Al Lindner and Jeremy Smith target big summer bass in the slop, sharing their winning program for flipping jigs, Texas rigs, and frogs for more and bigger bass.
James and Troy Lindner portage into a remote Northwest Ontario lake, discovering adventure, walleyes and smallmouth bass at every turn.
Al and James Lindner target channel catfish in high-water river conditions with the latest in electronics and old-school cut-bait presentations.
Al Lindner and lure designer Mark Fisher unleash a new bait that has quickly earned MVP status with bass and walleye anglers across the country.
James and Daniel Lindner share secrets for summer whitefish, including how to find them with today's electronics, top presentations, and table preparation.
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.
James and Troy Lindner probe weed lines using 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 and James Lindner share their program for catching more walleye, including how to locate bottom transition areas loaded with forage, and proven jigging rap techniques.
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.
High-tech electronics and drop-shot rigs put Dan Lindner, Jeremy Smith, and panfish expert Casey Ehlert on trophy-class bluegills.
James and Troy Lindner cover time-saving techniques to tap more post-spawn walleyes.
James and Nick Lindner seek out top-water action on the country's top trophy smallmouth bass waters, Minnesota's Mille Lacs Lake.
Al Lindner and lure designer Mark Fisher pursue post-turnover bass and walleyes with a new search bait design.
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 stickbaits fool big bucketmouths into biting.
Al and Dan Lindner jig vibrating crankbaits for deep-water walleyes in a fertile natural lake in western Minnesota. They rely upon speed and vibration to trigger reaction bites during the warm water of summer.
Jeremy Smith and Brian Truax tackle Rainy Lake in northwest Ontario in search of giants muskies. Fast-moving bucktails locate massive fish and trigger savage strikes atop mainlake food shelves with weeds or rock cover.
Al Lindner and Mark Fisher toss Shadow Rap 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 bass into striking.
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.
Al and Troy Lindner fish walleyes in the sunlight zone on Ute Reservoir, N.M. Jigging tactics intercept post spawn fish moving from spawning sites near the dam, along shallow main lake flats with rock and gravel cover.
James Lindner and Jeremy Smith fish the outer edges of shallow humps for early prespawn smallmouths that have yet to penetrate the shallows. Lightweight jigheads tipped with paddletails tempt finicky smallmouths into biting.
Jeremy Smith and Ty Sjodin enjoy a spring fling for largemouths, smallmouths and white bass on South Dakota prairie lakes.
James Lindner and Dave Csanda use drop-shot rigs tipped with small softbaits to entice bluegills to bite in deep water. It's a remarkably deadly tactic for large panfish that head deep in summer.
Al and Troy Lindner fish the crystal clear waters of Lake Mohave in Arizona for smallmouth bass. Subtle hair jigs and grubs fool wary bronzebacks into biting.
James and Nick Lindner head north to Ghost River in northwest Ontario, where plentiful walleyes provide dependable action and delicious shore lunches. Jigs, bottom bouncers & spinners, and crankbaits produce big-time results.
Al and Dan Lindner travel to the remote wilderness waters of Marmion Lake in northwest Ontario, where smallmouth bass are big, feisty and plentiful. Surface lures kick up a ruckus for bronzebacks atop shallow reefs.
Jeremy Smith and Kyle Peterson spend a day on the water pitchin' docks for big largemouth bass. On sunny days, you'll have things made in the shade using these deadly effective, underhanded tactics.
Advanced dropshotting for bass, using heavier sinkers, wide gap Spinshot hooks, and larger soft bait profiles. It's the next level of finesse fishing.
During the cold water of early season, weighted shad baits allow slow, subtle, neutrally buoyant presentations for catching sluggish bass.
In early fall, popping big soft plastics across shallow weed flats offers some of the best multispecies fishing of the year.
Al and Ron Lindner recall the evolution of lures, equipment and tactics, driven by their relentless desires to catch more and bigger fish.
Snap Rapping walleyes, using modified winter jigging tactics to trigger savage walleye strikes during the heat of summer.
Summer fishing for small-river smallmouths throughout North America. Matching lure styles to current flow and fish attitude is key.
The past, present and future of musky management, fishing tactics and record-breaking catches. These ARE the good old days of musky fishing.
Patterning early season largemouth bass. It's all about tailoring lures and tactics to fish location and mood during the spawning cycle.
The fishing trip of a lifetime for trophy brook trout and huge pike on pristine Lake Nipigon and the Nipigon River in northwestern Ontario.
Trophy walleye trends, tactics and challenges for fishing one of North America's top multi-species fisheries. If it works here, it'll work for you.
Your tackle box is filled with magic baits! The trick is choosing and using the right ones to suit fish mood and fishing conditions.
Miniature crankbaits thump humongous bluegills on light tackle. Tactical tips for where, when and how.
In early fall, popping big soft plastics across shallow weed flats offers some of the best multispecies fishing of the year.
Locating and fishing high-percentage structures for walleyes.
Quickly locate and catch walleyes on unfamiliar waters.
How invasive species change fishing patterns. Plus catching carp in spring.
Locating and catching largemouths and smallmouths in the same lake.
Fishing for trophy northern pike at Lake of the Woods, Ontario.
Matching lure styles and color patterns to water clarity conditions.
Evaluating the bass potential of new waters during spring.
Crankbait trolling tactics for Lake Superior brown trout and salmon.
Early spring fishing for smallmouth in natural lakes.
Jigging Rap tactics trigger deep-water walleyes.
Spinner rigging secrets for summer catfish.
White bass location, logic, and lures; jigs as baits.
