walleye-teeth

How To Catch Walleye In The Weeds

Not enough attention is given to fishing for walleyes in weeds and aquatic vegetation. Let’s give the bass a little break and take a look at some fun, unconventional, but effective ways to catch walleyes in the weeds. Why look for walleyes in the weeds? When should I look there? What should I use? Mystery Tackle Box to the rescue. …

trolling tips

7 Trolling Tactics That Will Catch You More Fish

By late-summer and early fall, walleyes across much of their territory are pretty much locked into their feeding patterns, focusing on gaining as much weight as possible heading into the fall. In the Great Lakes, inland reservoirs, and river systems, this means that walleyes are spread out, and chasing any available baitfish. For that reason, trolling is the number one technique …

kamooki smart craw

Introducing The Kamooki Smart Craw, A Revolutionary Lipless Crank

Welcome to the lipless crank revolution, starring the Kamooki Smart Craw. The tackle industry is rapidly changing, and one of the key ways its happening is through the integration of new technologies. In plastics, it’s the high tech CAD designed molds and multi-color injection process. In hard baits, it’s the advent of internal weighting systems, advanced polymers, and high tech …

finding walleye

Finding Walleye After The Spawn: Where To Look

During the pre-spawn and spawn, walleye anglers are blessed with some of the best fishing of the season. The fish are shallow, and feed all day long as they complete their spawning ritual. Then, as they finish up they disappear – creating some of the toughest fishing of the year. It’s not that walleye’s don’t eat during the post-spawn; it’s …