Weed Walleye

Lance Valentine of Teachin Fishin loves to catch walleye in the weeds! In this seminar, Lance cover the best weeds for walleye, understanding how weed walleye relate to cabbage, coontail and other green structure. Lance breaks down weed walleye patterns and some of his favorite presentations including slip bobbers, jigs with live bait, the “weed drift rig”, casting crankbaits, trolling crankbaits and more. 

 

Heavy Current

Walleye love current, and heavy current like that in the Detroit River, St. Clair River, Saginaw River, Mississippi River, Niagara River, and more calls for specific boat control and fishing patterns. This seminar will cover boat control for heavy current, boat rigging for jigging, sonar and GPS usage in rivers and tips on locating walleye in current. Lance focuses on the core presentation for walleye in current, vertical jigging.

  

Trolling Basics

Proper walleye trolling is not just driving around with lures behind the boat, and in this seminar Lance Valentine of Teachin Fishin covers all you need to get started being a productive walleye troller. Picking the correct walleye trolling rod, line counter reel, trolling line and terminal tackle is essential, and Lance covers it all. The proper boat rigging for trolling, trolling rod holders, inline planer boards and trolling releases is also covered.

Trolling Advanced

Proper walleye trolling is not just driving around with lures behind the boat, and in this seminar Lance Valentine of Teachin Fishin covers all you need to get started being a productive walleye troller. Picking the correct walleye trolling rod, line counter reel, trolling line and terminal tackle is essential, and Lance covers it all. The proper boat rigging for trolling, trolling rod holders, inline planer boards and trolling releases is also covered.

Sonar 2D

The fastest way to catch more fish is to spend more time fishing where they live! In this seminar Lance Valentine of Teachin Fishin uses his nearly 4 decades of studying sonar to help you with 2D sonar interpretation. In easy to understand examples, Lance explains how sonar works, best settings for you sonar, sonar cone angles, how fish arches work, high speed sonar readings, determining bottom hardness, identifying gamefish and baitfish, proper transducer installation and more…a “must see” for all anglers, using any brand of sonar!

Sonar Side Scan and Down Scan

All of Lance’s secrets to using SideScan and DownScan are uncovered in this seminar.  Lance explains how SideScan works, how DownScan works, coverage areas of DownScan and SideScan, proper settings for DownScan and SideScan, how to interpret fish on SideScan and DownScan, using DownScan and SideScan at high speeds and so much more. If you invested in the technology, this is the best way to learn how to use it to it’s maximum potential! 

  

Spoon Fed Walleye

Not all walleyes get caught on crawler harnesses, minnows, or crankbaits; in fact growing number of anglers are catching walleyes on spoons. Spoon fishing for walleyes can be an extremely effective way of catching them deep, shallow, or even in the middle zone. Anglers can learn quickly the basics of spoon fishing if they have the right teacher. Lance  explains basic spoon fishing techniques; in addition to giving some pro tips to catching walleyes.

  

  

Spinner Magic

Crawler harnesses, blades, beads, colors and so much more is covered about spinners in this video. Spinners are one of the most effective lures for catching walleyes anywhere they swim. They can be fished shallow, deep, or in between depending on how the angler presents them. Knowing which spinner and technique will increase how many walleye you will catch.

Captain Lance Valentine breaks down having the right equipment when fishing with spinners for walleye. The key to his rod is having one that has a soft tip but with a good backbone and medium or medium heavy action.

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Membership Courses

Catching More & Bigger Fish
January
Introduction and application of the TF system/what the 8 steps are and how to use them to catch more fish/focus on the “why” of each step.
Walleye in Rivers - The Details
February
Walleye can be caught in rivers, big and small in the spring we focus on smaller and large rivers with presentations that work and new presentation ideas
Opening Day Walleye      
March
The focus is inland and non-Great Lakes early season walleye fishing, especially in marginal walleye waters including lakes and rivers
Wind Waves and Weather
April
Focus this month is on how the three W’s affect walleye movement all year, with an emphasis on spring to summer transition and how these play a vital role