One of the joys of fishing is the ever-present opportunity to try something different. Even the most experienced anglers can seek out a new challenge, whether it’s pursing an unfamiliar species, fishing uncharted waters or experimenting with untried methods.
If you’re lucky, you can even check all three of those boxes on one trip — just like I did this fall, when local walleye expert Andy Fiolka invited me out on his boat. I have caught walleye before, but only on the Great Lakes in my native Michigan. There, the walleye is a signature species, prized by anglers for its size and white, flaky meat. Here in Idaho, it’s a different story.
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