Fish Behavior

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What do you do when the walleyes stop biting? What’s your go-to technique for tempting/triggering negative walleyes? Well-known fishing guide Brad Hawthorne shares his favorite tactic in these situations.   Thumbnail photo via Matt Addington     For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:

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Finding walleyes on new lakes can be a challenging feat when you can’t rely on experience and your favorite hotspots. Joel Nelson is always exploring new lakes looking for the next hot bite, and in this video, he breaks down exactly how he would dissect three different lakes he’s never fished before. Hopefully, you’ll find [Read more…]

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One of the most underrated, under-fished places to catch walleye are up in the weeds. More often than not, your average walleye guy wants to get out beyond the weeds and target fish out on the deeper break lines. Truth be told, some of the biggest walleye in the lake call weed beds home for [Read more…]

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Bluegill Fishing Tips

By: Joel Nelson   If crappies kick off the spring season, then bluegills certainly endcap it and extend the popularity of panfishing well into the summer months. Their sheer abundance and position towards the relative bottom of the gamefish food chain makes them readily available to most anglers in almost all portions of the U.S. [Read more…]

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Boat Sweepstakes


One massively important key to walleye fishing is understand fish migration, and mapping is a critical tool to help us figure out where to look.   In early spring, fish are going to start out near shoreline locations. It’s really common around Opener to pitch jigs up to shallow rocks. As we progress from spring [Read more…]

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Off Shore


Alright, now this is insane….   Props to our good buddies Lee Tauchen and Robbie Jarnigo from Todays Angler for capturing this ridiculous footage at the Wingra Creek Dam in Madison, Wisconsin.   After re-watching this video a dozen times, we’re still not sick of it!   Robbie and Lee have been doing some really [Read more…]

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Spring Crappies

Panfish continually rank as one of the most commonly targeted species in the U.S., and in northern waters, their popularity exceeds that of even largemouth and smallmouth bass. If panfish are popular, then crappies are the undisputed heavyweight champion of the group. They have become increasingly sought after nationwide as new people are introduced to [Read more…]

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