Some people may only catch one 10-pound walleye in their life. By any standards, a specimen that size is worthy of the wall. Then there's Lake Erie guide Ross Robertson, who has more teen walleye to his credit than most Great Lakes anglers could ever hope for. Early this April, Robertson and host Joe Cermele rolled the dice right after ice-out and managed to hit a good weather day in Port Clinton, OH, during this iffy time of year. Put bluntly, the result was one of the most insane trophy walleye days the two could have possibly imagined.
Learn more about the tactics and tackle used during this episode, plus all the info you need to make this same trip.
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By Joe Cermele
You may recall a few months ago I ran a post about how much I just adore articulated streamers. They're pretty much all I use for trout these days. Well, after the Somerset Fly Show, I now also adore Fish Skull's Articulated Shanks. Check out the video. Fly tyers...this one's for you.
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