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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 Perhaps more than any other year, fall fishing locations can be spot on the spot where specific structural elements hold fish.  An advantage that anglers have when fishing fall patterns is that so often, many fish are…

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By Jason Mitchell The incredible, edible jig.  Walleye anglers love jigs because not only are jigs fun to fish but this presentation is also extremely versatile.  All season, any season, chances are you can use a jig presentation in some…

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By Jason Mitchell Have often heard not to fish memories.  When I look back however over my own fishing career, some of my greatest fishing memories involved trolling deep diving crankbaits over deep water.  So many situations from mid-summer on…

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By Jason Mitchell Large weed covered flats seem to hold walleye particularly through the first half of the summer.  These often-large nondescript locations can be often overlooked by anglers who have been preprogrammed to look for structure.  Depending on the…

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By Jason Mitchell Jerk baits can roll with a lot of different names and monikers.  Twitch baits, minnow baits…. Basically any slender profile, shallow running, minnow shaped hard bait.  The actions and characteristics can vary dramatically amongst different companies and…

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By Jason Mitchell By nature’s design, not all walleye spawn on the same day.  Not all fish use the same reef or tributary.  Spring spawning activity is often staggered.  As a result, post spawn patterns and locations can range all…

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By Jason Mitchell Over the years, if there is one mistake I have made when fishing rivers particularly early in the season… that mistake would be trying to use too light of tackle. The mistake of getting too caught up…

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By Jason Mitchell So many fisheries come to mind where after dark patterns offer some of the best opportunities for catching fish. After dark strategies and locations however can vary dramatically from where we might find fish during daylight or…

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