on the water have a realistic expectation of these species. In many cases the big ones have been caught multiple times and will be wary of the lures you throw at them. Take the time and effort to throw lures all day and you won't be disappointed. While you weed through the small ones you'll learn what is initiating the bite and can adapt your action to match their aggression. Always take both time and #onelastcast! Good luck out there! #tippetuesday

Have you ever tried capturing that perfect screensaver moment and this happens!? We have had it happen to us more times than we would like, and for that reason this week's #tippetuesday is about fish/angler safety. Next time you are hooked up, slow down and enjoy the fight. Tiring the fish out slowly is safer for the fish during & after the fight, as well as for the angler that will be holding it for that trophy shot! #tippecanoefishing

The bottom dwellers of the Red River continue to thrive even in these warm sunny conditions. Who can name the species this little guy belongs to? #tippetuesday

Happy Tippe Tuesday! Here's our Tippe: When you really want to get on the water but only have an hour or so try your local streams. Often when we are short on time but feel the need to get a line in the water we'll walk down the street. In this case we walked down to the Minnehaha Creek and hooked up with some small but beautiful pan fish. This is a great way to enjoy your passion without dedicating a full day to it. It's also a great way to practice your casting and retrieval. Fishing these small and under pressured fish is a great way to practice for the big ones later on. The more you fine tune your skills the more likely you are to be able to convince the big one to commit when you have the opportunity to present your lure to it. #tippetuesday #fishingintheneighborhood

Happy Tippe Tuesday! This week we wanted to feature Coleman and his beautiful smallmouth bass he caught up north. Today's Tippe: expect the unexpected! Coleman has been fishing from the same dock for nearly 18 years. He catches tons of stunted panfish and the occasional half pound smallmouth. Last week he went out and threw his favorite yellow popper to see what he could hook into. He makes it very clear he wasn't expecting the fish that he caught. Although this strike was unexpected, Coleman focused on the catch and made the correct moves to land the fish (with a little help from the net guy of course). This is a great reminder to always be ready for your next PR fish! Good luck out there! #tippetuesday #tippecanoe #tippecanoefishing #tippecanoefishingteam #tippecanoefishingtips

Happy Tippetuesday! Our Tippe for this week is about being prepared when hitting the water. While fishing one of our honey holes, we hooked into a few Pike that bit off the 2 lures that the Bass were keying in on that day. Make sure you always have multiple of the same lures, especially when fishing bodies of water that have Pike. #tippecanoefishing #tippetuesday #hookedandtagged

Happy Tippe Tuesday! The other day we decided to venture out and fish a new body of water without any previous research of the lake. After casting a variety of search baits, we learned that we were casting into a submerged bed of vegetation and needed to switch our approach if we were going to catch anything. We would highly recommend throwing medium sized poppers in this situation as they allow for long casts with variable retrieval speeds that allow anglers to cover more ground and locate fish faster. #tippetuesday #tippecanoefishing

We wanted to post a second #tippetuesday today, & focus on line selection when fishing stickbaits. As we all know there is a lot of controversy between using Mono, Fluoro, Braided & even a combination of Braided to Flouro or Braid to Mono. When it comes time to deciding which line selection we are going to go with, we always consider the clarity/turbidity of the water we are fishing. In lakes that have lower clarity levels we feel confident using straight braided. However, when fishing lakes that are very clear we will still use braided line, but we add a 3' or so leader of Fluorocarbon which seems to increase our number of strikes. Braided line is quickly becoming our Go-To line lately, as it give us more feel on those lighter bites along with no stretch when setting hook on those fish deep within the weeds/grass. What's your favorite line to run when fishing stickbaits? #tippecanoefishing

When we hear someone talking about Walleye fishing, generally we assume they are trolling lures/baits on the bottom of the water column. Next time you're targeting Walleye, pay attention to your graph & see if there are fish suspended slightly higher than the rest of the school. Typically those fish are going to be the the most active and ready to feed. Vary the depths you are trolling/jigging at and see if you can get more hook ups! #tippetuesday #tippecanoefishing

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Happy Tippe Tuesday everyone! Today's Tippe: adapt to changing seasons! Here in the midwest we have very defined seasons. As our summer draws nearer to a close we are in preparation for our fall season. Although we continue to see days in the 80's, our nights are becoming much cooler. The cool nights and changing water temperatures encourage fish to stay a bit deeper and change feeding habits. The bite times also become slightly more defined. This past weekend we found success using deeper crank baits and fishing drops to find the deeper and bigger fish. What's your favorite part of the fall angling season??