Three-way rigging crankbaits for river walleye; flutter worm techniques for largemouth bass.
Carolina rigging softbaits for largemouth bass; tricks for tempting deep-water crappies.
The challenges of invasive species.
Contour trolling tactics for northern pike.
Must-haves for walleye success.
Surface poppers provoke largemouth strikes.
Strategies for high-water river smallmouths.
High-water smallmouths; walleyes.
Bluegills and smallmouth bass.
Swimbait strategies for magnum largemouth bass; jighead designs for walleyes.
Fishing Carolina rigs and jigworms for bass; ice fishing strategies for shallow-water walleyes.
Swimming jigs; softbaits; three-way rigging flat-sided crankbaits.
Side-imaging electronics to find smallmouth bass; using electronics for Great Lakes trout and salmon.
Matching drop speed to bass mood; jumbo perch and bluegills.
Using hollow belly softbaits to catch smallmouth bass; spinner trolling secrets for walleyes.
Deep-diving crankbaits to catch lunker bass; ice fishing secrets for suspended crappies.
Using lifelike softbaits and invisible fishing lines to catch walleyes; new rattlebaits for bass.
Top waters and jigs for smallmouth bass; jig styles and tactics for walleyes in weeds.
Simple setups for catching giant sturgeon; sensory secrets for catfish.
Drop shot techniques for postspawn smallmouths; tactics and high-tech electronics for monster muskies.
Early spring fishing for smallmouth bass in dirty water; late spring jigging for crappies.
Night fishing for catfish; giant largemouth bass.
Fishing for smallmouths with crankbaits; snap-jigging for walleyes.
Fishing for lunker largemouths in deep water; trolling with crankbaits for walleyes.
Establishing patterns to locate and catch muskies in weedy environments.
Pro jigging bass on weedy flats; roller jigging deep boulder for bigmouths.
Drop-shot secrets to smallmouth success; seasonal walleye moves.
Walleye and smallmouth fishing; muskies today, crappies.
Lowwater largemouth fishing. Muskies today, crappies tomorrow.
Early season bass secrets for cold water; behemoth carp angling and wrangling.
Finesse cranking for bass and walleyes; Spinner strategies for muskies at night.
Softbait systems for bass; ice-out crappies on the flats.
Inline spinners for monster muskies; split-shot strategies for fussy bass.
Jigging deep fall crappies on the move; lunker largemouths during fall turnover.
Hot walleye trends; softbaits and fluorocarbon line; subwalks for smallmouths.
Prespawn crappies in natural lakes; fat crankbaits for river largemouths.
Focusing on the movements of walleyes in natural lakes and smallmouths in rivers.
A look at presentation subtleties for catching giant river walleyes and deep-water smallmouth bass.
The staff reveals strategies for locating deep-rock bass.
Al Lindner and the staff examine strategies and presentation tactics to find and catch suspended musky and smallmouth bass.
The staff takes an analytical look at a critical but often overlooked aspect of successful angling: boat control.
The staff takes a revealing look at successful river fishing strategies; tips on how to fine-tune presentations to catch a variety of fish.
Examining the importance of the "speed factor" in fine-tuning angling presentations.
Al Lindner and the staff explain how the "size factor" impacts the choice of a lure or bait.
A look at the secrets to becoming a better jig fisherman; exploring why "The Jig" is one of the most productive fishing lures ever designed.
An in-depth look at high-tech fishing lines and how they can be used to maximize angling success.
Al Lindner and the staff examine how changing water temperature can affect both fish location and presentation strategies.
A look at secondary considerations like action, color, size, shape sound and scent that improve lure presentation.
A look at the strategy of identifying specific lake sections in order to locate fish.
Exploring the phenomenon of "magic lures" and how they produce in all conditions for all species of fish.
A revealing look at products designed to help anglers locate, catch and stay on fish.
Revealing tips on dialing in the proper lure retrieve, which is critical for fishing success.
A look at the Golden Age of fishing, and how gamefish angling is better today than ever.
The staff explores techniques and tactics to catch bass and walleye from underwater weed beds.
The staff looks at North American carp and cat fishing.
Al and the staff focus on fantastic cold water fishing opportunities that are often overlooked by anglers.
The Edge staff demonstrates the fine art of fishing with floats.
Understanding the movements of fish throughout the season.
Strategies for locating and catching slab crappies and big bluegills.
Al and James Lindner use "magical" minnow baits to catch bass, walleye and trophy muskie.
The finer points of live bait presentation for summertime walleyes and winter pike.
Practical pointers for choosing the proper crankbaits for warm and cool water fishing situations.
Al and James Lindner reveal secrets to catching monster spring bass and scrappy ice age whitefish.
Lure presentation strategies to catch more fish.
Overlooked fishing opportunities for carp and flathead catfish.
Skinny water strategies to catch big bass and monster musky.
Strategies and theory to catch trophy fish.
Techniques which will trigger fish to bite.
Predicting the seasonal movements of freshwater fish.
Teaches anglers how to be more successful in fishing. Anglers also share their faith and how the lessons learned about fishing apply to daily life.
The seasonal patterns of freshwater fish.
Techniques for catching deep-water walleye and muskies.
Tactics in finding fish.
Lure depth, size, speed, color and action.
Fishing for carp and flathead catfish.
Al examines the importance of location and lure presentation when trying to catch larger fish.
Triggering fish to bite.
Catching fish with lure retrieves.
Drop shots and split shots.
Attracting and catching smallmouth and largemouth bass with surface lures.
Fishing with soft plastic tube baits.
Al and James Lindner use crankbait strategies for largemouth bass.
Catching big bass and muskies in shallow waters.