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Aritifshalleyes Pro Walleye anglers Troy Morris and Corey Heiser are on a mission
The team announced earlier this year they would fish every tournament they entered during the 2014 season and into the future with artificial lures only,..... by Aritifshalleyes
Bob Jensen Give The Fish What They Want
So many fishing trips are learning experiences, and this one was no different. We shouldn’t assume we know what the walleyes want. Let your experience give you an idea what to start with, but if that’s not working, don’t hesitate to try something else. by Bob Jensen
Ron Anlauf Passive Aggressive Walleyes
Watching your bait with a depth-finder can give you an idea rather quickly if there are any fish around because if you’re on the right spot they’ll at least come in for a look, even if they don’t hit right away. by Ron Anlauf
Bob Jensen Going Fishing Again
Any time of the year is a great time to go fishing, but right now and for the next few weeks is perhaps the best. The natural world is alive with activity: The world surrounding the lake presents a variety of vivid colors, the bird world is more active than at any other time of the year, and the fish world is going to continue to get hungrier. by Bob Jensen
Jason Mitchell Basin Bump Gills
This winter, make a point to analyze your favorite panfish holes further and be observant as these locations might not jump out you. Sometimes, we have stumbled on to these spots with dumb luck. by Jason Mitchell
Ted Takasaki and Scott Richardson Walleye Needs
Fish do not think nor do they have emotions. Nature has programmed animals to do two things — survive and reproduce. Successful fishing comes by understanding the basic needs which make them do what they do. by Ted Takasaki and Scott Richardson
Mitch Eagan The Rise of Fall’s ‘Eyes
“Speed, size and scent are crucial when it comes to catching walleyes when they are suspended,” says Martin. I’ll troll at various speeds until I get bit, and then make sure to stick to that pace. by Mitch Eagan
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17 Oct 2014 at 9:07am

Walleye fishing tips to be offered Thursday
The Columbian
The warm-water fishing club will meet beginning at 7 p.m. at the East Portland Community Center, 740 S.E. 106th Ave. Zaharko, a pro staffer for Don Coffey Co., will discuss spring walleye fishing methods and locations. He has fished for walleyes for 35 ...

16 Oct 2014 at 5:49pm
Steelhead, perch, walleye all waking up around Cleveland -- Fishing Report for ...
The Plain Dealer - (blog)
The steelhead trout fishing has been fair to good in the harbor areas of Northeast Ohio and in the lower stretches of the rivers and streams. The night fishing for walleye has begun, with anglers casting from the harbor piers and breakwalls from ...

20 Oct 2014 at 12:46pm

Fall Mille Lacs Walleye survey shows promise
The survey is good news for both anglers and local businesses that depend on the walleye fishing trade. In recent years the vast majority of walleye that hatch in Mille Lacs have not grown into yearlings by surviving to their second autumn, causing the ...

10 Oct 2014 at 4:03am


Why You Should Fish Shallow for Fall Walleyes
Conventional wisdom says walleyes go deep in the fall. Humps, bars and other structures near basins become prime real estate following turnover. Without question, deep haunts attract walleye, but according to Chris Hockley shallow areas deserve attention.

27 Sep 2014 at 5:26pm

Young walleye warriors got early start in the fishing game
The Plain Dealer - (blog)
After spending a day on Lake Erie with them this week, it was easy to figure out how they developed their infatuation for fishing and competing in walleye tournaments. Fishing has always been a family sport for both, thanks to their dads and granddads.
Local fisherman is one of the top anglers on the walleye tournament

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15 Oct 2014 at 10:48pm

Walleye Central

Pro Walleye anglers Troy Morris and Corey Heiser are on a mission
Walleye Central
The team announced earlier this year they would fish every tournament they entered during the 2014 season and into the future with artificial lures only, following the belief both have expressed that artificial lure only walleye tournaments would not ...

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22 Oct 2014 at 10:34pm

Great Falls Tribune

Walleye illegally introduced into Bynum Reservoir
Great Falls Tribune
Fish, Wildlife and Parks fisheries biologists have discovered illegally introduced walleye in Bynum Reservoir along the Rocky Mountain Front. The discovery was made in September when a FWP fisheries crew netted three walleye. The reservoir is a popular ...

14 Oct 2014 at 2:00am

Billings boy tops his own IGFA walleye mark
Helena Independent Record
Fishing on Fort Peck Reservoir with her father, Jim Boyer, was boringly slow. Then there came one bright spot that made all of the effort of packing gear into the wilds of Eastern Montana worthwhile: Josh caught a walleye so big that it topped his old ...

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22 Oct 2014 at 1:17pm

Appleton Post Crescent

Eagle River fishing report for Oct. 22
Appleton Post Crescent
Fish weed edges and adjacent break edges in 15-feet of water or less. Or try fishing main lake mud flats in 35-feet of water or less. The perch are tight to bottom, with the crappies and gills suspended, usually in the lower half of the water column ...

22 Oct 2014 at 1:23pm

DNR's Northeast Michigan Fishing Report
Iosco County News Herald
AuSABLE RIVER: Boat anglers drifting spoons, body baits or crawlers have caught some walleye at night. Salmon are in the river, but in low numbers. Those caught up river were in bad shape. Spawn and flies seem to work best. There are reports of ...

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