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    Garrett Haglin | MN

    Favorite Bodies of Water:

    Mille Lacs Lake, Red Lake, Leech Lake, Cass Lake, Lake of the Woods, Whitefish Chain, and Gull Lake Chain

    Target Species:

    Largemouth, Smallmouth, Walleye, Pike, Bluegill, Crappie, Muskie, Lake Trout, and Jumbo Perch

    Favorite Bodies of Water:

    Finding active always seems easier than finicky fish. Find a good school and conquer, if they don't bite, don't wait too long - try your luck somewhere else and come back later.

    Favorite striker products?

    I love everything! There are too many reasons to have a floating suit…I'm not as much of a gambler and risk taker as I was when I was younger and didn't have a family. Where I live in Erie, our ice is sketchy more often than not. It's an amazing feeling to know you're protected should something go wrong. I also love the balaclava - it is great for ice fishing obviously, but for me, this product is seasonal, I use it all year long. It's a must have item for those long, cold 70 mph boat rides.

    Expert Tip:

    Ice Bait Modification: While competing in bass tournaments over the years and facing some super tough, highly pressured lakes across the country, I've come to appreciate the fine details in my baits. I carry permanent markers in every shade and color and also carry several different types of scents. I've recently begun to add these things to my bag of ice fishing tricks and I can't tell you how much it has helped me time and time again. Slight subtle splashes of color and/or scent can make a huge difference for those hard to trigger fish on your MarCum!

    First Fishing Memory:

    My Dad started taking me fishing when I was a baby, so I've been in boats all my life. We took family vacations every year. We went to Florida saltwater fishing every winter and to Canada multi-species fishing every summer. I was hooked at an early age, but my first tournament competition at the age of 17 is what made me begin thinking about a possible career path.

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