Posts Tagged ‘Trolling’

Picton Bay walleye
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Picton Bay walleye

Two walleye over 12 pounds in just a few short hours clearly illustrated why Picton Bay is a great choice for trophy walleye hunters.

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Getting lucky breaks

The ones that got away can dominate conversations about angling and hunting. But, there are also times when you catch a break.

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2022 Fishing Survey

Ontario OUT of DOORS’ Fishing Survey 2022 gives participants a chance to win a bucketful of fine CUDA products.

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Going green for walleye

Fishing a greenish bait gives me confidence on many waterbodies. Logically, I know it matches many types of walleye forage.

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Ask an expert: Trolling for brown trout

OOD contributor and veteran Lake Ontario angler Jason Forde provides insight on trolling for brown trout for the first time.

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Trolling with wire for pike and muskie

Trolling with solid-strand wire line isn’t a new concept. Wire is a time-honoured method for muskie, pike, lake trout, and other species.

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Looking at horizontal jigging basics

There is a time and place for rod holders when trolling; whether short or long-lining, pumping the rod can trigger walleye to bite.

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Boat more walleye with artificial worms

When it comes to soft baits, worm profiles regularly put walleye in my boat. Fish can’t resist the thin silhouette and wispy action.

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Paddling for remote walleye

Like many angling-obsessed youths, I would fish whenever and however I could. Canoes and sit-in kayaks were some of the first ways I got off the bank.