Keeping Your Bait on the Hooks

When the walleyes cannot get to your hooks because the silver bass and white perch keeping stripping live crawlers off your hooks, its time to switch up a lil bit and tilt the odds in your favor.  Sure you have read it before on here, but this is that time of the year when the swipers are in full action.  Put on a plastic worm, like the Impulse Nightcrawler from Northland Tackle and put more fish in the boat.

About Mason

Born off the Detroit River, raised in Ida and on Lake Erie. Anything fishing holds my interest from Walleye, Pike and Muskie to a 10 year run on the Ice Fishing Circuits around the MidWest.
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2 Responses to Keeping Your Bait on the Hooks

  1. CarrieZ says:

    Great video!!

  2. Mason says:

    It is a really well done video Carrie, and its an extremely effective way to keep your hooks baited throughout your trip. Just one of these worms can take up to 15 fish, and it seems to work best when there is a lot of competition below between the walleye and silver bass/white perch and sheepshead/drum

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