Coldwater Walleye Tactics

with James Lindner & Jeff Simpson

Coldwater Walleye Tactics Video: James Lindner and Jeff Simpson spend the day using MegaLive to help find and catch shallow water walleyes in the fall. This time of year is great for walleye fishing, and Leech Lake in north-central Minnesota is a fantastic fishery.

Using a jig and minnow during spring and fall is a top producing tactic for walleye anglers everywhere.

Humminbird’s MEGA Live Imaging is a new sonar technology that delivers the clarity and detail of MEGA Imaging in live-action, allowing anglers to see fish and structure in real-time, even watching fish on-screen as they move in to bite an angler’s lure. Start seeing fish in real-time, in no time.

Upgrading to MEGA Live Imaging is simple. Connect the included Ethernet and power cable and attach the three-position MEGA Live transducer to your trolling motor and you’re ready to fish. Adjust between the three viewing modes with a twist of the transducer. Thanks to MEGA Imaging detail throughout the entire view, you’ll always have a clear view from edge to edge, no matter what view you select.

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