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Old 06-09-2021, 08:50 PM
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Default Boat control and summer river walleyes

I will be adding a Terrova next week to my 16ftr. I would like to spend summer learning boat control in prep for the fall walleye run and ultimately the spring run. I will be fishing the Wolf River in WI. Any tips on learning the control? Foot pedal vs remote? Finally, I plan to drag jigs with half a crawler. Any suggestions on deep holes vs current seams or other areas to target to find the fish in the summer in the river? Thanks in advance. I am super excited to learn to be mobile on the river hunting eyes.
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Old 06-10-2021, 08:35 AM
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Congratulations on the new addition. Rivers in Missouri go as follows, here from what I've seen and so it may differ from where your from. General rule deep holes with rock cover in the day, and shoals in the early morning and evening. Good fishing to you sir.
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Old 06-11-2021, 09:13 AM
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I fish the Wolf using that technique. It is about the only time I prefer the foot control over the remote. I could work the pedal and keep in touch with the bottom better than fumbling with the remote around my neck.
This spring we went straight to crawlers and never bothered with minnows.
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