Wisconsin fishing guide and friend of the program Tom Boley explains how to find for Walleye on a new or unfamiliar body of water. Watch Tom cover electronics, techniques and other sound fishing advice related to catching walleye in unfamiliar waters.
Tom Boley with a Wisconsin walleye
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The Rapala Tail Dancer is crafted from balsa wood and includes an internal rattling system. As the name implies, the Tail Dancer has a wide tail wobbling action.
Sticky sharp hooks and two well-placed line ties make the Hammer Head Jig both user-friendly and highly effective for catching walleye.
The X-Rap Shad runs in 6-11 feet of water, and when you pause your retrieve, it suspends right where the action is. Ideal for trolling or casting.
The Westin CurlTeez is a hybrid grub/swimbait that comes with a pre-rigged soft plastic that is centered perfectly and secured tightly to a dependable 1/4 oz jig head.
The Vmc Hot Skirt Glow Jig is designed with ‘glow in the dark skirts’ which have no problem calling in big walleye. Past MTB Walleye Boxes
The Walleye Mystery Tackle Box subscription is an easy way to stock up on the latest and greatest
fishing lures. Below are a few examples of what you might see in a walleye box.
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