Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Walleye Fishing - Best Lures

The best bait for walleyes just might be a leech on a jig, but what’s the challenge in that? We rounded up the best crankbaits, spinnerbaits, walleye jigs, and jerk baits for fishing on any water in any condition. From tried and true to new and hot, we’ve got the skinny on the only walleye lures you’ll ever need. These are our top 15 picks. BY DAVID A. BROWN 1. Cordell Wally Diver - One of the sport's legendary lures, the Wally Diver produces big results when cast or trolled. Built with a slender profile designed for a tight wiggle, this bait reaches depths of 20 feet when trolled and teases fish with a vulnerable presentation by sitting motionless when paused. Learn More 2. Lindy Fuzz-E Grub Jig - A soft-plastic, grub-style body offers a slippery, life-like appearance, while the tantalizing marabou tail enhances the display. This, along with a two-color painted eye on the jig head prompts aggressive strikes and entices the fish to eat the whole bait, then hold on longer for greater hook sets. Fish it plain, or tip it with a minnow, crawler or leech. Learn More 3. Terminator T1 Spinnerbait - Impress the ’eyes with a spinnerbait sporting unbreakable titanium construction, premium ball bearing swivel and a premium VMC® hook. Painted, gold or nickel plated blades made with bevel edges complement the realistic baitfish head design and QuickSkirt changeable premium silicone skirt. Fish this bait over weeds or troll it through trees for suspended walleye. These are David's top three recommendations for best walleye lures. Read the entire article for more! https://www.outdoorlife.com/blogs/gone-fishin%E2%80%99/2013/03/best-bait-15-greatest-walleye-lures-all-time#page-4

Best Vacation Reads

Swimsuit? Check. Sunglasses? Check. Three books, because you couldn't choose just one? Check. From juicy novels about "rich people problems" to frankly human meditations on everything from life to death, ELLE.com's summer books preview will help you narrow it down. Gotta make room for that nicely chilled bottle of rosé somehow. A favorite vacation activity for some is reading. Here is a new 2018 list of great summer reads. If you wish you had time to read, now is your chance! Here are the 24 books to put on your summer reading list. *'Rich People Problems' by Kevin Kwan *'The Ministry of Utmost Happiness' by Arundhati Roy *'Perennials' by Mandy Berman *'The Answers' by Catherine Lacey *'Do Not Become Alarmed' by Maile Meloy *'We Crossed a Bridge and It Trembled: Voices from Syria' by Wendy Pearlman *'Surpassing Certainty' by Janet Mock Read the entire list here: http://www.elle.com/culture/books/a35543/19-summer-books-for-every-kind-of-warm-weather-reader/

Campfire Cinnamon Rolls-ups

There is nothing better than sitting around the campfire with your family cooking over an open fire. Here is a breakfast treat with simple ingredients that are easy to pack and easy to cook!
These sweets treats are made with just 3 easy to pack ingredients and only take about five minutes to cook over an open flame. These make a fabulous camping breakfast, especially combined with some campfire scrambled eggs and orange juice. Seriously, yum! Doesn’t that sound amazing?! Campfire Cinnamon Roll-ups. This is a must have camping recipe! Ingredients 1 package crescent rolls 1/4 cup sugar 1 tbsp cinnamon Wooden Skewers Instructions Combine cinnamon and sugar in small bowl Separate crescent rolls and wrap them around the skewer Roll it in the cinnamon sugar mixture Cook over campfire for 5 minutes, rotating frequently Optional - Mix 1/4 cup powdered sugar and 2-3 tbsp water together to make a glaze and drizzle over cooked roll-up Get more great recipes at http://www.almostsupermom.com/2015/07/campfire-cinnamon-roll-ups.html