Let’s be honest, walleye books are about as rare as hens’ teeth.
The few that deserve a spot in you personal library are Ron and Al Lindner’s Walleye Wisdom, Doug Stange’s Walleye Location, Dick Sternberg’s Successful Walleye Fishing, Russ Warye’s Walleye! The Top Lakes and Rivers of North America, and Mark Romanack’s Precision Trolling, whose out-of-print crankbait dive curve charts are fetching over a hundred bucks on eBay.
But there hasn’t been anything new on shelves in ages … until now.
Thanks to FLW editor Curt Niedermier and Lake Erie charter captain Ross Robertson, walleye-heads now have reason to rejoice.
The duo’s 160 page Walleye Trolling covers the latest techniques in the walleye trolling game from some of the biggest brains on the water. From young walleye Jedi Joe Okada to the Obi-Wan Kenobi of the sport, Al Lindner, no stone is left unturned.
Although the title Walleye Trolling succinctly describes the fantastic book, it could have easily been subtitled “Everything you wanted to know about walleye trolling but were afraid to ask …”
The book answers those questions many of are too proud or embarrassed to ask. Still not sure how to set up a spread of planer boards? It’s in there. Confused about when and how to set up in-line weights? It’s in there. When it comes to walleye trolling, the book’s like Prego pasta sauce. It’s in there …
I’ve read the book several times and learn something new each reading.
And not only is “Walleye Trolling” packed with some great nitty gritty to help you catch more fish, the collection of walleye pro road stories is nearly worth the price of admission!
Definitely the perfect gift for the walleye angler on your Christmas list!