Author Archives: Jigger

A Thanksgiving to Remember

As any fisherman or outdoor enthusiast knows, weather can define a fishing day, weekend or trip. Weather is fickle. It can be beautiful one moment and brutal the next. It can be heavenly, spontaneous, unpredictable or downright cruel. As Mark … Continue reading

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28.5 inch Personal Best in 2011

This walter had a face that looked like it could swallow a bass whole. It was one of many fish caught in a very quick afternoon of fishing, mid-day, sunny September. Definitely my best outing this year by far. If … Continue reading

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Summer in September and Rogue Walleyes.

It’s no secret that when it comes to successful walleye fishing, location is one of, if not the most important factor. You wouldn’t believe the amount of times I’m asked about where the walleyes are. Those who know me know … Continue reading

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A Silver Sunset

When local guide and absolute walleye and musky nut Mike Rousseau extended an invitation to join him for a day of trolling the elusive St-Lawrence River Musky there was no way I was going to pass it up. He is … Continue reading

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Pure summer gold

It was a hot, calm day on the Franny… And with the promise of a great day’s fishing ahead I was on the water at 7am on Saturday. It just felt like one of those days where you have that … Continue reading

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