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Angler with Walleye

Ask any self-respecting walleye angler which season they like best, and spring is likely to be at the top of the list. Coming out of winter, it just feels good to pitch some jigs, hit the rivers, and spend time in the boat. But springtime walleye fishing means you’re contending with mother nature’s temperaments and variable spawning activity, which affect the quality of fishing you might earn on any given day. We tapped some of the best walleye anglers on…

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Crappie Northland Tackle

Early season panfish bites are a rite of spring, happening throughout the country as reliably as budding lilacs, morels pushing and gobbling turkeys. Crappies and bluegills both work their way from mid-winter depths to staging areas, then eventually into shallow cover and structure to spawn. Even perch have a part in the conversation, especially in moving-water scenarios where main river tigers slip into side channels and food-rich backwaters. Each species has its own biological rituals that determine timing, but if…

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Rivers + Jigs = Spring Walleyes. Always has been. Always will be. And no tackle manufacturer is better poised to satisfy your jig needs than Northland Fishing Tackle. The largest jig manufacturer in North America, Northland offers dozens of styles suited for multispecies applications, with a distinct emphasis on walleyes. In this highly informative episode, Northland’s Nick Lindner joins Target Walleye’s Brett McComas to fish the U.S. and Canada’s storied border water, the Rainy River. The boys throw a myriad…

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Angler holding walleye

It’s springtime, and open water has arrived throughout all but the uppermost reaches of North America. For walleye anglers, it’s a yearly ritual that’s hard to beat. Hordes of fish are heading to pre-spawn and spawn locations, bringing on some of the best bites of the entire year – especially in some of the more well-known walleye factories like the Mississippi River, Lake Erie, the Detroit River, the Missouri River, Wisconsin’s Menominee and Fox Rivers, the Rainy River and lots…

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