This week on the Team Rhino Outdoors Podcast we are talking about the new Underboss and 4" Minnows from Boss Shad. Both of these are great early season options but the Underboss is proven to catch big fish all year round. Find them both at www.teamrhinooutdoors.com. Listen to the Podcast HERE.
This new crank from Slammer Tackle is going to be a staple in the boats of many anglers once the fall fishing period starts. Of course there will be some anglers looking to run this in open water sooner it will primarily find its use as a fall trolling option. You can check out the video below to learn more about it or click the link and listen to the podcast we did with Bill from Slammer Tackle. As always you can find the largest color selection around by clicking HERE.
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In the past few months we added the new IC10 from Musky Frenzy and we also upgraded our color lineup in the popular IC9 and 8/9 Stagger Blades as well. A couple of the things that make these blades different than many other bucktails would be the 1 piece clevis. This clevis will get these blades spinning as soon as they hit the water. The other thing you'll notice is the Indiana/Colorado combo on the blades. This will produce a different thump but it will also make these blades pull easier through the water since the different blades won't flare out quite as far as your traditional double Colorado blades. Check out the video below from Doug Wegner Fishing on some recent success he's had with these blades. If you want an incredible lineup of colors including some exclusive stuff visit www.teamrhinnooutdoors.com.
This week we have 2 guests as we talk to Mike Mordas of Muskie Train and Jeff Hanson with Madison Musky Guide Service about the new Mag Diesel from Muskie Train. Mike provides the details about the this new musky bait. We then bring Jeff on to talk about diving depths and when he likes to use this bait. If you need a Mag Diesel or any new musky gear visit Team Rhino Outdoors (www.teamrhinooutdoors.com)
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Check out a new episode of the Back Lash Podcast by clicking --> HERE. This week we talk to veteran and musky angler Chris Piha. Chris is also part owner of Llungen Lures. We dive into a variety of topics including the homework Chris is doing to find new musky water when he makes a move in early 2021.
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We are always trying to expand our lineup and give musky anglers what they need and want to help put more and bigger fish in the net. We recently add a few new products and colors from Drifter Tackle to the website. Now available in exclusive Team Rhino Outdoors custom colors are the 10" Straight Believers, 10" Hell Hounds, 12" Super Believers, and 9" Super Believers. We also added new colors in the 20" Squirrely Jake and 12" Super Stalker. Those are all great products to help you have more success musky fishing this fall. Good Luck on the water.
We asked Kevin Pischke with Lay in a Line Guide Service (1) What is something you do off the water to help catch more fish? and (2) When your on the water and not contacting muskies what is 1 change you'll make. Below you'll the answers to these questions.
If you’re not contacting fish on the water what’s the one adjustment you make?
Where are the fish in relationship to the area / structure you are fishing? If it’s a spot that regularly holds and produces fish I’ll change my boat position before I do anything else. Has something like wind, current, sun, clouds, bait location or boat traffic caused them to change their position? Do I need to work the deepest edge off of a weed bed because high blue skis have pushed them deep? Do I need to cast parallel to a weed edge or rock bar because a wind driven current has them positioned in a different direction nosed into the current? Do I need to get up tight in the weeds or on a bar because heavy boat pressure has pushed fish into the areas? Maybe it’s as simple as the fish have seen baits being retrieved in the same manner all day and by working it deep to shallow versus shallow to deep is the simple change that will initiate a strike.
What is something you do off the water to help you succeed
Maintain and organize fishing records.
I keep detailed records of my fishing and on my off time I will compile that data to track day to day fishing and also trends and results drawn out over a season. This can also be taken a step further to compare trends over several seasons. This helps you fine tune your fishing efforts to specific weather, season, and regional patterns. A good example would be tracking a change in fish behavior for a season with slow warming water temperatures that inhibited weed growth on a body of water that fish are heavily weed related because of a lack of other types of structure. A simpler day to day example of records would be how a certain direction wind affects the fish on a specific body of water.