Lure Fishing #111 – Swimbait Jig Fishing for Walleye and Smallmouth Bass
Total smallmouth bass in the video: 8
Total walleye in the video: 5
Total common carp in the video: 1
Best walleye in the video: 0:00
Best smallmouth bass in the video: 4:10
Best common carp in the video: 13:05
Walleye haul: 25:54
I was jig fishing at a river in New York during late spring or early summer (mid June, 2015). I was jigging swimbait jigs around a dam for walleye and smallmouth bass. I ended up catching walleye, bass, and carp, and I lost one or two big smallmouth bass (master angler length).
This is one of many videos in the Lure Fishing series — watch others for triple-digit numbers of fish, trophy fish, the tips and techniques I pick up along the way, and more!
This 9 part seminar, presented by Seth Burrill of the Angler’s Xperience, will help you understand the walleye and how to become more efficient at catching them. If you love walleye fishing this seminar is definitely for you.
People in Minnesota are obsessed with walleye; besides being the state fish, it’s also on nearly every restaurant menu. Zagat editor Molly Moker heads to the Land of 10,000 Lakes to learn more about the region’s humble fish — including how to catch one. For more episodes of Food Tripping With Molly, subscribe to Zagat:
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If you spend 30+ years on television, you can’t fake enthusiasm. That’s why, through all these years, a natural bond has developed between Babe Winkelman and the people who watch him fish and hunt on TV. As the host of “Good Fishing” and “Outdoor Secrets,” Babe has succeeded in fulfilling his dream of being self-employed in the outdoors industry through a combination of hard work, good business instincts, and a gift for communicating his love of hunting and fishing.
Today, Babe Winkelman is many things: Husband, father, sportsman, television personality and businessman. He is an achiever, and has been recognized for his successes. In 1992, he was inducted into the prestigious Sports Legends Hall of Fame (alongside the world’s best athletes in baseball, football, boxing, etc.) by the Touchdown Club of Columbus, Ohio. Babe is the only outdoors figure to be so honored before or since. He was inducted into the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame in 1988; and the Minnesota Fishing Hall of Fame in 2001. In 2007 he earned the “Excellence In Craft” award from the Outdoor Writers Association of America. Babe has spoken before American Presidents and has rubbed elbows with Hollywood stars.
About Babe Winkelman
Prior to building himself into a fishing and hunting icon, Babe Winkelman built buildings. He formed the Winkelman Building Corporation in 1969, and the company quickly grew. Babe’s passion for fishing and hunting grew too. He had a burning desire to find some way to make his outdoor interests his profession. In 1975, he made the leap by selling his Winkelman Building Corporation shares to chase his dream.
The rest, as they say, is history.
Babe takes great pride in teaching America to hunt and fish, and has done so since the 1980s. In addition to entertaining and educating his loyal fans every week on numerous cable/satellite and broadcast stations (including Versus and FSN), Babe has appeared on national talk shows and within the pages of People magazine, The Saturday Evening Post and other leading publications. He continues to write nationally-syndicated fishing, hunting and conservation columns read by millions.
According to hunter, angler and family man Babe Winkelman, “I’ve been blessed to make the outdoors my life for over 30 years. God willing, I’ll continue for many more.”
For the Winkelman family, preparing the wild harvest is a way of extending the hunting and fishing seasons. “This isn’t about gourmet cooking,” she says, “it’s about gourmet meals that anyone can make. My hope is that sportsmen and sportswomen across the country will enjoy these recipes as much as Babe and I have. It’s all about celebrating the outdoor experience.”