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  • Coffee Hour Plus 5/11/2022

    • Just the Facts - Video Short
    • Fluorocarbon Line - Blog
    • Fluorocarbon line has become a main stay in the fishing world the past decade or so. But do you know which is the right fluorocarbon line for each presentation?

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    Fluorocarbon line has become a main stay in the fishing world the past decade or so. But do you know which is the right fluorocarbon line for each presentation? Picking the best fluorocarbon line is critical to fishing success.

     

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    Gorpers, Gorpers, Gorpers!

     

  • Coffee Hour Plus 5/4/2022

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  • Coffee Hour Plus 4/20/2022

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    Plastic bodies on heavy jigs has become the standard presentation on the Detroit River and other large river systems over the past decade. Live bait is becoming much less common since plastics are available in countless size, shapes and colors, and of course, they never die! Getting the correct size and shape of plastic is more important than color every day!

     

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    Talking weather conditions the good and the bad. What is your least favorite weather condition?

     

  • Coffee Hour Plus 4/03/2022

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    The Detroit River is one of the nations best walleye destinations, especially in the spring. While lots of presentations will catch fish, vertical jigging with heavy jigs (3/4 and 1 ounce) is the one most often used. Heavy current, walleye using deeper water and fish spread out all make vertical jigging the best option most days, but doing it properly requires the right gear. Here is how I prefer to “gear up” for vertical jigging.

     

  • Coffee Hour Plus 3/28/2022

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    Other than jigs, crankbaits probably catch more springtime walleye than any other lure. Crankbaits are the perfect mixture of action, size, shape and color to trigger the often picky walleye in the cold waters of spring. But, what should you look for in a crankbait for spring fishing? Let’s look at a few things to think about when picking a crankbait this spring.

     

  • Coffee Hour Plus 3/22/2022

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    Dirty water, especially in the spring, is something all walleye anglers will be faced with. Walleye need to see a lure before they will hit it and appealing to the major senses of smell and vibration can help you catch more dirty water walleye. Lance covers how to use scent and the “right” sound to catch more fish whenever you are faced with the challenge of dirty water.

     

  • Coffee Hour Plus 3/14/2022

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    Water color and clarity are two important factors when putting together a fish catching pattern. Water color and clarity will determine the best areas to fish, how close to the fish your lure needs to be, the best colors for the day and more. Learning the simple Teachin Fishin system makes it easy to make good decisions based on color and clarity every day on the water.