TJ Hester talks Walleye Jigging while fishing the Columbia River for January Walleye. Jig fishing requires attention to detail in order to maximize your walleye bites. If you’re going to jig for walleye – pay attention to this video!
TJ talks about line angle and scope, as well as the cadence and feel of walleye jigging bites. You’ll find this is an excellent technique for fishing Walleye around structure.
We typically fish braided line and leaders tied with a double-uni-knot. This is a simple yet effective way to jig walleye.
You’ll jig for walleye different in the winter and cold months than you would during summer or fall. Summer and fall typically you can be more erratic and exaggerated with your jigging as the fish will react to the jig.
You can book with TJ for Columbia Walleye Fishing trips at www.hesterssportfishing.com
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