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Simplicity is the key to outdoor success By Larry Myhre

Reprinted from the Sioux City Journal

One of the things I’ve learned over the years is that whether you are fishing, hunting, photographing wildlife, camping or otherwise enjoying the outdoors, you should keep it simple.

We’re pretty lucky today. The marketplace provides just about everything and anything anyone could want and then some. The problem is, just how much do we need to be successful whether fishing or hunting or just enjoying the outdoors?

The answer lies, in my opinion, in the KISS principle. Keep it Simple Stupid.

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It’s time to revive old ice fishing methods By Larry Myhre

Reprinted from the Sioux City Journal.

It’s a well-known fact that fish can become conditioned to certain popular lures on hard-fished lakes and ponds. If everyone is using the latest, hottest lure, it soon becomes not so hot.

That’s why it is a good idea to try lots of different styles of baits and colors, especially when ice fishing.

Since I’ve been tying my own flies and jigs for more than 40 years, it’s not surprising that years ago I began tying flies for ice fishing.

I got the idea from reading George Leonard Herter’s book entitled “Professional Fly Tying, Spinning and Tackle Making Manual and Manufacturers’ Guide.” [Read more…]