Not all fishing nets are created equal. Speaker2: We're going to go out on the Bay of Green Bay. We're going to jig for these walleyes and there's two ways you can really do this. One is the more traditional way, which is just a snap jigging. So you're going to make a long cast. Make sure before I start that I've made contact with bottom. So the traditional way of snap reel up the slack and then let it hit again. The other way is I just turn the handle and I'm accomplishing the same thing. Speaker1: Those words from Fishing Hall of Fame angler Dale Stroschein, who also offers advice and is amazed by anglers that pay huge sums of money for a boat and motor and then go the cheap route on two essentials. He says. A rain suit and a landing net. So if you fish often you're going to be in some adverse weather obviously, and a superior rain suit is mandatory. Likewise, a quality landing net comes in handy at the moment of truth. You should not skimp on either. A lot of fish are lost right at the boat when anglers stab at the fish, the bag becomes caught on something in the boat, or the bag extends out in front of the net and hooks the lure in the fish's mouth. Getting back to Dale, listen to his excitement as he catches a huge walleye. Oh. Oh, look at that, Wally. Speaker3: Look at that, Wally. Look at that one. That's £11. £12. Speaker2: Oh, that's a nice.