It's a little late in the day but happy #tippetuesday everyone! This week's Tippe focuses on the grind and hustle that is necessary for catching fish on new bodies of water. There is a lot of work that goes into studying the lake, finding the structure and matching the bite. However, the reward is more than worth it once you are able to put together a successful pattern that produces fish #tippecanoefishing #putinthework #hustle

When we hear someone talking about Walleye fishing, generally we assume they are trolling lures/baits on the bottom of the water column. Next time you're targeting Walleye, pay attention to your graph & see if there are fish suspended slightly higher than the rest of the school. Typically those fish are going to be the the most active and ready to feed. Vary the depths you are trolling/jigging at and see if you can get more hook ups! #tippetuesday #tippecanoefishing

Have you ever tried capturing that perfect screensaver moment and this happens!? We have had it happen to us more times than we would like, and for that reason this week's #tippetuesday is about fish/angler safety. Next time you are hooked up, slow down and enjoy the fight. Tiring the fish out slowly is safer for the fish during & after the fight, as well as for the angler that will be holding it for that trophy shot! #tippecanoefishing

Happy Tippe Tuesday! This week we wanted to feature Coleman and his beautiful smallmouth bass he caught up north. Today's Tippe: expect the unexpected! Coleman has been fishing from the same dock for nearly 18 years. He catches tons of stunted panfish and the occasional half pound smallmouth. Last week he went out and threw his favorite yellow popper to see what he could hook into. He makes it very clear he wasn't expecting the fish that he caught. Although this strike was unexpected, Coleman focused on the catch and made the correct moves to land the fish (with a little help from the net guy of course). This is a great reminder to always be ready for your next PR fish! Good luck out there! #tippetuesday #tippecanoe #tippecanoefishing #tippecanoefishingteam #tippecanoefishingtips

Happy Tippetuesday! Our Tippe for this week is about being prepared when hitting the water. While fishing one of our honey holes, we hooked into a few Pike that bit off the 2 lures that the Bass were keying in on that day. Make sure you always have multiple of the same lures, especially when fishing bodies of water that have Pike. #tippecanoefishing #tippetuesday #hookedandtagged

We wanted to post a second #tippetuesday today, & focus on line selection when fishing stickbaits. As we all know there is a lot of controversy between using Mono, Fluoro, Braided & even a combination of Braided to Flouro or Braid to Mono. When it comes time to deciding which line selection we are going to go with, we always consider the clarity/turbidity of the water we are fishing. In lakes that have lower clarity levels we feel confident using straight braided. However, when fishing lakes that are very clear we will still use braided line, but we add a 3' or so leader of Fluorocarbon which seems to increase our number of strikes. Braided line is quickly becoming our Go-To line lately, as it give us more feel on those lighter bites along with no stretch when setting hook on those fish deep within the weeds/grass. What's your favorite line to run when fishing stickbaits? #tippecanoefishing

The bottom dwellers of the Red River continue to thrive even in these warm sunny conditions. Who can name the species this little guy belongs to? #tippetuesday

Happy TippeTuesday! Today we wanted to talk about persistence on the water. Any good fisherman knows that they're not going to catch the lunker on their first cast. When you head out on the water have a realistic expectation of these species. In many cases the big ones have been caught multiple times and will be wary of the lures you throw at them. Take the time and effort to throw lures all day and you won't be disappointed. While you weed through the small ones you'll learn what is initiating the bite and can adapt your action to match their aggression. Always take both time and #onelastcast! Good luck out there! #tippetuesday

Happy Tippe Tuesday! The other day we decided to venture out and fish a new body of water without any previous research of the lake. After casting a variety of search baits, we learned that we were casting into a submerged bed of vegetation and needed to switch our approach if we were going to catch anything. We would highly recommend throwing medium sized poppers in this situation as they allow for long casts with variable retrieval speeds that allow anglers to cover more ground and locate fish faster. #tippetuesday #tippecanoefishing

For today's Tippe Tuesday we are going to be focusing on eye protection. We can not stress the importance of utilizing a quality pair of polarized sunglasses. From the crystal clear trout streams in Wisconsin to the murkiest of waters in North Dakota, polarized lenses help you see what is going on below the surface. Also, as summer rolls around & the sun's rays intensify, having a solid pair of sunglasses to protect your eyes is a must. Lastly, whether you're cruising on the water and run into a hatch of bugs, heavy downpours or the unfortunate event of a lure or rod getting you in the eye, it can all be prevented by having proper eye wear. This fishing season make sure you have a pair with you to ensure your safety, and many successful days out on the water! #tippetuesday #tippecanoefishing

Happy Tippetuesday! Today's Tippe: keep casting! When you start catching a decent amount of these smaller bass know that mom is not far off. Find that one overhang, deep pocket, grass, or anything providing them cover and shade. Throw your best cast to the best cover and wait for that powerful swirl. #tippetuesday #tippecanoefishing #tippecanoefishingteam

Happy Tippe Tuesday! Today's Tippe is to pay attention to your surroundings. Yesterday it felt like I fished every weather condition spring has to offer. The skies would shade over and I'd switch to the darker nymph. Ten minutes later the skies would clear up and the wind would die and they would start surfacing. All in all I probably tied 10-15 different flies throughout the day. Understand that the bite can change at the drop of a hat and think about what that change means to the fish. If you can hone in on these changes and be ready for them you will be far more effective. Don't beat a dead horse by throwing the same fly all day. This same rule can be applied to all anglers. Although trout are much more sensitive to these things than bass, they all act on instinct. Adapt and be open to the changes. Have a great rest of your week! #tightlines #tippetuesday #tippecanoefishing #tippecanoefishingteam

The cold front that is affecting many anglers across the upper Midwest is making for some tougher bites. Lower profile - slow moving baits seem to be doing the trick for us, and of course live bait as well. Stay tuned for next weeks Tippe Tuesday! #TippeTuesday #tippecanoefishing

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