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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 Lots to like about fishing for walleye in the fall.  Traditionally some of the very best fishing of the entire season particularly for trophy class fish.  Great fishing, big fish and less people… Always amazes us that…

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By Jason Mitchell Crankbait trolling for walleye is so effective come mid-summer.  Besides covering water, crankbaits also simply trigger fish.  Most of the prominent trolling patterns in the Midwest are basin, contour or open water orientated.  Trolling crankbaits is popular…

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By Jason Mitchell Rigging has continued to evolve over the years and remains a deadly way for catching walleye throughout the season.  Rigging can be a lot of different things depending on the angler and region.  The classic live bait…

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By Jason Mitchell Trusting your electronics has become cliché with walleye fishing but there is an art to distinguishing what you see on your electronics.  There are also so many situations where you just won’t mark fish right below the…

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By Jason Mitchell In so many cases, the fall sets up the early ice bite.  At the very least, what happens as the lake freezes sets the course for the beginning of winter.  There are variables each winter that influence…

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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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