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Berkley School Of Walleye
Jan. 30, 2013 by Sheldon Hatch
2013 Toronto Sportsmen's Show
Are you looking to
learn more about walleye
fishing?
If your
answer is a resounding
“Yes!” then you need
to attend The Berkley
School ...
Navionics - Toronto Boat Show
Jan. 17, 2013 by Sheldon Hatch
Visit Navionics booth at
the Toronto
International Boat Show.
Drop by the booth and
check out all the great
features for 2013....
Uni Knot - A favourite knot
Oct. 12, 2012 by Sheldon Hatch
Here is a quick little
video from Berkley that
shows how to tie a Uni
to Uni or AKA Double Uni
Knot. I use this knot
all the time out in the
boat to a...
Post
 

Slow Death Tidbit

walleye waters ON
Feb. 29, 2012
 
A new product is out for this season that is going to be great for walleye and slow death hooks. Check out the new Berkley 2" Pinched Crawlers which come in small jars and the great half packs that you can easily store or place in your pocket. I got to test these last season and they are the ticket for slow death! The action on a slow death hook is amazing with these floating crawler tidbits and no more wasting half your bait.

Berkley 2" Floating Pinched Crawler - www.berkley-fishing.com
On Feb. 29, 2012
Shane Turcotte Wrote:

Hey Sheldon

Got my shipment the other day. I really like the 3 inch minnow fry
but interested to see how these work.
On Feb. 29, 2012
Sheldon Hatch Wrote:

Shane - My favourite slow-death bait the past few years has been the
Gulp 3" Fry in pumpkinseed, very soft and easy to pinch off to get
just the right size of rotation for those finicky walleye.
On Feb. 29, 2012
David W. Reid Wrote:

Thanks for the heads up, going to have to pick some up.
On Feb. 29, 2012
Craig Lister Wrote:

Great looking bait !! I will have to try them out.
On Mar. 1, 2012
Greg Klatt Wrote:

Nice color and looking bait Sheldon. Question I have is how much did
my good friend Mr. Hockley pay you for the post? lol! Just kidding
buddy and keep up the great work! ... G.
On Mar. 1, 2012
Leavon Peleikis Wrote:

Look deadly, when are they out?
On Mar. 3, 2012
Denis Martin Wrote:

Happy to know that they work good, I got my shipment two months ago,
I will be testing these at the Brimley Can/Am for sure.
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14 and 16 lb. Yellow Eye
Feb. 29, 2012|By Michael Baggett
I take catch and release very seriously, but this fish was delicious!!! We are cruising around in Sea Otter Sound, AK and I saw this pinnacle come up from 400' to 200' ft. I drop down and wham! Up comes a beautiful 16 lb Yellow Eye. I back the boat down for another drop, when my partner aks, "What ...

My Boat
Feb. 29, 2012|By Carl Liscumb
2007 Princecrat 164ss - 75hp Mercury

Fall Trout in the Mountains
Feb. 29, 2012|By Michael Baggett
Oh man, this is so peaceful and so fun.

Oh Happy Day
Feb. 29, 2012|By Michael Baggett
I love my Dirty Jigs.

Move over Walleye Here come the Smallies
Feb. 29, 2012 | Cordingly Lake Nakina,Ont, ON|By Craig Santala

A True Vacation for Bass Anglers
Feb. 29, 2012|By Michael Baggett
This was an amazing trip that I will look forward to every year.

Follow Up on Classic Victory II
Feb. 29, 2012|By Michael Baggett
Experiencing success helps one realize just how important those partner/sponsors really are. The boat and electronics have been upgraded since we did this video.

Follow Up on Classic Victory I
Feb. 29, 2012|By Michael Baggett
Winning is always a team thing not possible without those who believe in us and support us in this sport.

Humminbird 360 deg Imaging
Feb. 29, 2012 | , ON|By Derek Strub
Here is another link to a second video showing Humminbirds latest technology, 360 Imaging. Sorry but you may have to copy and paste it in your browser if it won't click and open. Derek http://bcove.me/mnirc2rc...

Fly tips for under the float for steelhead
Feb. 29, 2012 | Lake o, ON|By Matthew Branton
After my report the other day bye bye Mr. stone fly I had a few questions sent to me asking what type and style of flies and jig flies I use so here it is. When using a fly or jig fly under the float you do not need to run lots of weight near your bait I always try to keep about a 24” between my ...

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