Ted Takasaki is a top professional Hall of Fame angler who has competed on both the In-Fisherman Professional Walleye Trail (PWT) and the FLW Walleye Tour. He won the prestigious PWT Classic Championship in 1998 and still holds the all time tournament record for a one day limit of 5 walleyes, which weighed an amazing 53.2 pounds! He has been featured in many national outdoor magazines and has appeared on numerous fishing television shows. Ted is considered one of America’s leading walleye experts.
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Crappies Galore April 17, 2013
Riprap, which warms the water, often holds the most aggressive fish. Use a small jig dressed with a small plastic grub and/or a wax worm or piece of nightcrawler. Move fast along the rocky faces of dams or bridges, casting and let the bait fall to the bottom before slowly retrieving it just over the rocks.
Five Reasons to Buy a Boat this Winter February 12, 2013
We’ve all heard this one: a bad day on the water beats a good day at work anytime. Nothing lowers the stress level better than spending a day catching fish. Couple that with this fact: America has been dubbed the “no vacation nation.”
Perch on Ice October 10, 2012
Technique and presentation is tricky. Start by banging your lures on the bottom. Bounce, bounce, bounce action will stir the mud and insect larvae. Then, try the other extreme: a barely perceptible shaking motion.
When is a Bass Lure a Walleye Lure? July 30, 2012
Flooded trees, as you can image, are tricky to fish through and around. They generally demand a vertical presentation to avoid snags.