Sucker grabbing is pretty simple.
"There isn't much to it besides just grabbing a sucker," said Tyler Olson.
But there is more to it than just grabbing, at least for some.
"If you can just creep up behind them, you can just grab it pretty easy, but I've seen Tyler trying to grab it with the two hands but that isn't really working out for you is it Tyler?" said Brandon Alsteen.
The Rhinelander guys go out at night because the suckers are easier to see with flash lights. That light sometimes scares the fish, which is just one factor that adds to the challenge.
"They are very strong animals actually for being little fish, to be honest with you. They squirm out of your hands a little too fast for you grab, you have to be stealthy and fast with them," said Olson.
The catch is why the guys go out.
"I kind of get the thrill out of the whole deal here. It's just nice going out with a couple friends," said Olson.
Those couple friends take the challenge and turn it up a notch between the group.
"It's kind of a competition thing between friends at school. There's a good amount of kids that actually do it. You see who can catch the most suckers I guess and whoever ends up with the most is kind of the big winner," said Olson.