Friday, Feb. 24th 6:00pm | Room D: Power Corking for Summer Walleyes
An In-depth look how to efficiently and effectively target summer walleyes using both electronics and bobbers in unison to put more big walleyes in the boat. Main points: What exactly Power Corking is, how to adjust your electronics to properly identify and locate fish, where and how to utilize this technique, proper equipment/ how to properly rig up the technique.
Saturday, Feb. 25 1:30pm | Room C: Casting Your Way to Success During the Spring Walleye Run
A in-depth class on everything you need to know to put more fish in the boat during the spring walleye spawn on both the great lakes and the connecting tributaries during the 3 major phases of the run. Some main points covered – Pre, Mid and Post spawn locations, in-depth look at tactics and gear needed, along with how to break down a map and a body of water to find new perspective spots.
Over the last 10 years, Max averages 20-25 tournaments a season which equals out to 250-300 day on the water a year. He competes in the NWT, AIM, H2H and MWC series allowing him to have 5 Major Wins, 52 top 10 finishes, 2 All-American finishes, 2018 National Walleye Tour Champion, 2018 & 2019 MWC Team of the Year, and the Team Captain of the USA National Predator Team.Back to Seminar Schedule