Monthly Archives: July 2016

Best Piece of Perch Fishing Equipment: the Catch Counter

I have my perch rigs all made up, the St. Croix rods with fresh line on the reel’s spools, are ready to go.  My Clam insulated buckets are downstairs, fresh batteries in the bubbler.  Even got the net in the … Continue reading

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Match Perch Rigs to the Conditions

  The question is, does it matter which type of perch rig you use?  The answer would be yes of course, just as certain crankbaits work better when water temps dictate their use, or certain spinner blades work best depending on … Continue reading

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The Art of the Turn (Walleye Trolling)

So you went to a walleye seminar about trolling on the Great Lakes, and one of the topics was on how to speed up your lures without racing your engine.  This is easy to do, and I am sure they … Continue reading

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Quick Way to Protect your Trolling Rod Tips

This is just a quick tip, but will add years to the life to eye on your rod that everyone refers to as the “tip”. You are out trolling, you get a walleye on the other end, and the fight … Continue reading

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