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Underwater Walleye Trolling Bites, Strikes & Follows 2019

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OK this is it! My favourite underwater video that I have ever made. Super clear shots of big schools of walleye, nice strikes and structure. Ever wonder what it looks like when the walleyes bite your crankbait. This is the video for you. It shows how walleyes react to slow trolling and fast trolling. We were trolling for walleyes using a 30 ft Tail dancer from Rapala and reef runner crankbaits. This was all shot at Elk Island Lodge on Gods Lake, Manitoba, Canada. Thank you for watching !! Make sure you subscribe and stay tuned for more Underwater strike videos of Northern Pike and walleye. Camera Used: Water Wolf HD v1.1

 

 

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On 11/19/2019 at 3:14 PM, leech~~ said:

Again, it's amazing how many lookers there are that you would never know without a cam down there!  

 

 I’ve always been curious as to how many lake trout follow my lure but never bite

 

 Maybe I’ll have to get this kind of camera  in order to satisfy my curiosity 

 

 How do you set that up for trolling? Especially for faster crank bait trolling?

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