Always start by surveying a given water body to understand wind, weeds, clarity, depths, fronts, structure, and fishing pressure.
Category: Blogs – Terry Tuma
“Tackle” Terry Tuma talks about the importance of frequently checking, and changing, fishing line – problems with line can reduce the poundage of test line and cause you to lose fish when that weaker line breaks. Keeping an eye out is especially necessary when using mono or fluorocarbon line and not so much when using braided fishing line.
“Tackle” Terry Tuma discusses catching walleyes in the weeds. “T3” says walleyes are often plentiful in the weeds on many lakes because of less fishing and boating pressure in those areas, adding that walleyes can be found on the weed edges, near rocks in the weeds and transition areas.