Archive for September, 2010

An interview with Scott on CTV.

Posted: 29th September 2010 by Jeff in General

Here is an interview with Scott on CTV. Good job Scott!

I mentioned the “Walleye institute” that I host and I’m a little late getting this post up, however, here are the details for those of you interested. I host both a spring and fall walleye institute at my resort.  The upcoming fall institute is Oct 15-17th 2010 and will be a sonar specific institute.  I […]

In this week’s show, we discuss using in-line planer boards when trolling for walleye and other species.  Topics include what the boards are, the benefits of using them, as well as a few tips. If you have any questions on using planer boards, leave us a comment.

My two year old son always wants to talk to me about walleye fishing. He absolutely loves “Big Waweye!” Often when I am sitting down to tie up my own snells, my son will come to watch me and will help by counting rotations around the hook shank when tying the knots. He and my […]

A spin on harness storage

Posted: 21st September 2010 by Jeff in General
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Walleye crawler harnesses are an extremely effective presentation throughout the season. There are varying styles with numerous amounts of components available to choose from. Whether you purchase pre-made ones or tie your own, one common problem is storing them. We have all had that disaster of a tangled harness or two. If two stickbaits get […]

There are many ways to fish a crawler harness. One of the most common is the technique called bottom bouncing. It is an incredibly effective tool and a relatively easy skill to master. Bottom bouncing takes your crawler harness to the bottom of the water column using a lead weight. Just like every other aspect […]

Trolling crawler harnesses for walleye is often thought of as strictly a bottom bouncing technique. However, there are times when walleyes suspend higher in the water column. This is typical throughout the summer and fall. In these situations you want to run your presentation at the depth that the fish are at or slightly above. […]

In this week’s show we cover some of the options available in today’s fishing electronics.  From sonar and gps, to the latest side imaging and structure scan.  If you have questions about electronics, feel free to leave a comment or send us an email and we would be glad to assist.