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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 Over the past few years, pitching or casting to reach shallow walleyes has increased in popularity amongst walleye anglers tenfold. Some fisheries like North Dakota’s Devils Lake have long had a casting cult but pitching or casting…

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By Jason Mitchell Some of the earliest open water walleye fishing opportunities occur each season on river systems and flowages or bottle neck areas that open up because of current.  Open seasons and open water are necessary and there are…

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Matching Up for Ice Walleyes With Jason Mitchell When fish are moving, you can sit on a good spot and catch fish as they push through.  When fish quit moving, you have to push through a spot to keep contacting…

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By Jason Mitchell Each early ice season is almost a space race in regard to reaching spots further out on fishable ice while still being safe.  Simply put, there are just spots that we know will be good and usually,…

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By Jason Mitchell Cooling water temperatures often make the classic fall bites better.  As water temperatures steadily cool come fall and sink below seventy degrees, solid patterns seem to develop.  My favorite patterns are classic breaks and hard bottoms over…

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