By Joe Cermele
If you live in an area where your water is hard in the winter, I'm betting you can relate to what I call "tweener" fishing. For me March is that "tweener" month when things are starting to happen, but no fishery is really going off the hook just yet. It's not trout season, rumor of one or two stripers circulate on the Internet, and though the lakes may be thawed, the water is still frigid, keeping bass and crappie in their cold-season patterns. But if there is one fish I can always count on this time of year, it's chain pickerel.