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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 Weeds hold walleyes all summer long but aquatic vegetation can become even more appealing in the fall when water temperatures drop.  While many productive patterns can emerge, what can be so appealing about weed fish come fall…

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By Jason Mitchell Fall fishing is typically some of the best fishing of the entire season. Fish start to bulk up with egg mass and the late open water time-period is a coveted season for many anglers looking to target…

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By Jason Mitchell Historically, trolling structure come mid-summer was “big picture thinking” in that we chose long contours and consistent break lines where we could put lures behind the boat and go.  Because of the amount of line behind the…

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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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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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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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