Scott and Jeff discuss trolling for walleye in the spring. From planer boards and dive curves to paying attention to details such as weather patterns, current direction and speed. Tune in as we give a few helpful hints.
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In this week’s show, we are joined by Bob Devine from Chartertalk Guide Service to discuss the spring walleye fishing in the Detroit River. Check out Bob’s website at: http://www.chartertalk.com or if you are interested in a guide you can reach him at 519-984-4899.
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