Award-winning photographer Bill Lindner captured this intimate footage of walleyes immersed in the spawning process. Most of the footage was captured on an Aqua-Vu HD camera.
Believe it or not, in some situations, your outboard might actually be attracting fish to your lure. We’ve seen many times in the past how jerk-trolling behind a running engine outproduces a lure flung out far away from the boat. This can be true for bass, pike, muskies and even walleyes, although to a lesser [Read more…]
The lakes that the DNR tends to see good bluegill growth typically have a couple things going for them: 1. Good Habitat 2. Relatively Low Harvest Below, we are going to break down each of those factors a little more in-depth. Alternatively, you can watch the video above to hear most of the [Read more…]
Photo by Bill Lindner Winter is finally coming to an end and everyone is chomping at the bit to get out on open water. Luckily, there are some amazing river walleye opportunities for those of you who aren’t patient enough to wait for the ice to melt on the lakes. This happens to be [Read more…]
Bill Lindner and the crew hit the ice on Valentines Day last week to try out a few “pick-up lines” for panfish, pike and even bass. There were some hits, some misses, and some flat out rejections! Videography via Bill Lindner Shot on the Aqua-Vu HD For more video tips like this, [Read more…]
A lot of walleye fishermen are conditioned to thinking of walleyes as a structural species that maybe only hangs out on rock piles, mud breaks, inside turns, those kinds of things. But what happens when walleyes move out to open basins? A lot of folks have a difficult time finding and catching basin walleyes, [Read more…]
Video by James Lindner Throughout the winter months, there are a variety of different locations to catch bluegills. You’re going to catch a lot of them along the weed edges during the early ice period. As the season progresses, a lot of those fish will move out towards the deeper basins, Pay attention to [Read more…]
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