When using leadcore in clear lakes infested with zebra mussels like Mille Lacs, there are a few key tips you need to know.
When it comes to preparing for the open water season in the boat, there’s a few things to keep in mind to set yourself up for an easy start.
Fishing has been very steady lately, we’re seeing lots of fish in the 20-25 ft…
We have been primarily walleye fishing, but also targeting largemouth and smallmouth bass. Walleyes -…
Walleyes and muskies have been biting. Walleyes are being caught on Lindy Rigs with crawlers…
One of the best ways to target walleye on river channels and back sloughs is to long line troll with braided line.
The large size of muskies can make them seem tough, but they’re actually pretty delicate. These tools will help you have a gentle release.
The key to walleye fishing on the Mississippi River is to identify breaks in the current and target areas of slack water.
When casting out to fish big flats for walleye, paddle tail and fluke tail soft plastic baits fish different and you can catch a lot more fish if you know how to use them.
When trolling crankbaits with your rod holder, simple popping your line every-so-often can help put more fish in your boat.
Successfully trolling in shallow water means being precise. One way to improve precision is to adjust the angle of your rod with your rod holder.
Tony Roach is walleye fishing royalty in the state of Minnesota and has a tremendous…
Dirty water in the spring can make fishing tough. We cover a quick tip on water color to help you find more post spawn walleye.
Nicole Stone discusses the science of walleye color vision and just how effective color can be when selecting lures.
Post spawn walleye often don’t travel far from their spawning sites and can be found by looking for a few key things.
NWT Professional Angler Dustin Minke shares his top 5 Minnesota walleye tips.
Jason Mitchell shares how to fish spring walleye near riprap – a location that’s often overlooked but can be a hot bed during the spawn.