Ted Takasaki is known for competitive, professional fishing. He has won numerous tournaments and in 2002 he even set the PWT tournament record with a limit of five walleyes that weighed 53.2 pounds. He is considered one of America’s leading walleye experts and has given many seminars across the Midwest on the topic. Now he is a Lindy prostaffer that has been inducted into the National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame as a Legendary Angler.
In the following video, Takasaki explains where to best pitch your jigs in the springtime when the water is still cold. Also find out which jigs are best to use during this time and on rocky terrain.
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