The key to walleye fishing on the Mississippi River is to identify breaks in the current and target areas of slack water.
Max Wilson covers how he adjusts his Livescope settings for targeting walleye in shallow water.
NWT Pro Mark Courts covers how to choose the right type of line when jigging for walleye.
Improving your 2D graphing in the boat isn’t just a matter of adjusting settings, it all starts with having them rigged just right.
Finicky perch often require more finesse tactics to trigger bites. Max Wilson covers a few different presentations you can try on those tough bite days.
Pro Angler John Cox shares a simple tip to help you catch more fish on your spinner baits.
Tournament Pro, John Cox, breaks down how he prepares his whacky rigs depending on the type of area he is targeting.
Wacky rigging is common with weightless presentations, but pro angler Austin Felix has found that it can also be deadly when dropshotting.
Fishing swimbaits through heavy cover can be a challenge, Caleb Wistad shares his weedless rigging tip to improve your efficiency and reduce hang ups.
Jigging spoons can be used effectively by casting them out just as well as vertical jigging, but you need to know how to work them properly. Pro Eric Haataja shares his best tips.
Caleb Wistad shares how he adjusts his leader length to extend his bite window into the evening on drop shot rigs.
Max Wilson covers how to target deep suspended walleye with snap weights and some tips you need to know.