January 2007

Episode 1
2006 The Year in Review
Show Date: December 30th 7 31st, 2006

Episode 2
Winnebago System Walleyes on Ice
Show Date: January 6th &7th, 2007
Location: Winnebago System, Oshkosh, WI
Guide: Pro Ice Guide Larry Smith [920-361-4996 | walleyeguide.com]

John joins Pro Ice Guide Larry Smith once again on the ice. This week grants them great weather and a bounty of walleyes, with a few others thrown in the mix. It is hard to find some decent ice so far in this mild winter. We always encourage our fellow fisherman to consult professional guides before venturing out. Enjoy the show.

Episode 3
Sunny Vilas County
Show Date: January 13th and 14th, 2007
Location: St. Germain, Vilas County, WI
Guide: Pro Guide Rob Manthei [715-477-2042 | robmanthei.com]

The ice fishing really heats up this week as John joins pro ice guide Rob Manthei, in St. Germain, WI in Vilas County. It's sunny and barely freezing, as the fish start to attack the tip-ups. These ideal conditions bring in Walleye and Pike, Bluegills also make an appearance. Enjoy the show.

Episode 4
North Dakota Jumbo Perch
Show Date: January 20th and 21st, 2007
Location: Devils Lake, North Dakota
Guide: Pro Ice Guide: [Jason Feldner - 701-351-1294 | percheyes.com]

John joins pro ice guide Jason Feldner of Perch Eyes Guide Service ( percheyes.com ), on the massive Devils Lake in northern North Dakota. The morning brings so many tipups that our crew is so busy it's nearly chaos. Massive perch, and huge quantities of pike and walleyes, it's unreal. Enjoy the show.

Episode 5
Monster Milwaukee Browns
Show Date: January 27th and 28th, 2007
Location: The Milwaukee Harbor, Downtown Milwaukee, WI
Guide: Charter Captain Eric Haataja [414-546-4627 |wibigfish.com]

Since some of the best brown trout fishing is pretty much in Johns backyard, why leave home. John joins charter captain Eric Haataja in the Milwaukee harbor for and exciting, albeit cold, fishing day. Fishing doesn't even seem like a challenge while they seem to pull a brown in on every cast, if only they could keep their equipment from freezing. Enjoy the show.

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