Fishing Articles — Walleye Fishing

Motown HAWG 'Eyes by Kenny Darwin

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Motown HAWG 'Eyes by Kenny Darwin

If you're eager for trophy walleye... Don't Ignore this 32-Mile Stretch of Great Walleye Fishing Water... Looking for a perfect spot for big walleyes?   I’m talkin’ big ‘ole monster Great Lakes walleyes that slam your lure bend your rod double and push the scales over 10-pounds.  Come to the Detroit River and ply this system with baited jig and you will be amazed at the results.  Big fish and plenty of them await your hook. So, what you are waiting for?    “There is no question the Detroit River is one of the premier trophy walleye destinations in the Great...

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Small Boat Rigging for Big Water by Cory Yarmuth

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Small Boat Rigging for Big Water by Cory Yarmuth

Lake Michigan, or any Great Lake for that matter, can be an intimidating body of water.  Many fishermen tend to think that you need at least a 28-foot boat all decked out with the latest gear to even attempt to fish its waters and be successful. This statement couldn’t be further from the truth. The big water is certainly something that you should not take lightly. However, given the opportunity there are many chances for those of us who run smaller boats to get out and be successful at catching our limits of trout, salmon, or walleye that inhabit these...

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Stealth Downrigger Tactics by Dan Keating

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Stealth Downrigger Tactics by Dan Keating

Over the past few years, stealth riggers have been some of the most productive rods on the Blue Horizon. Spring, summer, and fall, they produce fish. Anytime I encounter clear water, negative fish, or strong currents, adjusting riggers to stealth mode will produce fish. One other note: clean spoons run on stealth riggers catch huge fish during the middle of the day. If you don’t currently incorporate stealth riggers into your spread, you will want to pay close attention. Secret Weapon Rigs (SWR) Ever been skunked? It is painful! From one fisherman to another, there is a greater distance between...

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Lake Erie: Summer Walleye Capital of the World by Paul Liikala

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Lake Erie: Summer Walleye Capital of the World by Paul Liikala

Imagine, fishing a lake where limits of walleye are just waiting to grab your lure. Hold on it even gets better. How would you like to catch walleye that average around six to seven pounds, with a number of ‘eyes exceeding 9 and 10 pounds? Does it sound like a dream come true? Well, Lake Erie has these dream fish. I know what you are thinking. Lake Erie is a Great Lake, a great big lake. Its large size gives fish miles and miles of water to hide in. Well, in the summer their hideout is easy to find because...

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