Do you troll for walleye? In this Hooked For Life podcast, Scott and Jeff discuss the dynamics of how the various fishing line options available can affect the action of your lures while trolling. They also give a few tips on how to choose the right line for the situation.
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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.
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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. […]