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Walleye Fishing 101 What to take

Walleye Fishing 101 What to take

Walleye Fishing 101 What to take
by walleyecrazy839 » Fri Feb 26, 2010 5:26 pm

Putting together a trip menu ,
A: Maps
B rods
1 2-4 lead core with count down reels
2 2-4 count downs with mono/power pro.
3 2-4 jiggin rods/slip bobber rods
4 2-4 Bottom bouncer rods
5 2-4 live bait rigs/spinner rigs.
C: All the cranks /spinners/jigs plastics/lead to fish walleye/.Line/

Coolers for bait 2 flats of crawlers,5 lbs leeches
Back up trolling motor /graphs gps.
Cooler for snacks food ,Drinks/ If room small freezer.smaller carry on coolers,Lots of Ice.............
Knives-bags clothes -
if im lucky I get a patern and leave 2/3 in the room ready to pack up for the trip home.I love walleye fishing.walleyecrazy839
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Re: Walleye Fishing 101 What to take
by Buckshot » Fri Feb 26, 2010 5:49 pm

Wow. Sounds like you have done this a time or two before.
Good Luck when you get there.Buckshot
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Re: Walleye Fishing 101 What to take
by walleyecrazy839 » Fri Feb 26, 2010 6:18 pm

Buckshot , I took my first trip to a striper lake in ark. with a 17 foot tryhull.then started going to the Dakotas been going for 24 years.We have it down to a art now,most gets stored in the motel on Devils lake we jigged up a 27" eye the next day we pulled spinners and hung another 27" eye the 3rd day we pulled cranks and again another 27" eye. Have some great trips to go back and look at movies and stills when I get to old or feable to go.Now I'm taking my Grand son soon Ill have him trained so when I really get old.We never hire guides it's a pride thing.walleyecrazy839
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Re: Walleye Fishing 101 What to take
by jigger » Sat Feb 27, 2010 4:50 am

Thats his stuff for going to Clinton Melvern Pomona and Perry!!! You should see it when he really goes on a trip!!! jigger
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Re: Walleye Fishing 101 What to take
by walleyecrazy839 » Sat Feb 27, 2010 11:38 am

Look who talking ,My boat was 5 mph slower with your tackle in the boat.
But the results were worth it .walleyecrazy839
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Re: Walleye Fishing 101 What to take
by jigger » Sat Feb 27, 2010 8:33 pm

At our age it's not about how fast you get there, it's how big a load do you carry!!! Or also, He with the most toys always wins!!!

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