Explaining Fall Turnover and Catching Sakakawea Walleyes - with Ethan Upgren

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Oct 13, 2022 at 8:12 AM
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If you fish deeper lakes (30+ feet) for walleyes in the fall, whether you know it or not, you've been affected by lake turnover. As we got on Lake Sakakawea, we found ourselves in a shortly pre-turnover, maybe active turnover situation. We explain a little of the science of turnover and lake stratification, how it affects fishing, and our approach to bringing a few fish topside.

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Video Outline:
0:00 Intro
2:17 Begin fishing
4:09 First bite
6:05 First over 20 walleye
7:08 Explaining fall lake turnover
10:26 Predictions for the day
11:22 Back to walleye action
14:42 Ethan talks me through a creek chub bite
15:50 First tank walleye
18:48 Creek chub demo by Ethan
19:50 First jigging rap fish
21:16 Jigging rap approach and combining presentations
22:44 Moving spots
23:45 Biggest bite of the day
24:50 White bass flurry (plus catfish and sauger)
27:06 Closing thoughts
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