TRY A RIVER THIS SUMMER

Eric Olson

by Bob Jensen The Midwest is blessed with all sorts of fishing opportunities. Lakes, rivers, ponds, and reservoirs can be found close-by wherever you live. Simply put, you don’t need to drive far to go fishing.Rivers can provide some outstanding fishing action throughout the summer.

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Jigs and Plastics for Walleyes – Tony Roach

Jigs and Plastics for Walleyes - Tony Roach

Tony Roach talks about the current cutter jig and why he likes using it for both plastics and live bait on walleyes. He demonstrates how to rig it on a Impulse Paddle Minnow and a live shiner. Check out the video and make sure to pick up some Current Cutter Jigs for your next outing.Products featured in this video:Current Cutter JigImpulse® Paddle MinnowImpulse® Core SwimbaitFor more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel: SHARESPECIESTOPICS

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Insider Report: Hjelm hammers 45-plus to take Sakakawea

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Posted by Brett Carlson – May 13, 2017 – News, Press Releasehttp://www.nationalwalleyetour.com/GARRISON, N.D. – When Duane Hjelm arrived at Lake Sakakawea to begin prefishing for the 2017 Cabela’s National Walleye Tour event, he was optimistic, as he intimately understands the nuances of the Missouri River. During his first two days of practice, however, Hjelm failed to boat a single walleye.

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June Walleyes!

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By Mike FrischJune is often a great time to catch walleyes! These fish are fully recovered from the spawn, are on the feed, and are often not that tough to catch. Here are some tips for finding and catching aggressive June walleyes.Main lake structure starts to hold walleyes during early June.

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Pitching Shallow for Walleyes – Ep. 28

Pitching Shallow for Walleyes

On this weeks Episode Artie Arndt tells you all about pitching jigs for shallow walleyes. He goes over technique, location, and strategy for catching these shallow fish.The Northland Fisherman is a weekly show connecting you with Pro-Staff, showing you Fishing Techniques and bringing you the Northland lifestyle. Stay tuned for all 52 weeks of in depth videos showing you what Northland is all about.Products featured in this video:Fire-Ball® JigFor more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube c…

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Spencer Deutz Educates Future Anglers Just Days Before MN Fishing Opener

Spencer Deutz Educates Future Anglers

Moorhead, MN-Saturday May 6th, 2017 was the first time a Future Angler Youth and Family fishing clinic was held at Elevate Human Potential (EHP) Cross Fit in Moorhead, MN. In January 2017, National Professional Anglers Association (NPAA) member Spencer Deutz #552 approached EHP about the opportunity to host such an event and they agreed without hesitation.With days of preparation and the need for nice weather, the event was a success. At 12pm, 33 Future Anglers gathered inside the gym in anticip…

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How to fish a UV Whistler® Jig for Walleyes

How to fish a UV Whistler® Jig for Walleyes

Brian Bro Brosdahl shows you how he fishes a UV Whistler Jig. On top of that he goes into detail on his jigging set up for walleyes. Learn about the rod reel and line combo he uses to fish jigs!Products featured in this video:UV WHISTLER® JIGFor more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel: SHARESPECIESTOPICS

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Lake Francis Case, SD

Lake Francis Case, SD

Francis Case lies above the Fort Randall Dam on the Missouri River and winds upstream for 107 miles through South Dakota’s rolling grass prairie and agricultural lands to the Big Bend Dam in Fort Thompson.Open water fishing is available from the day the ice leaves until it reappears again 9 or 10 months later, which makes the lake a magnet for resident and visiting walleye anglers alike. It’s so popular because the fishing is straightforward and walleyes can be caught nearly anywhere…

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Waubay Lake, SD

Waubay Lake, SD

This body of water in Day County, South Dakota, formed in the mid 1990s when rising water levels joined North and South Waubay lakes, Spring Lake and Hillebrands Lake. Since then it’s built a reputation for consistently producing walleyes up to 16 inches, though larger fish are caught occasionally.Other gamefish, such as smallmouth bass and northern pike, also inhabit Waubay Lake, but their populations are not nearly as large as that of the walleye. As well, there are fishable numbers of y…

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