Mid-lake reefs, humps, and bars attract walleyes, smallmouths, pike, yellow perch, and other gamefish. But trolling around spooks your quarry during prime low-light conditions when fish are foraging up in the shallows.
Slip-bobber fishing offers an effective solution to this challenge. But when you anchor up, you’re stuck in one spot, and as we’ve established, moving around can shut down the bite. Instead, use this trick to set two anchors and be able to adjust your position silently and subtly to probe other spots on the reef. You’ll need 200 feet of rope for each anchor. [ Read Full Post ]