Gary Nault

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E.g., Thursday, October 18, 2018
Gary Nault - Oct 9, 2018, 9:33 pm

Most people struggle with cleaning Northerns, which causes a Northern to get a bad name. Once you see how its done, you will find that the Northern Pike is a good eating fish. Here is a quick lesson on cleaning them. #MercuryProTeam #offshoretackle

Gary Nault - Oct 9, 2018, 9:27 pm

Most people struggle with cleaning Northerns, which causes a Northern to get a bad name. Once you see how its done, you will find that the Northern Pike is a good eating fish. Here is a quick lesson on cleaning them. #stcroixrods

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Gary Nault - Oct 1, 2018, 10:16 pm

I recently taught a class at NWTC in Sturgeon Bay for Learning in Retirement. I usually do two a year. This time I covered fall fishing in Door County, as well as ice fishing, demonstrating my equipment. I covered locations with maps and aerial views. We also discussed how to clean and store your fishing rods and reels. Its always a great time working with and teaching retirees and sharing what I have learned over the past 30 plus years as a fishing guide. A spring session is already set up and they would like a video lesson on how to clean fish. Sounds like fun! #MercuryProTeam #offshoretackle

Gary Nault - Sep 23, 2018, 9:58 pm

Fall bass fishing really brings out the colors of the smallmouth. Thats one of the reasons to fish smallmouth in the fall, as well as the size of the fish. #MercuryProTeam

Gary Nault - Sep 18, 2018, 6:41 pm

Great day on the water. Some awesome catches of Smallmouth Bass along with some great guys fishing with me. Quality Smallies hitting both tube baits and crawlers on slip bobbers. They kept all of my St. Croix Rods bent over steady. Most were 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 pounds, with one 22 1/2 incher, right at 6 pounds. The real interesting part is that the guys fishing with me make the rivets that are used in my Lund Pro V and are Lund boat owners! A great day for sure! #stcroixrods