It's that time of year when trolling for suspended fish and fish relating to submerged structure requires some trolling skills. Crankbaits are a great choice, but sometimes Walleyes want a little thump and a little meat to entice them to bite. Trolling spinners is a great way to catch big Walleyes on all types of water and a tournament winning tool to have at your disposal.
Early spring and the fish are starting to feed. The only problem is the weather doesn't always cooperate and sometimes those fish can be slow to bite. Slowing down your presentation and putting some meat in front of them can be the difference between a three fish day and a thirty fish day. In this episode we discuss live bait rigging!
It's open water season and time to break out the trolling rods and planer boards. Whether it's spinners or cranks, spring is the start of open water trolling and one of the most productive ways to put fish in your boat.
Shallow! That's for Bass guys. Heavy brush! Hope those Bass guys don't get snagged up on all that junk in the water. Sound familiar? If you have said this or you think this, you are probably not alone and you are MISSING OUT! Bass habitat and Bass baits catch Walleyes! Lots of Walleyes. Countless times I have talked to a Bass person at the boat ramp and I am always amazed when I hear...we had a pretty good day but couldn't keep the damn Walleye off! Wow, did they just say that? Swim baits and Jerk baits which are commonly associated with Bass fishing are a great option for Walleye and are often over looked. Bass fishing for Walleye...This podcast will change how you look at your favorite body of water.
If you don't know what this is...stand by! If you do know what this is...listen close! The term "Deadstick" is kind of like Madonna or Parsons, only one name needed to know what I am talking about. The ultimate force multiplier and a great way to try out different theories. The Deadstick is in a class all its own. This weeks podcast we help open you up to more ways to catch more fish. DEADSTICK.
The ice is off and it's TIME! The first trip out and you have to ask... where do I go? What do I use? In this podcast we discuss what we focus on for those early spring days and nights on the water. Spots, tips and tactics in this weeks podcast.
Time to have some fun! With the season approaching we think it's time we remember not only are we good at catching fish but we as fisherman are great at goofing off! Fishing and tournament pranks are as old as when Adam told Eve she had a bite and he was pulling on her line. Everything from bananas, big fish long arms and loosened kill switches to rotten bait hidden in some hard to find corner of your partners boat. In this weeks podcast we laugh and prove how much we like to joke, but we also share how we do some dumb things.
Have you every been told something like...Walleye don't bite after they spawn? Or, Walleyes feed all night and aren't hungry during the day? In this episode we go over some crazy myths or beliefs about many different species of fish and we give our two cents on some crazy fishing myths. Plenty of laughs in this episode.
It is almost time to hit the open water and now is the time to take a close look at your equipment. When it's opening day you don't want to be sidelined with something you could of fixed while you waited for the snow to melt. We give you a few ideas of what to look for and issues we have had with our equipment.
Size is a part of the daily puzzle when it comes to being consistent. The time of year, water temperature, visibility and many other factors come into consideration when you are deciding if today those fish want a 3' bait or a 5' bait. On the ice or open water, the size of your bait and the profile can be the biggest factor to consistently catching fish.