Author Topic: Underwater Walleye Education on the Jaw Jacker  (Read 1247 times)

Offline Brandon

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Underwater Walleye Education on the Jaw Jacker
« on: Mar 29, 2015, 07:37 PM »

Underwater Walleye Behavior while ice fishing using a Jaw Jacker. To get this video I just sent a GoPro down to watch what would go on while I had a Jaw Jacker set up. This was a super slow day. So much so we didn't think there were many fish around. That was until I reviewed the footage later and saw many fish swim by without even giving notice to the bait. Then there were those that would just come in for a look and others that would just nudge the bait. Finally did get one to inhale the bait on the Jaw Jacker cam. Learned a very important lesson that on these slow neutral days a minnow on the bottom was more likely to attract a bite. So the next trip my uncle headed out with a jig and minnow, then a few inches of line and a single hook below. Attach a minnow to both and send down. Let the bottom minnow lay on the bottom. The next time he went out the fish were in a similar mood, but the jaw jacker caught 90% of the fish and all of them were on that bottom minnow laying on the bottom. So this really is a highly effective method of Jaw Jacker fishing for walleye especially on those tough days. Give it a try!

Offline thndrvlly

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Re: Underwater Walleye Education on the Jaw Jacker
« Reply #1 on: Mar 30, 2015, 12:56 PM »
really cool video!!! thanks for sharing it, always interested on how fish react to baits, I def. learned some things from the video. I will try that minnow on the bottom an see what happens. thanks again

Offline ak Laker hunter

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Re: Underwater Walleye Education on the Jaw Jacker
« Reply #2 on: Mar 30, 2015, 04:52 PM »
Thanks very take out all the guessing.


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