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Walleye Speed Trolling
Catch More Fish than the Other Boats Using this Tactic

When speed trolling, start with one of your favorite crankbaits, most all Walleye anglers have at least a few. Make sure the crankbait you pick has a wide body, and a wobble that is wide as well.

It is also a good idea to make sure that the crankbait chosen will work in various depths. Using a snap to attach the crankbait or lure will help make lure changes much faster and easier.

If you troll at various speeds and the crankbaits are not working, switch to a lure which dives deeper. Start in the deepest depth around the outside area of the weeds, and use enough weight to get the depth you need while trolling at higher speeds.

Keep your line as short as possible while still keeping the lure right where you want it. This will allow you to maneuver the lure better, keeping right on to of the Walleye.

You want to be able to reach the depth the weedline is at. Troll from deeper water to shallow water, at a fairly rapid pace, between three and five miles an hour. Work back and forth between the depths, keeping your boat positioned right outside the edge of the weedbed.

As always, please make safety your #1 concern when out on the water. Speed trolling is an effective tactic, but only when it's performed with the utmost care. Stay safe out there!


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