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  • Podcast: Trophy Walleye Season on the Columbia River
    February 9, 2022

    Podcast: Trophy Walleye Season on the Columbia River

    This week's podcast breaks down early spring walleye fishing and why it's your best chance to get a 10-pounder in the boat or, even better, a state record. We take you up the Columbia River system and provide tips and tactics on how to target walleye this time of year.
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  • Why the Smile Blade is Every Walleye Anglers' Favorite Spinner Blade
    February 8, 2022

    Why the Smile Blade is Every Walleye Angler's Favorite Spinner Blade

    The Smile Blade excels when trolled slowly, as they require hardly any speed to make the blade turn correctly. Since they're able to spin at speeds as slow as 1/4 mph without any loss in action and flash, it makes them a perfect early and late season option for waterbodies, such as the Missouri River reservoirs, as well as small sloughs or natural lakes.
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  • Utilizing the Smile Blade for Walleye Fishing
    November 2, 2021

    Walleye: Enhance Your Presentation with a Smile Blade

    The versatility of the Mack’s Lure Smile Blade makes it a critical part of every walleye angler’s arsenal. The Smile Blade 0.8, the smallest size Mack’s Lure offers, makes for a perfect added attractant for a live bait rig without stealing the show.
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  • Drive Walleye Wild This Fall
    October 1, 2021

    Drive Walleye Wild This Fall

    With all due respect to spring, summer, and winter — all marginal times of the year with debatable qualities — none of those fraud seasons hold a candle to fall, the clear heavyweight when it comes to all things that matter, including walleye fishing.
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  • Pro Tips: Bottom Bouncing Basics for Walleye
    September 1, 2021

    Pro Tips: Bottom Bouncing Basics for Walleye

    Bottom bouncers have become a staple of the walleye fishing industry. The reason they are so popular is because they are easy to run, versatile, and just downright catch fish. This setup is so simple, yet can have so many alterations and difference styles of fishing.

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