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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Tuning crankbaits, especially deep diving cranks, is extremely important. Some crankbaits, such as Rapalas, come tuned right out of the package while others need to be tuned every time they go into the water. Tuning your baits will allow them to run straight rather than kicking out to the right or left. Without tuning your crankbait, your bait may not be running at the depth that it should be. In this week’s show, we will tell you how to tune your baits as well as share a few extra tips for when you are trolling.
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This show discusses the benefits of using line counter reels when trolling. We explore a few tips on how to utilize this fundamental tool to fish with precision and repeat your success. If you have any further questions, we would love to hear from you. So feel free to leave us a comment below.