Jason Mitchell Outdoors - Season 14 - Episode 10 - Jason Mitchell joins guiding legend Clayton Folden on the Van Hook Arm of Lake Sakakawea during the post spawn period. The anglers discuss a classic early season pattern of pitching Northland Fireball Jigs up into shallow water to crack big walleyes.
Monday, June 9, 2014
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Eric Haataja and his buddy Scott catch big Green Bay walleye's casting plastics this week in Wisconsin on the Peshtigo River. We used 3/8 Northland eyeball jigs with Berkley 4 inch Rib worms and Veracity Spinning rods and 10 lb Nanofil and 10 lb fluorocarbon leaders. Tips for walleye fishing. Learning how to fish. Giant walleye's. Monster walleyes. Big walleye's. Public fishing Wisconsin. Wisconsin fishing guides. Fishing videos.
Friday, May 23, 2014
This 9 part seminar, presented by Seth Burrill of the Angler's Xperience, will help you understand the walleye and how to become more efficient at catching them. If you love walleye fishing this seminar is definitely for you.
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
For the early season walleye hunt, James Lindner shows how to target the best shallow spawning habitat of lakes and rivers. Finding this early concentration of walleyes is key to making contact. He shows how to use mapping technology and fine tune the results based upon the conditions you're faced with. Al Lindner then gives their team tactics to establish a pattern between crank baits and jigs.
Monday, May 19, 2014
Italo Labignan shows you how to finesse-fish jigs and how to catch walleye during major cold-front conditions.
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
This 4 part seminar, presented by Seth Burrill of the Angler's Xperience, will help you catch more walleye at night. If you love walleye fishing this video is definitely for you.
Monday, May 12, 2014
Watch Al Lindner epitomize Walleye fishing on Rainy Lake in Minnesota. When fishing is tough, especially in shallow water, a good bait is key.
Friday, May 2, 2014
Thursday, May 1, 2014
I was jerkbait and jig fishing in a river in New York during fall (late October). I started jigging at night by casting out a Berkley Gulp minnow jig and twitching it through a pool, and I caught a small walleye right away. Then, I started working a husky jerk rapala for big walleye, and I hooked into what looked like a 24" or 25" walleye a few feet in front of me, and it started thrashing and rolling around, and it threw the hook by the time I turned my red light and camera on. Then, a few casts after I lost that big walleye, my friend hooked into what some people might consider a trophy walleye -- 28" and 8 lbs, 11 ounces -- and I watched him beach it. I caught a few more decent walleyes before measuring and weighing his walleye and having a pike or musky cut my husky jerk off. I went to school and came back around sunset, and I caught another decent walleye around 19" and then a 20.5" walleye on a jointed rapala.
This is one of many videos in the Lure Fishing series -- watch others for triple-digit numbers of fish, trophy fish, the tips and techniques I pick up along the way, and more!
Monday, April 21, 2014
Walleye fishing techniques with Rapala's Jigging Rap and Snap Rap (Part 1)
Walleye fishing techniques with Rapala's Jigging Rap and Snap Rap (Part 2)
Al and Dan Lindner are triggering savage walleye strikes by working winter jigging lures during sultry summer conditions. Al explains the uses for both the Jigging Rap and the Snap Rap by Rapala.
Friday, April 18, 2014
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
James Holst and Paul Delaney demonstrate how to fish Rapala Rippin' Raps for post-spawn walleyes. This "Hooked Up!" webisode was filmed May 15, 2013, on Sturgeon Bay in Door County, Wis.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Catching Lake MacBride Walleyes with Northland Plastics and Hutch Jigs-April 2011 - Walleye Fishing Video
To celebrate the one year anniversary of WalleyeWisdom.com editors Michael Ganzeveld and Gary Speicher snuck down to Lake MacBride to see what was biting. Gary and Mike located and boated some very nice spring walleyes on a variety of jigs and lures. Northland Slurpies (their version of the ring worm) on a Gum Ball and Hutch jig tipped with a small winnow fished vertically seemed to work the best for us. Water temp hovered in the low fifties. The wind and rain that day made it feel like -50 in the boat! Basically, perfect weather to catch walleyes in Iowa!