Browsing: Walleye

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 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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By Jason Mitchell Over the past decade, aggressive search tactics for walleye have been trending across many fisheries, particularly large bodies of water where the sheer acreage can be daunting.  The lures combine with the mobility and mentality which allows…

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By Jason Mitchell For diehard anglers, fall fishing may be the most coveted time of the year.  While every angler seems to participate for season openers and early season weekends, many anglers put the rods away and park the boat…

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By Jason Mitchell Current attracts walleye any time of the year and what might surprise many anglers is just how much current affects walleye location and movements throughout the season.  Even large natural lakes have currents that occur as wind…

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with Jason Mitchell Trolling patterns that cover water and break down big locations with crankbaits often seem to dominate the walleye scene come mid summer.  As fish pull out over deep contours or basins and in some cases suspend over…

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By Jason Mitchell I make no secret for my love for shallow weed pattern walleyes.  These fish are aggressive and will hit baits with force.  Spend any time chasing muskies and sooner or later, don’t be surprised to find your…

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