Understanding your boats electronics is a huge piece of the puzzle when it comes to finding walleyes. We breakdown how we like to use certain features on our graphs to expedite the process of finding fish on main lake structure.
We found a Tree! Using your electronics to find a "needle in a hay stack" can pay big dividends! We vertical jig crappies on a main lake basin that has the perfect piece of structure that the crappies are utilizing. We deploy a new tungsten jig and soft plastics that are key to filling the live-well with slabs!
Glide baits are taking the walleye world by storm! Using these types of baits are an extremely effective way to cover water and find aggressive feeding walleyes. Northland added a new one to its arsenal and we put it to the test!
Tungsten has changed the game in walleye fishing - especially when the bite is tough. When Finesse tactics are needed and downsizing is a must there is no better weapon then the new tungsten jigs from Northland! We break it all down in the Northwoods of Wisconsin!
Targeting Muskies during the summer period is the perfect time for fishing fast and covering water in search of active fish. There is no better bait to do this with then the bucktail - easy retrieve, fast moving and fish eat it! We got our hands on a new bait from Wolf Creek Tackle and had to find out if Lake of the Woods Muskies liked it!
When fishing finicky walleyes sometimes its best to go slow! Dragging live bait is one of the most effective ways to produce walleyes during difficult periods.
Deploying Slip Bobbers for walleyes is coming back into style! Power Corking just leveled up with the Short-Shank Tungsten jig by Northland Fishing Tackle! Fastest way to the fish!
When crappies move up to shallow water you better have a slow falling bait. The strike zones are smaller and in clear water fish can be finicky. Freedom Baitz new 2'' Apache is the real deal for this skinny water fish!
We got the chance to break in the new Eye-Candy from Northland Fishing Tackle on our Fly-in trip to Knobbys! To say this stuff works is an understatement!
When smallmouth bass move to shallow water in the spring there is no better way to find active fish then covering water and casting cranks. Flat sided crankbaits in particular are perfect for making smallies eat in these cooler water situations.
Fishing "hair" for walleyes has become a got-to early season presentation through-out the Midwest and especially Green Bay. Hair also produces when other baits fail to put fish in the boat when walleyes their annual run up the tributaries to spawn.
Lake Vermilion has a ton of water and during the early season walleyes can be spread out and shallow. These shallow fish tend to be extremally spooky, so boat control is a huge factor as well as a subtle presentation!
Finding the "Spot on the Spot" can take time and energy - but the payouts can be well worth it! Find the exact spot that fish want to utilize and your entire day changes!
Finding and catching crappies on highly pressured lakes can be a challenge on the ice. Downsizing your presentations is a must and having the right amount of GLOW never hurts putting slabs topside when the bite is tough!
Perhaps our greatest day on the ice!! Hunting BIG panfish can be a lot of work over main lake basin flats. That's why it is important to use a presentation that can not only call fish in from a distance but also can seal the deal!
To be successful on the ice you have to be able to cover water. The Finicky Fooler is a easy, efficient, and effective tool to put more fish topside!

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