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Glenn Walker

Glenn Walker

Home: Shakopee, MN

Favorite Bodies of Water:
Pools 9 and 10 Mississippi River, Lake Minnetonka
Fishing Strengths:
Flipping, topwaters and Carolina-rigging
Fishing Weakness:

Glenn began fishing at the young age of two and spent his summers fishing the Mississippi River. In 2001, Glenn fished his first tournament and from that point on he has been fishing tournaments. Some of Glenn’s accomplishments include; back-to-back BFL Big Bass Awards in 2008, back-to-back tournament wins on his home water in 2009 and a 5th place finish in the MN Silverado Pro-Am TOC.
Even though Glenn has moved to Minnesota, he still remains active in tournaments on the Mississippi River, in addition to fishing tournaments across the state of Minnesota. Besides fishing, Glenn takes pride in helping pass his knowledge and passion of fishing on to others through his articles, videos and seminars. To learn more about Glenn, his promotional efforts and upcoming tournaments visit, fishglenn.com.
Glenn graduated from UW-Stout in 2008 with a degree in Service Management and a minor in Speech Communication. The other passion in Glenn’s life is hockey, which he played at UW-Stout for five seasons and is now involved in coaching. Glenn resides in Shakopee, MN and works in marketing, advertising and public relations in the outdoor industry.

Areas of Expertise: Bass Fishing, Bass Tournaments

Sponsors: Humminbird, Jeff Belzer Chevy, Minn Kota, Onyx, Plano, RC Tackle, Seguar, Snag Proof, The Rod Glove, Trokar, Wright & McGill

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Check out Glenn Walker's thoughts how he sets up his Texas rig.

How to Use a Texas Rig

When one lure can be used for fishing shallow-water cover and deep-water structure, there is no mystery why it’s rigged up by most bass anglers on each and every fishing trip they go on. I’m talking about the Texas rig. Being that this rig is…

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Dissecting Your Hook Needs

No matter how many soft plastic baits are out on the market or in your tackle box, they are worthless without a good hook. The hook itself has developed and evolved over the years and the high performance hooks anglers are using now could’ve been…

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Being Fully Charged and Ready to Fish

We’ve all been there at some point on a fishing trip: you are just absolutely hammering the fish and you start to lose power to your trolling motor or worse yet, your starting battery. Something as simple as not having your boat batteries fully charged…

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Glenn Walker Tackle Bag Tips

Video: Tackle Bag Storage Tips

Looking to organize your gear for a day on the water in someone else’s boat or from shore? Then take a look at the new Plano Guide Series 3700 storage bag.

Getting Your Tackle Ready for the New Season

Getting Your Tackle Ready for the New Season

With spring right around the corner for many anglers, cabin fever has set in for many of us. Some anglers have had the opportunity to already wet a line if their lakes don’t freeze over, but for many anglers like me, our favorite bodies of…

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