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Michigan's Winter Walleye Waters


Okay, admit it. Where else can you go besides Michigan to enjoy non-stop consecutive seasons of great walleye fishing? Spring, summer, fall and winter each offer opportunity after opportunity for anglers to cash in on this aquatic gold.

As a hard-core walleye fanatic myself, I barely have time to tire of one season's method of catching my creel of 'eyes when the fish's own natural, calendar-driven instincts cause me to shift gears into another fun-filled technique.

It doesn't matter whether I'm offering up jigs while drifting with the current during the spring, trolling Michigan Stinger spoons off planer boards during the summer or casting to shallow flats during a fall night for trophy walleyes preparing for the winter, these fish are just plain fun to catch!   more...


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Seeing an article from Jim Barta, who happens to be one of DWF's own is truely good. I have known jim for a few years now and I know what he writes about he also knows about. Jim is a great fisherman and a great guy to give answers to fishing our waters. Thanks Jim for another great piece of work and I will be letting all the DWF members know where to find your article in the Micigan Sportsman and will be listing the ULR for this article in the Fish N the Net section of the Eye Catcher. Thanks also to H2oNotes for putting the link in the electronic newsletter that carries so many great articles and traverses so many subjects related to our fisheries. Pat Waite Editor , Eye Catcher The Official Publication of DWF.1/5/2005 4:05:43 AM
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