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favorite spring method

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I always start off the spring Walleye opener with a Foam Walker-3/4oz slip sinker, plastic bead, snap swivel, 4 feet of flouro leader tied to a plain red hook with a piece of ice buster bobber foam (almost 1/4" piece) pierced through the hook for floatation and a nice Leech. This my friends is a killer rig!

I've caught countless Walleyes with the Foam Walker. IT has more features and options than any other lindy rig on the market.

I just got my boat and tackle box ready, and the rods will be next on the list. I can't wait for opener!!!!!!

Bruce Mosher

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Thanks Bruce for the tip. I will definitely try that out this year. I have never heard of doing anything like that before.

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I really have caught some nice fish on the foam-walker too Bruce. Very versatile piece of tackle.

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I love fishing plastics for early spring panfish, river walleyes, and walleyes on the opener!

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