Improve Your Walleye Fishing In 7 Videos
April 27, 2017
Walleye fishing is popular in the U.S. for some really good reasons.
They're a challenge to catch, they fight hard, and they taste great on the dinner table.
And now is a great time to go get you some.
With the help of our fellowÂ Outdoors Sportsman GroupÂ family members In-Fisherman andÂ theÂ World Fishing Network,Â we dug up some YouTube videos with expert tips and tactics advice on walleye fishing.
Here areÂ 7Â videos that mightÂ help you catch a limitÂ onÂ your next trip.
Gigantic Bay of Quinte Walleye!
Doug Stange and Kevin Lavers troll Rapala crankbaits to catch BIG Bay of Quinte, Ontario walleyes.
Early Season River Walleyes
Rivers are often where the first and best walleye action begins.
Fort Peck Walleyes
Doug Stange and Jim Muzynoski target walleyes on Fort Peck Reservoir in Montana.
Catching Walleyes In Weeds
A populations of walleyes live in the weeds all year round and you can catch them with the right lures and presentations.
Swimbait For Big Walleyes
Doug Stange deploys the Berkley Powerbait Flatback Shad to catch big Bay of Quinte, Ontario walleyes.
Back Trolling with Bob Izumi
Learn how Bob Izumi uses his motor to back troll for walleye with jigs. See how fisherman can maximize their catch with this very effective walleye fishing technique. Bob provides advice on how to troll for walleye with jigs using variable speeds. Learn how to judge walleye fishing areas by using fishing electronics. Bob Izumi also explains how wind directions play an important part in determining the best fishing course. Back trolling for walleye is not only fun but an easy way to catch fish.
Gulp Minnow Head for Walleye
Bob Izumi uses a 4 inch gulp minnow head to fish for walleye.