The jigging rap is a hot walleye weapon in the summer, but there’s a few tips you should know on when, where, and how to use it for success.
Nicole Stone explains a lesser-known technique for trout fishing using light gear, light jigs, and a finesse feel while vertical jigging.
Rigging has continued to evolve over time and remains a deadly option for catching walleye throughout the season, but what is speed rigging?
Walleye anglers love jigging because not only are jigs fun to fish but also this presentation is extremely versatile.
Jerkbaits have been in tackle boxes for decades but are becoming more popular with mainstream walleye anglers.
Tungsten jigs are extremely popular with ice anglers but aren’t the end-all for panfish. There is still a time and place for lead jigs.
Soft plastics fished correctly catch almost anything that swims and can be particularly deadly for catching crappie through the ice.
On many bodies of water, the best walleye fishing happens after dark and there are a few key tricks that are important to keep in mind.