Have you picked up on Mother Nature’s signals yet? This is the time of year when she’s serving up fewer daylight hours and cooling temperatures. Aside from the occasional hot spot that’s bound to happen, those temps are a sure sign that fall is right around the corner. Hall of Fame Professional Angler, Ted Takasaki and Brian Tordsen, who is a Professional Walleye Angler and the owner of Soo Sports in Sioux Falls, also know that this is time of year when the fishing slows down and hunting seasons are just getting started. These two also know that if you pack up the boat and fishing gear too soon, you could be missing out on some of the biggest fish of the season. They stopped by to explain why that is and when and how packing up your boat and fishing gear should take place.

Fall fishing

Soo Sports offers a great selection of fishing boats and pontoons. And their extensive watercraft inventory and lineup of leading brands will surely impress you. You will find Soo Sports at 7700 South Minnesota Avenue and online at soosports.com. Have a boating question? Then just call Soo Sports at 605-339-0947 or toll free at 1-800-888-1615.

don’t forget to catch Ted’s Tips with Ted Takasaki each week on KELOLAND This Morning, Midday in KELOLAND and KELOLAND News at 5. You can also hook Ted’s Tips on Saturday SportsZone and during the outdoors shows airing on KELOXTRA.

Last time Ted was in the studio we talked to him about how he qualified for the top 40 National Walleye Tournament Championship on Lake Erie, Dunkirk, NY on Aug 24th to 26th. Good luck to him in the upcoming tournament! If you want to hear more about that you can watch last month’s segment by clicking here.