Trolling Systems That Work

Nick De Shano has his father Bruce’s love of fishing and trolling is his favorite tactic. And why not? It works to find fish fast on big water such as Saginaw Bay and Lake Erie, where the pair have spent hours in search of walleyes. And Bruce has spent a lifetime helping make trolling easier and more productive for everyone.

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Sometimes The Best Lure Action Is No Action

Ask yourself: would the average fish rather chase a racing, zig-zagging minnow or eat one that’s just hanging around? Most of the time, they’ll take the easy meal. So next time you’re fishing, serve up a simple snack by doing nothing.

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Maintenance Tips, Tricks For Trailers

Whether it is to pull a boat or transport an ATV, the majority of outdoor folk rely heavily on trailers to get their equipment from point A to point B. Most of us know the importance of hitch strength and ball size, but what about the tricks of the trade that can only be gained through years of pulling on the road? This guide showcases some of those tips.

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Big Water … Big Walleyes

Ted Takasaki

(Editor’s note: Ted Takasaki placed second in the FLW Walleye Tournament on Green Bay July 12-15, 2006. This is his view of the tournament.) Subtleties make all the difference when it comes to catching walleyes on the Great Lakes, or … Continued

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Cold-Water Walleye Fishing Locations For Spring 2013

No doubt about it, we here in the Midwest are in for a different sort of
early open-water fishing in 2013 due to the cold temperatures and snowfall here
in late April. Whenever conditions are so out-of-sync, I review basic fish
biology. In this case, that means walleye biology, specifically as it relates
to the spawn.

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