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Brian "Bro" Brosdahl


 
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Brian "Bro" Brosdahl Chat 02.02.11
February 3, 2011
Brian is a lure designer for Northland Tackle, rod designer for Frabill, he does retail visits, seminars, guest host for many different fishing TV shows, such as Lindners Angling Edge, In-Fisherman, Midwest Outdoors, Fishing the Midwest and many others. Plus fishing tournaments including the FLW walleye tour.
The Multifaceted Marabou
July 13, 2010
Walleyes seem to respond better to flare. Chart/Orange and Firetiger are perennial producers. White and Pink/White issued as backups if the former patterns arenít inciting riot.
Things to Think about while Wishing for Walleyes
May 4, 2010
Dress the rig with minnow, half a crawler, or my favorite, especially in early summer, a medium black leech. Rear back and pitch it like a jig. Twitch it back in 2-foot strides, each action followed by a 3-second settling period to let the bait fall to a potential death by walleye.
The Deadly Drag
March 24, 2010
The fundamental rig is something youíve definitely thrown before: a sliding or fixed float with a small jig or tube Ė nothing revolutionary. But, again, itís the manner in which you play your hand that makes the difference.
Walleyes Come as No Fluke
February 8, 2010
I mean no disrespect to guys who put their trust in plastics, sometimes choosing them over live minnows, leeches, and crawlers. Professional walleye angler and educator Mark Courts is one of those guys I respect enough to cut some slack.
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