Walleye

Pro Angler Marianne Huskey, Ready to take on the World

Unless you are a walleye tournament fishing fanatic, you may not know who Marianne Huskey is. Well, listen up. Marianne is the only woman to ever have won an Angler of the Year (AOY) title in a professional fishing tournament

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North Country Walleyes, ‘Meat’ The Precision Jig

In two-line situations throughout North-Central Ontario – and much of the continental Ice Belt for that matter — not much beats a jig and minnow combination for scraping extra walleye off the spots you jig. Spoons, rattle baits and other

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Better Bite Detection In Deep Water, How-To

One of the best ways to catch crappies during mid-winter is to head for deeper basin areas. Depending on the type of lake, crappies will either suspend in these areas or stay glued to the bottom. The depths we’re talking

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Walleyes: Right Freakin’ NOW!

Grand Rapids, Minnesota-based guide Tom Neustrom encourages anglers to hit up fall walleye spots during early ice – could be deep, shallow or somewhere in between.

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Custom Jigs & Spins Adds New Sizes to Their Spoon Lineup

Predator fish can be picky; enough so that if something looks out of sorts, they’ll turn tail and swim off without second guessing.

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Finding Fish in Transition – How To

Typically, as fall arrives, many of us head for the tree stand or blind, turning our attention to birds and bucks. Yet, what’s happening on the water this time of the year can be equally as awesome as what’s happening in the field.

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Walleyes: Transitioning to Fall

When an artist depicts walleyes in their natural environment, their brush strokes often reveal an image of these sensational fish practically bellied to bottom while feasting on forage many fathoms below. After all, it’s at the lake floor in deep

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Trinity, Ho-ly – Three Lure Styles that Do it All

No matter where you jig or for what, here’s 3 lure styles that do it all What a season for ice and ice fishing! I’m always surprised when fishermen idle down their ice fishing attack by mid-March. Ice is typically

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A New Concept for Spring Walleye

As this long drawn out bitter cold winter has us all longing for open water, each one of us has thoughts about where and when we will be able to get out in our boats for the spring walleye bite. This winter

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Quinte Hard Water Specialists – Guide Review

Specialist (spe-cial-ist) noun: a person who dedicates himself or herself to one subject or to one particular branch of a subject or pursuit.    What happens when you take a close group of full-time fishing guides, add in premium equipment

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Maxima’s New Braid – Product Review

Debuting at ICAST in July, 2013, Maxima’s new braids follow in their monofilament’s time-honoured footsteps.   Switching fishing lines isn’t easy. It’s probably the most important tackle choice we can make, and personal loyalties run pretty deep. Lots can go

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