If you are serious about your walleye fishing, by participating in a tournament or two, you will be doing the best thing possible to help yourself evolve into a better fisherman. There simply is not a better way in which to force yourself into actually putting your full attention on the task at hand: catching fish, and more importantly, big fish.
Dennis Foster / About Author
Foster arrived on the scene as a touring pro on the Professional Walleye Tour in 2002 and has never looked back. Through EyeTime Adventures he promotes the sport of fishing being heavily involved in the development of tournaments such as the Northern Oahe Walleye Series as well as children’s events, when schedules allow, he also guides a select group of clients. Additionally, he operates a successful hunting guide service, Dakota Pheasant Guide, which specializes in deer and pheasant hunts in South Dakota. Foster is well known for his prolific writing and has been extensively published on a national level as well as in every outdoor publication in the Upper Midwest.
Fishing Tournaments Can Improve Skills | Aberdeen American News
If you are a serious about walleye fishing, participating in a tournament or two might help you evolve into a better angler. There simply is not a better way to force yourself into focusing on the task at hand and catching big fish.
03 Jun 2014