Fishing the Maumee River Walleye Run: Walleye Run

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At some point, most anglers realize their sport is so much more than catching a walleye. For me, it is the enjoyment of the spring sun warming my face on a cold morning. It's the time shared with my father and brother on the water. It's the cold splash of water from a walleye as I release him back for another day. It's the feeling of excitement when the reel screams out a cry from a walleye.
The exhilaration overtook me at a young age and keeps me traveling back to continue the ...
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Overview

At some point, most anglers realize their sport is so much more than catching a walleye. For me, it is the enjoyment of the spring sun warming my face on a cold morning. It's the time shared with my father and brother on the water. It's the cold splash of water from a walleye as I release him back for another day. It's the feeling of excitement when the reel screams out a cry from a walleye.
The exhilaration overtook me at a young age and keeps me traveling back to continue the quest each year. It has been 25 years since I began my journey. Today I feel the need to share those experiences with others standing along the shores of the Maumee River. Inside these pages you will find a lifetime of experience fishing walleye on the river.
The purpose of this book is to help you become more knowledgeable about fishing the walleye run. There are special techniques that only work in the Maumee River, secret tips only known by local fishermen, and timeframes to target trophy walleyes. When I look over the river there are more unproductive locations then productive. In these pages I will walk you through identifying the key locations regardless of the weather or river conditions. This will unlock the key for success even under the toughest conditions of rising water or cold fronts.
Beyond techniques I have had the opportunity to study the walleye senses. A scientific look into walleye has helped me understand why some fishing techniques work and others do not. We will dig deep to explain vision as it relates to lure color; taste and smell as it relates to impregnated and spray on scent; lateral line and hearing as it relates to lure vibrations and boat noise.
The ultimate question is answered within these pages. Where are the best locations to fish for walleye on the Maumee River? This book reaches far beyond the basics techniques, perfect for a novice or experienced walleye hunter. This is the most extensive information written on the Maumee River Walleye Run today. I firmly believe the knowledge and experience you will glean from these pages will help you become an extremely successful walleye river fisherman.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615603926
  • Publisher: Brian Miller
  • Publication date: 3/1/2012
  • Pages: 222
  • Sales rank: 799,040
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.47 (d)

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