Leech Lake guide Toby Kvalevog shows off a nifty little system he uses to pinpoint walleyes on his electronics and efficiently target them with a Jigging Rap. It’s a strategy that’s really quite simple and easy to emulate yourself.
If you’re looking to catch walleyes, jigging raps are a great way to do it. In this guide, we’ll show you how to use jigging raps to mark and catch walleyes.
Finding the Spot
The first step is to find the right spot. Look for sand and then find a cool spot. Once you’ve found it, use the MotorGuide to lock in tight and turn around.
Pitching the Jigging Rap
Once you’ve found the spot, it’s time to pitch the jigging rap. Look for a triple stack and then pitch it a few times. If you don’t see a fish, don’t worry. Just keep pitching and you’ll eventually get a bite.
Fishing the Jigging Rap
When fishing the jigging rap, it’s important to be gentle. Give it a little twitch and then let it fall. You don’t need to be too aggressive.
Catching the Walleye
Once you’ve got a bite, it’s time to catch the walleye. Use a horizontal jig wrapping and you’ll be able to catch it quickly and easily.
Jigging raps are a great way to catch walleyes. With the right technique, you’ll be able to mark and catch walleyes quickly and easily.