Tag: Walleye

How To Fish For Walleye Like A Pro

How To Fish For Walleye Like A Pro

Knowing how to fish for walleye is something that most midwestern anglers are familiar with. Chances are if you have ever gone walleye fishing, you know the value of the elusive walleye. It seems to be every North…

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State Record Walleye Caught On JUGLINE In Missouri. Yes, Walleye Jugging

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You read that right. A new Missouri record jugging catch! But, a walleye? Jason Reynolds of Warsaw, Missouri caught a walleye on a jug line on Truman Lake in Benton County while (obviously) catfishing. The new record eclipsed…

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How To Fish Flutter Spoons For Walleye Bites In Open Water

How To Fish Flutter Spoons For Walleye Bites In Open Water

Using flutter spoons for walleye is a very popular technique during the ice fishing season, but also very effective in open water. Spoons offer an irresistibly erratic action while helping anglers cover water. These two inherent qualities makes…

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How To Fish Flutter Spoons For Walleye Bites In Open Water

How To Fish Flutter Spoons For Walleye Bites In Open Water

Using flutter spoons for walleye is a very popular technique during the ice fishing season, but also very effective in open water. Spoons offer an irresistibly erratic action while helping anglers cover water. These two inherent qualities makes…

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Monstrous Walleye Breaks Longstanding North Dakota Walleye Record

Monstrous Walleye Breaks Longstanding North Dakota Walleye Record

Controversy around the previous North Dakota Walleye record is no more! The record was broken by a behemoth 15 lb 13 oz Walter, besting the previous record by a slight 1 oz. The controversy surrounding the previous record…

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Vertical Jigging For Walleye: A Precision Tactic

Vertical Jigging For Walleye: A Precision Tactic

When you can locate fish either suspended or off the bottom, one of the most fun ways to entice a strike is vertical jigging for walleye. The tactic pulls fish congregated on rock piles, near structure, or suspended…

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