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Walleye

One Short Life

In-Fisherman - July 25, 2012

Taking inventory of what we're capable of doing and can potentially accomplish while we're...

Baits

Spanking-Good Shoreline Cranks

In-Fisherman - July 25, 2012

Walleyes use four primary senses to find food: sight, sound, smell, and vibration signals...

Walleye

Planer Board Trolling The Shallows For Spooky Walleyes

In-Fisherman - July 24, 2012

Planer boards help prevent spooking. They're primarily thought of as an open-water midsummer...

Baits

Anatomy of an open-water spinner

In-Fisherman - July 24, 2012

Ask three different In-Fisherman Professional Walleye Trail pros for their favorite big-water

Master Angler

Second Chance Largemouth

July 24, 2012

Brent Reeve Cambridge√ā¬†Ontario Due to windy conditions I found a back bay on the lee side...

Walleye

The Ways of Drop Shotting

In-Fisherman - July 24, 2012

North Dakotan Johnnie Candle, a regular on the Professional Walleye Trail, shamelessly mooches...

Walleye

Establishing Productive Depths for Prespawn Reservoir Walleyes

In-Fisherman - July 24, 2012

In spring, many reservoir walleyes are moving to the upper reaches of a major river feeding a

Walleye

Top Spots For Shore Walleyes

In-Fisherman - July 24, 2012

In spring, walleyes typically start spawning once the water reaches 40F to 45F. Fact is,...

Walleye

Wading With The In Crowd: Inlet Walleyes

In-Fisherman - July 24, 2012

In spring, walleyes are instinctively drawn to flowing water. Catching them in inlets--small

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