Jeff Weaver

If I had to describe the perfect day to go walleye fishing it would go something like this: There would be a nice cloud cover with no precipitation, the wind would be from the southwest creating a manageable walleye chop and the water temperatures would still be cool enough to support my all-time favorite bait, the spot tail shiner.

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Duck hunters in general are an odd lot. Where else can you find a comparison to someone who enjoys sitting outside in a swamp when the temperature is hovering below freezing or the sleet and snow are blowing sideways at hurricane force speeds.

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The winter of 2012-2013, will be the determining factor and focal point of many discussions that sportsmen and women will have when coming up with strategies of how to approach late season turkey hunting, and opening walleye season strategies this year.

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Being a very gregarious person off the ice, I am a stickler on the ice for privacy. It’s really not a people thing but rather I have found getting away from the masses on the ice means better success for this angler. Ice anglers as a group tend to flock to community spots during the [...]

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It’s only natural to equate waterfowl hunting with water, but take the water out of water fowling and you have created the perfect recipe for introducing kids and inexperienced hunters to a sure fire way to have a great time afield.

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To some serious walleye anglers pulling high priced leeches, or a plumb aired up crawler, the constant rattle of a sunfish pecking at your bait, trying to get a meal is about enough to drive one crazy.

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