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Trolling For Walleye

Trolling For Walleye: 6 Useful Tips: Trolling is a key technique for finding the fish. In fact, It’s always recommended that walleye fishermen start off trolling, especially if they are fishing unfamiliar areas. Here are (6) tips for getting the most success on each trolling run: Rod Holders – It is important to have your boat fitted out with dependable rod holders. Do not go with the cheap types that basically use Velcro to hold them in place. These can lead to a loss of rod and […]

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New Lake of the Woods Fishing Regulations

Fishing regulation changes effective in March 1, 2019 on Lake of the Woods Minnesota and Rainy River  Anglers will be able to keep fewer walleye and sauger beginning Friday, March 1, 2019 on Lake of the Woods and the Rainy River, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. “The new regulations will help ensure the long-term sustainability of the resource while maintaining fishing opportunities,” said Phil Talmage, DNR Baudette area fisheries supervisor. “We received a ton of public comment from anglers all over the state and […]

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Eye For An Eye Walleye

It’s no secret that jigs work on Walleyes. But read on for a system that is simply deadly on Spring Walleyes no matter where you fish! “There are two types of fisherman-those who fish for sport and those who fish for food.” Most walleye fisherman do both! That includes me! There are probably more articles written about walleye fishing than there are walleyes!!  This article will be nothing new to most walleye fisherman, but for some it might help a little….. Walleye, walleyed pike, eye, marble eye, […]

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Walleye

Walleye Common Names: dore, pickerel, pike-perch, wall-eyed pickerel, wall-eyed pike, yellow pickerel. Without doubt one of the most sought after fish in America. Most fishing gurus agree they are the best eating freshwater fish available, because of their light texture and great flavor of their meat. Even though this fish has been called a pickerel, the proper name is walleye. The term refers to the fish’s glassy eyes., which are uniquely adapted for night vision. their large eyes help them find prey after dark and in the gloom […]

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Kicked In The Ice Hole

If it is your first time ice fishing, there are a few things you should know. First of all, do not go out and buy anything quite yet! A spinning rod and reel will  do fine for starters.  I have known some that thought they would like to try ICE FISHING, only to find that they just could not adapt to the conditions on the ice. However, as is the case with most fisherman, they feel compelled  to go out & buy everything in sight that they have […]

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