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Walleye specialty articles by Jason Mitchell, encompassing modern-day walleye fishing tactics and information, and trips and destinations. 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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By Jason Mitchell Early ice is a prime window for targeting walleye.  Classic early ice locations typically repeat the prominent fall locations.  As a rule of thumb, good fishing in the fall often means good fishing at first ice.  Tough…

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By Jason Mitchell Big boulders and rock locations can hold walleye through the year but on so many different fisheries, these locations seem even more appealing in the fall.  Boulders in deep water (that might range from fifteen to forty…

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By Jason Mitchell Fall walleye fishing is often heralded by anglers as one of the best times of the year for good fishing.  Plenty of big fish potential as females begin to put on egg mass.  Fall patterns are often…

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In past articles, we have shared some effective trolling tactics that incorporate the use of a bow mount trolling motor.  Particularly early in the year, creeping along with a bow mount trolling motor to pull crankbaits is simply deadly particularly…

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By Jason Mitchell In both North and South Dakota, bottom bouncer rigs have been catching walleye on the Missouri River reservoirs for an awfully long time.  The popularity of bottom bouncers however has expanded far and wide.  Come mid-summer, bottom…

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By Jason Mitchell On so many natural lakes, slip bobbers are deadly on walleye.  Particularly early in the season.  Cold fronts, crashing water temps and dirty water accompanied by strong winds might absolutely wreck many bites but slip bobbers still…

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By Jason Mitchell Early season post spawn walleye tactics often incorporate live bait rigging and jigging.  Particularly with states like Minnesota and Wisconsin that have a walleye opener, crankbaits often get overlooked on many fisheries and they shouldn’t.  Many anglers…

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By Jason Mitchell Flash back twenty years ago and most river fishing was solely slipping the current with jigs and minnows.  The art of jigging was choosing the right size jig so that you could slip at the same speed…

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