Water clarity and sunlight can have a dramatic impact on what presentations and colors walleye are likely to feed on. In this video, Joel Nelson breaks down when and where he uses various jig colors when he’s chasing walleye depending on the current conditions. For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube [Read more…]
Today’s lake maps are pretty darn accurate, but for as good as they are, they still miss some key contours. Sometimes, these under-mapped areas are the best places to find hidden hotspots that most folks are missing. In this video, Joel Nelson reveals what kind of irregularities you should be looking for to discover key [Read more…]
Dialing in the correct crankbait color can mean the difference between a good day and a great day. Fishing guide Brad Hawthorne is a walleye crankin’ fanatic, and this is how he uses custom colored crankbaits to discover walleye color preferences quickly in various fishing conditions. For more videos like this, Subscribe to [Read more…]
The best part about fishing a familiar lake is you ALREADY know where the fish tend to hangout. Conversely, fishing new lakes can be difficult because you need to use your prior knowledge to isolate and sample various spots where fish MIGHT live. In this video, well-known guide Brad Hawthorne breaks down a few [Read more…]
Soft plastics aren’t just for bass fishing! In this video, Brett McComas shares three of his favorite, must-have walleye plastics that everyone should have in their boat. Livebait can be tough to beat in some condition, but sometimes plastics just can’t be beat.
Fishing gear isn’t cheap, and rods are no exception. Sure, you can get some cheap stuff in the $20-50 range, but you can also spend north of $500 on a high-end fish catchin’ stick. How much you decide to spend will depend on your individual budget, but you should also consider which presentation you’ll be [Read more…]
If you want to catching MORE fish, you need to be using your electronics to cover water and FIND fish instead of casting or jigging aimlessly. Don’t fish spots. Don’t fish memories. Don’t guard your hole. Don’t sit around waiting for the fish to come to you. Thanks Brad Hawthorne for the sound advice! [Read more…]
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