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Why Andrew Martinsen Loves Fishing with Reef Runners

The Bait that Reaches the Walleye

Hi, Andrew Martinsen here. The Reef Runner Company may have started out small but they have made a huge impact on the fishing world.

The Ripstick is a great shallow runner. When cast, this lure can reach eight foot depths. Anglers can successfully troll this lure at around the eleven foot mark. This lure has a 'V-bill' which allows it to be trolled at higher speeds than most minnow replicas. It has a built in rattle and cuts a wide path under the water.

The Ripshad 200 and Ripshad 400 are both designed to produce noise in the water. They both have hard finishes which make them pretty durable. If you find yourself fishing areas with heavy rock beds, you will want to opt for a lure that can withstand a beating.

You can cast or troll either one. The Ripshad 200 will reach a seven foot depth when cast but will go as far as sixteen feet down when trolled. The Ripshad 400 will go as far as eight foot when cast and can dive as deep as eighteen feet when trolled.

Sometimes either Ripshad can become "out of tune". This just means that they are running either to the left or right instead of staying center in the casting or trolling path. To correct this, bend the front eyelet of the lure slightly to the right if the lure is pulling to the left in the water. Do the reverse if you have a right runner on the line.

When you need to hit the deeper marks in order to reach the walleye you can choose either a Deep Little Ripper or a Reef Runner. The Deep Little runner is very similar in look and function to the Little Ripper. The difference is that it will reach ten foot depths when cast and up to twenty-one feet when trolled.

The Reef Runner is a rattling minnow style that dives deep and quickly. It has a very discernable action even in the deep waters. The big, finicky walleye ladies can't seem to get enough of this lure. It will reach depths of fifteen when cast and up to twenty-eight feet when trolled.

The Reef Runner line also has the Cicada available. This bug imitator has a lot of vibration and darting movement built in. This lure moves the best on the fall so it works optimally when vertically fished around structure.

The Reef Runner line may have started out in a basement but it has come a long way up the fishing lure food chain. Whether you want to troll deep or shallow waters, there is a Reef Runner lure that will get the job done. Grab the keys, the cooler and have a great day luring the walleye in.

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25 Inch Walleye Caught at Lake of the Woods

Walleye Fishing Secrets Student Shares an Awesome Catch


Here's a 25 inch walleye caught at Lake of the Woods, Ontario. The picture is a great memento for me.

I caught it drifting. We caught it amongst some smaller ones that ended up on the dinner table.

Your advice was helpful in making my trip successful. Thank you!"

- Russell K.

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