Wow wow wow:
That’s a bass term but:
> Not everyone that visits the Maumee catches their limit, and those that do are using mostly a single offering. That’s a Carolina rig with a sinker of 3/8- to 1/2-oz or more depending on speed of water current, about 36-40″ of leader, and a brightly colored floating jig with twister tail in chartreuse, orange or pink.
What a serious river walleye angler looks like.
Because of the high pressure and great bite Red Lake had this winter:
> Only one walleye over 26″ may be kept.
New ProNav Marine standalone unit.
April 14-15 in St. Cloud.
Tip of the Day
If you jig, you need to learn this. This is a good video to learn how to tie the knot, which is supposedly better (stronger) than the regular double uni. Interesting is it’s the braid that gets doubled for a stronger knot:
Quote of the Day
I waited around and a guy showed up, and it was Ron Lindner.
– New MN Fishing Hall of Fame member LeRoy Ras talking about who originally showed him how to fish. Tons of stories like that about Ron…and they’re all true!
Shot of the Day
Getting it done river-style: