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I will be going to Petenwell lake in wi, in two weeks, we want to try some trolling for walleye. this are first time trying , an

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  • big10hunter
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    I second the Hot'n Tot, also I have lots of luck trolling with beetle-spin jig heads with twister tails and roadrunners (red) with Gulp Minnows.

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  • DakotaMan
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    If I had to troll only one, it would be a Flicker Shad.

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  • thehunter98.6
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    I use a small spoon. Get a lot of different color spoons because one day they will hit one color and not the other, and the next day the will hit the other color but not the one color that was producing the other day.

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  • tleichty1989
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    I have produced a lot of walleye off of a bottom bouncer and a worm harness. Get a worm harness with 2 or three hooks and a colorado blade. Usually I get the neon green or neon orange. Attach that to your bottom bouncer weight. The weight takes that night crawler setup down into there strike zone. Works great and you know right when you get a hit. Good Luck!

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  • jhjimbo
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    Hot-n-Tot, in Lake Erie they hit them so hard they knock the paint off.
    If you drift and cast, try a Erie Derie with a worm.

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  • Boiler02
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    I have a lot of success with storm hot-n-tots for Walleye. We also troll jigs tipped with minnows and do well with those (very well in the last two years)

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  • 1Browning2
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    Berkley flicker shads or Rapala shad raps.

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  • habben97
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    crankbaits, like the rapala husky jerk, minnow rap, and shad rap would work well.

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  • I will be going to Petenwell lake in wi, in two weeks, we want to try some trolling for walleye. this are first time trying , an

    I will be going to Petenwell lake in wi, in two weeks, we want to try some trolling for walleye. this are first time trying , and was wonder if any of you had any tips on what baits work the best.

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