Home   |  Message Board   |  Information   |  Classifieds   |  Features   |  Video  |  Boat Reviews  |  Boat DIY
     

Warning: mysql_connect() [function.mysql-connect]: Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (2) in /usr/sites/walleyecentral.com/www/htdocs/pros/main.php on line 77

Mike Peluso


Website: www.walleyewizards.com

Home Waters: Missouri River & Lake Sakakawea

Circuits Fished: PWT, RCL, PMTT

Accomplishments: Played right wing for the NHL's Chicago Blackhawks 2001-2002; 2000, 2001, 2002 AHL All-Star Team;  has over fifteen top-ten finishes in professional walleye events. Plays right wing for the Philadelphia Flyers and Phantoms, 1998, 1999, 2001 KFYR Classic winner; 

Favorite Fishing Technique: Jigs and Lindy rigs

Promotions: Articles through Dakota Country Magazine and Western Walleye Magazine; owns and operates www.walleyewizards.com; over fifteen seminars; and over 100 Peluso's Pointers shows on the KX12 networks in North Dakota; operates Mike Peluso's Fill the Net guide service on Lake Sakakawea and Missouri River System

Currents Sponsors: Ranger Boats, Mercury Outboards, Cabela's, Coke, Lindy, Pony Express Conoco, Off-Shore Tackle, TTI Companies, Lowrance Electronics.

Mike's Tips
Mike's Latest Articles
Sakakawea Walleyes
My tournament partner and I continued this pattern and cashed in on some big Lake Sakakawea walleyes.
Trolling Hitting, Checking and Boarding
Keeping a close eye on detail and with a pattern of hitting and checking out baits on the boards we were able to cash in on some big walleyes.
General Special To ESPN.com
"I would have to consider myself a hockey player who fishes," said Peluso, who was born and reared along the Missouri River in Bismarck, N.D.
Jigging Jig Size, Is Smaller Always Better?
When I first started fishing, a small jig was 1/4oz and an average size was 3/8oz. I can recall having tackle boxes with nothing else in them.
Live Bait Rigging Split Shot
Try this method next time on the water and see what you think. It may pull you out of a jam and turn some of the worst days on the water into one of the best! 
More Articles by Mike about:
Sponsors
Coke
Pony Express Conoco
TTI Companies  

Navionics on i-Pod
Shut Up and Fish


1995 - 2014 Walleye Central
Privacy Policy
Boat for Sale