When the walleye action slowed down late in the summer many anglers thought the fish lost their teeth. It made sense, some of the walleyes that were caught had red looking gums and there had to be a reason for the lack of success.
As we anglers transition into the warmer summer months we need to change tactics and alter our presentations for catching walleyes. Things have changed since the opener and now we are faced with very warm water, algae water and still high water levels. July is when I begin to change over to live bait rigging [...]
The art of reading rivers takes time on the water and a special focus that many anglers strive to achieve.
I have been fishing river systems thru the past four decades and I have found a certain commonness among many rivers even though they can vary in depth, vary in age and are made up of very different ingredients.