Headed to a Back Woods Lake With The Golden Hawk Canoe
Taking The Kayak Out on The Water
Little Bear at The Bird Feeder
Golden Hawk Canoe Ready for Fishing
Wisconsin Large Mouth Bass
Brandon Palaniuk With a Nice Small Mouth
Nice Lake Superior Small Mouth
First Time Out in a Canoe
Ready For Take Off
Northern Wisconsin Black Bear
Nice Lake Of The Woods Small Mouth
Fall Canoe Trip
Small Inland Lake Canoe Trip
Musky Fishing From a Canoe
Canoeing Northern Wisconsin Backwaters
Top 5 at The MO-YAK Missouri Championship
Fall Musky Fishing in The Canoe
Bluegills From The Dock
Braggin' Board Photo: Bass Fishing
Nice Fish Athen, this bass was Athens biggest bass to date. He caught it on a spinner bait in seven feet of water on a lake in Northern Wisconsin.
Braggin' Board Photo: Headed to a Back Woods Lake With The Golden Hawk Canoe
Down the trail to a back woods lake with our Golden Hawk Canoe. The new canoe, kayak cart made it a breeze getting all of our gear to the lake and Wild River Speaker bag on the back of the canoe made it much more enjoyable fishing in the extreme heat.
Braggin' Board Photo: Taking The Kayak Out on The Water
Braggin' Board Photo: Top 5 at The MO-YAK Missouri Championship
Top five anglers from the 2016 Mo-Yak Fishing Series - Classic Championship held on Table Rock Lake in Missouri.
1st- Jim Harding, 2nd- Adam Isaacs, 3rd- Jeremy Miller, 4th- Jerrad Saffle, 5th- Brian Hillman
Braggin' Board Photo: Fall Musky Fishing in The Canoe
Pros4- 1Source's Keith Worrall taking advantage of a rare warm fall day in Northern Wisconsin chasing muskies in the canoe!
Braggin' Board Photo: Bluegills From The Dock
Kaden from Wisconsin proudly holding up one of the many panfish he caught that morning while fishing the docks. Taget shaded areas when fishing docks in the summer time for panfish and game fish.
Braggin' Board Photo: Giant Gills
Pros4- 1Source's Keith Worrall with two giant hybrid gills caught on a 1/16 ounce jig tipped with a Berkley Gulp Alive one inch minnow under a bobber off the edge of a rock bar. Both fish were released.