Hi, my name is John Hoyer and I have been passionate about fishing since I could hold a fishing pole. Whether it’s trolling for walleyes on the great lakes, burning bucktails on Vermilion for muskies, skipping a senko under a dock for largemouth, deep cranking for smallmouth on Mille Lacs, going to the end of the ice belt in search of a 2 lb bluegill, or drilling hundreds of holes a day on Devils Lake in search of perch, I have always been excited about the challenge that is patterning fish.
I’m a contender in the Cabela’s NWT, a part-time multi-species Guide from Lake Vermilion to Mille Lacs Lake to the Minneapolis Metro Area waters and I’m always anticipating the next big bite, whether it be on soft water or on top of ice. Fishing is my passion and I love competing, as well as educating and helping other anglers catch the fish of their dreams.
My adventures on the water are usually well documented and I love sharing these epic fishing experiences with others.
By the Time you’re reading this article it has already started happening. The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting longer and the Muskies are enjoying the cooling water in the shallows.
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