Wednesday March 8th, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
of Sportsman’s Journal TV
Presents “Let’s talk late ice panfish!”
When gamefish seasons close, but the lakes are still iced up and cabin fever has set in, anglers set their sites on trophy panfish. Late ice usually means warmer temps where anglers can comfortably fish outside or in a temporary shack easily, and fish are typically more aggressive.
There are a few key factors that will cause fish to transition: spawning, water temps and oxygen levels. Late ice means water temp is still close to 32, so oxygen levels and spawning will play greater roles in where the fish are. We’ll talk more specifics about those factors, how to locate your favorite species and what type of baits will work best.
Sara Trampe Bio:
Sara Trampe, along with her husband Tyler, host and produce the syndicated television series Sportsman’s Journal. Sportsman’s Journal is a fishing program that focuses on fresh water species throughout the Midwest and NW Ontario. The husband-and-wife duo provide insight, entertainment, and education on fishing techniques and trends for anglers at every skill level.
Sara is an accomplished multi-species angler, with a passion for musky and walleye fishing. She has given seminars, is a published author, and has been showcased on multiple Sportsman’s Journal episodes.
Sara resides in SE WI and NW Ontario with her husband, Tyler and daughter, Reagan.
firstname.lastname@example.org is inviting WAM Members to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Sarah Trampe
Time: Mar 8, 2023 06:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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