Why do bass often strike a lure right after being released and not remember it? Because a bass has two memory centers one for each eye.    

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May 14, 2012 | Categories: Fun Stuff

Northwoods Walleye By Mike Mladenik

In Northwoods Walleye, I follow the seasonal patterns for catching walleyes in lakes, reservoirs and natural lakes. The angler will learn the prime time to fish a specific type of water and choose the best presentation to catch those often finicky walleyes. A guide soon learns to keep things as simple as possible so the client can have an enjoyable day on the water. Many anglers make fishing too complicated and end up catching less fish. Successful walleye fishing is neither complicated nor mysterious. If you fish walleyes anywhere in North America, this book will help you put more fish in the boat. These tactics have worked for me for four decades and they should work for you.