Jason Mitchell Outdoors | Trolling Hornets for Walleye on Lake Sakakawea

Trolling Hornets for Walleye on Lake Sakakawea

Published on Mar 2, 2019
Summer trolling tactics for catching walleye with lead core line and crank baits. We cover water with the Salmo 4.5 Rattling Hornets using lead core line which is a deadly tactic for catching fish when the bite gets tough when there is no wind and perfectly flat conditions.

Jason Mitchell joins Jeff Jacob on the Van Hook Arm of Lake Sakakawea. A massive reservoir on the Missouri River that has been producing incredible walleye fishing. Trolling lead core on deep contours and off deep flats in twenty to thirty feet of water during the middle of July. These deep trolling tactics work on Lake Sakakawea through much of July and into August, September and October. Tips on how to spool lead core line and how to contour troll to catch more walleye. Great down the basics for using lead core to find and catch more walleye this season.




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Jason Mitchell is a professional angler, and outdoor writer. Host of Jason Mitchell Outdoors Television, he is a renown multi-species and ice angler, and owner of Devils Lake, North Dakota's, Mitchell's Devils Lake Guide Service.