Most folks think “slow” when targeting walleye in early spring when water temperatures are still quite cold after ice-out. That’s more myth than rule, especially on Great Lakes fisheries like Green Bay, where many anglers have seen excellent success ripping Rippin’ Raps for jumbo-sized walleye. In this video, Tony Roach breaks down the strategy and subtleties required to make this tactic work for your this spring.
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Tony Roach grew up in northern Minnesota where he has been a fishing professional for over a decade. He has guided on a wide variety of lakes including Mille Lacs, Winnibigoshish, Lake of the Woods, and many more! Roach, a professional walleye angler competes in tournaments across the Midwest. Tony offers a vast knowledge of multi-species fishing, on a wide variety of waters. Tony enjoys guiding and loves to teach everything from the basics of fishing to the subtle adjustments anglers can make to put more fish in the boat.
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Leech Lake Spring Fishing Report for Walleye & PanfishMay 26, 2020 | Minnesota