During mid-summer, when walleyes move deep, one of the most effective ways to target them is by power-corking. Now, I have caught a tremendous number of different fish species on floats everything from salmon, trout, walleyes, muskies northern pike, catfish, and panfish. I mean, live bait under a float works for all different fish species, but one place it can really shine…
Fishing for early season walleyes all begins with the search. Join in on the search with Angling Buzz in this video. Categories: Fishing, Fishing, Fishing Tips, Minnesota Videos, Walleye, Walleye Videos Tags: Angling Buzz, Fishing, Walleyes
Biologists with the Minnesota DNR will collect walleye eggs this spring; however, social distancing requirements mean this popular springtime activity will not be open for public viewing this year. Hatcheries, the destination for the eggs collected, also remain closed to the public. “Egg take operations are neat things to watch,” said Henry Drewes, northwest region fisheries supervisor. “But the closeness…
Why is spring walleye fishing awesome? Check out the Angling Buzz story here and video below for more. Categories: Fishing, Illinois Videos, Michigan Videos, Minnesota Videos, New York Videos, News, Ohio Videos, Pennsylvania Videos, Walleye, Walleye Videos, Wisconsin Videos Tags: Angling Buzz, Fishing, Walleyes
Minnesota DNR cites COVID-19 social distancing protocols in canceling 2020 egg-take operations for walleyes, other species. Categories: Fishing, Minnesota Videos, News, Walleye, Walleye Videos Tags: Fish, Fish stocking, Fishing, Minnesota DNR
DNR: Missed year of stocking will have minimal long-term impact on angling, fish populations.
Fishing guide Tony Roach shares with Outdoor News one of his best techniques for walleye fishing in cold, deep waters. Categories: Fishing, How To’s, Ice Fishing, Ice Fishing Tips, Illinois Videos, Michigan Videos, Minnesota Videos, New York Videos, Ohio Videos, Pennsylvania Videos, Walleye Videos, Wisconsin Videos Tags: Ice fishing, Walleyes
Yup, first ice is upon us, and two renowned fisheries will be busy as open water gives way to hard water. Here, Minnesota guide Brad Hawthorne with Angling Buzz talk the early season bite windows on Lake Mille Lacs and Red Lake and offers bonus tips for whackin’ walleye on Mille Lacs. Categories: Ice Fishing Tips, Minnesota Videos, News, Walleye, Walleye Videos…
There’s nothing wrong with cashing in on some eater-sized walleye, but if you want to consistently target larger walters, you need to change up your overall strategy. Check out this video from the folks at Angling Buzz for ways to upsize your presentation and catch bigger walleyes as a result. Categories: Fishing, Fishing, How To’s, Walleye, Walleye Videos Tags: Angling Buzz,…
A bounty on walleyes? In addition to the possibility of catching a $1,000 fish, through an incentives program meant to weed out invasive walleyes here, each non-tagged walleye head turned in enters anglers into a monthly drawing for 10 $100 cash prizes. Read about it here. Categories: Fishing, News, Walleye, Walleye Videos Tags: Walleyes
Al Lindner is arguably one of the best anglers alive at ripping jigs and plastics for walleyes. In this video from the folks at Angling Buzz, he explains what you need to know master the art of rip-jigging. Check it out below. Categories: Fishing, Fishing, Fishing Tips, How To’s, Illinois Videos, Michigan Videos, Minnesota Videos, New York Videos, Ohio Videos,…
It marks the day fishing can begin for walleye, northern pike and trout in lakes. Out of the 1.4 million licensed anglers in Minnesota, about half a million will take part in the tradition of the opener, which this year falls on Saturday, May 11.
The Lake Sarah experiment: Genetic research continues into southern Minnesota’s premier walleye fishery [video]
‘This could be the key to self-sustaining walleye fisheries throughout the southern part of the state.’
Though border-water angling has been underway for weeks, Minnesota’s fishing season starts Saturday, May 12, and walleyes and jigs go hand-in-hand.
Jarod Higginbotham, of Yakima Baits, shares some trolling tips for walleyes on Day 2 of a Green Bay fishing trip. Action on Day 2 was steady because of some of the changes Higginbotham made on the trolling rigs. We caught a few catfish, walleyes and sheepshead throughout the day. Then suddenly, during our last 10 minutes of fishing, we boated…
Cleaning walleyes quickly and efficiently is an art form, and there are various techniques anglers use in cleaning walleyes. In the video above, Mark Arnesen of Arnesen’s Rocky Point on the south shore of Lake of the Woods shows how he cleans walleyes and saugers. — Lake of the Woods Tourism Categories: How To’s, Minnesota Videos, News, Walleye, Walleye Videos…
Aqua-Vu underwater camera systems captures hungry walleyes hunting a minnow slow-trolled along the bottom. Categories: Fishing, Illinois Videos, Industry News, Michigan Videos, Minnesota Videos, New York Videos, News, Ohio Videos, Pennsylvania Videos, Walleye Videos, Wisconsin Videos Tags: Aqua-Vu, Fishing, Walleyes
Yakima Bait’s Jarod Higginbotham talks about trolling speed and visibility.
Using a double hook technique will allow you to go through heavy cover and brush.
Jeff Sundin uses a couple versatile jigs to catch Mid-Season Walleyes
Cooling fall weather effects brings big walleyes in numbers. Al Lindner goes fishing for Walleye in early fall and shares his knowledge of favorite techniques for attracting Walleye in these conditions.
Lindy Rigging for Walleye with Jon Thelen.
Brian Brosdahl shows the modern way to troll by using your kicker motor for power and then using your bow mount trolling motor to steer.
Jon Thelen shows us how to use a Little Joe Walleye Spinner rig for late summer walleyes on Lake of the Woods.
Using Lindy Rigs on mid-lake summertime walleyes, and shows you exactly how and where to fill the livewell with tasty ‘eyes.
Jon Thelen alters his plan to fish Winibigoshish due to weather and chases down post spawn walleyes on a small nothern Minnesota Lake by trolling Lindy jigs tipped with a shiner minnow. This can be very effective, but often overlooked tactic for spring walleyes across the Midwest.