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Andrew Martinsen's Walleye Fishing Update

Jigs That Catch Walleye
Put More Fish On Your Hook With These Jigs

There are hundreds or even thousands of different jigs that can be used to fish for Walleye, but what are some of the best Walleye fishing jigs you will find? You canít go wrong with a Fuzz-E-Grub.

The plastic body is soft and feels natural and the small tail made from marabou feather allows the jig to swim slightly in a natural manner.

This jig has been around a long time, and is one of the most trusted jigs there are.


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Take the jig and move it through the water quickly, and keep up a continuous movement with the bait. This will normally attract any active fish in the area, and can be a very effective jig to use to increase your Walleye success rate.

Work the weed bed edges and any shallow humps that are present, because this is normally where the Walleye are most active a lot of the time.

Start with a Fuzz-E-Grub jig that weighs between one eighth and one fourth of an ounce, and move up in weight after changing the color and the bait being presented.

One of the best Walleye fishing jigs, and one of the most popular during certain seasons, is the Slo-Poke WeedMaster.

Illustration of the Slo-Poke WeedMaster There is a weed guard on this jig that is made from fiber, so it does not scare the fish away like many other jigs intended for fishing the weeds.

The guard deflects the weeds and prevents snags without lowering your success rate.

Because the distribution of the weight is centered on the hook with this jig it is easier to maneuver around obstacles.

During the spring, walleye fishing these jigs can be indispensable, and the same is true for most of the summer.

Weeds are a good spot for catching record numbers and sizes of Walleyes, and they are usually found in deep weeds.

A Mustad hook ensures that once you catch the fish with this jig there is no getting away.

Another jig that is one of the best when it comes to Walleye fishing is the Odd'ball Jig.

These jigs come in a wide variety of colors, sizes, and weights, and the color on these jigs is a new Glow-In-Color finish using the latest in technology.

These jigs work very well in low light conditions, such as night fishing, overcast or cloudy days, and in darker waters where visibility is impaired.

The PurpleTiger version of the Odd'ball Jig is catching people a lot of fish on rivers, and many of their colors can be used in many conditions.


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