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Freshwater fishing articles by Jason Mitchell, encompassing open water, ice fishing, and species specific tactical features to help you catch fish. Jason Mitchell has logged thousands of hours on the water and ice, earning a reputation for not only being an extraordinary guide, hunter and angler but also a gifted writer, communicator and promoter.

 

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Cabbage Crappie Patterns

By Jason Mitchell Outdoors Midsummer panfish patterns often become overlooked by some anglers as bass and walleye seasons open across the Midwest.  Minnesota angler Tony Mariotti is widely renowned for his knack for finding panfish through the season and believes…

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Shallow Crank Bites for Walleye

By Jason Mitchell Walleye anglers have long loved crankbaits.  Across many walleye fisheries, tried and true tactics incorporate trolling and for good reason.  Trolling cranks allow you to break down big locations and cover water.  There are several opportunities however…

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Power Rigging

By Jason Mitchell Live bait is a critical component to catching walleye on many fisheries. Even with the advent of soft plastics and the fact that more walleye anglers have confidence with artificial baits, there is still a time and…

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Early Season Rigging

By Jason Mitchell The locations we often find walleye on both natural lakes and reservoirs can be very conductive for live bait rigging. Perhaps one of the most popular presentations through much of the summer in many parts of the…

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Opening Day Tactics

By Jason Mitchell A new season of optimism awaits.  In many states, the inland walleye seasons open in May.  Even in states where there is no closed walleye season, the kickoff on many natural lakes and some reservoirs begins in…

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